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That Blonde Easy Brew Kit

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Collection date: TBC
Fermentor drop off date: TBC
Order deadline: TBC

Please note we will only brew if we meet our minimum order requirements and will delay by a week if we are short with the option of a refund.

That Brewing Co is bringing you the opportunity to easily brew their famous 4% That Blonde Ale from your home! This is a light, gold, crisp & refreshing ale made for session drinking.

How it works:

  • Head brewer Paul will brew a large batch of wort at the brewery and then split it into 20lt portions per fermentor. Wort contains 0% alcohol but is very high in sugars. You’ll then collect your fermentor with some yeast to take home with you.
  • When you get home you’ll add the yeast to the wort which will convert the sugars to alcohol – basically transforming the wort into beer in a week.
  • You’ll then prime and bottle your beer and approximately 5 days later you’ll have about 18 liters of light, gold, crisp & refreshing session beer ready for drinking.

Not only will you find the step-by-step instructions below but you’ll also be included on a WhatsApp group where Paul will send videos to guide you through each stage.

Important Info


  • No courier service is available for this product. It is important to secure the fermentor and drive carefully while in transit.
  • If you supply your own fermentor you’ll need to deliver it to your selected destination by 4.30pm the day before we brew.
  • Collection from your preferred destination is available between 3.30-5.30pm on the day we brew.

What’s included:

  • 20lt wort.

What’s required as extras:

  • A 26lt fermenting vessel. Click here to buy yours.
  • Yeast (US05 is advisable if you prefer to use your own)
  • Sanitiser.
  • Priming sugar.
  • Vessels to bottle approximately 18 liters of beer. They will need to seal properly and take a certain amount of pressure while the carbonation builds. We have some bottle options to buy here.
Priming Sugar
Dry Hops
This changes the original blonde recipe into a more hoppy beer for those that are looking for a bit of a change from That Blonde.
You will be notified of the collection time on a WhatsApp group during the day of the brew but generally 3pm in Durban & 4pm in Kloof
IMPORTANT: Please select what you need from the above options to make sure you order correctly.

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Instructions: Wort to Beer


What you have is freshly brewed wort (or pronounced wert) in a vessel ready to brew.  The sugary liquid is called wort until yeast is pitched (added) thereafter it becomes BEER. That Brewing Co. has brewed one of your favourite WORTS for you to ferment and package at home. Here’s how:

1.Find a dark cool home for your bucket to sit for the next week. Make sure no naughty hands are going to fiddle with your golden nectar as wort is very sensitive to contamination.

Now it’s time to make the magic happen!

2. Pitching the yeast.  By now we are all experts at cleaning and sanitizing our hands. Get your hands ready, make sure there is no air movement around your fermenter, crack the lid open and pour all the yeast in. (Note that the yeast has a double seal when opening it).

3. Close the lid but don’t force it too tightly.  When the yeast starts to ferment, carbon dioxide is released and we want that to slowly discharge.  Normally there is an air lock on the bucket but because every second person in SA is a home brewer there are none left…

For extra precaution you can wrap some cling wrap around the lid of the bucket.

4. Let the yeast do its work for a week. You might see a head form on the beer, that is the yeast.

5.  Sanitize your bottles. Make a mixture of 3ml/L of non-rinse sanitizer. Prepare 2L. Fill one bottle, let rest for 5 minutes and then transfer to the next. Your bottles are ready to fill with beer. Keep the sanitizer for your stirring spoon.

6. Bulk priming – Prep the priming sugar!  Boil up the priming sugar in 300ml of water for 10 minutes.  Let cool to around 20 degrees Celsius.  It is best to do this in a pot with a lid. To speed up the cooling process, the pot can be placed in an ice bath.

Once cooled, open your fermenter (just enough to pour the sugar water in) mix in gently with a sanitized ladle/spoon (use a stainless steel item as they are best for cleaning and sanitizing). Let it rest for 5 minutes.

7. Filling the bottles.  After the 5 minutes start filling the bottles.  Pour the beer in at an angle to reduce splashing and foaming.  Fill with approximately 2cm space before the opening of the bottle. Seal the bottle and store in a similar space to where your beer fermented (generally a garage or unused bath or shower). This process is what creates the fizz in the beer, referred to as bulk priming, by doing a small fermentation and creating CO2 in a sealed bottle.  If you have heard about bottles exploding this is the step where it starts happening. If beers are over primed or has a contaminant causing excess CO2, they could pop.  As a precaution cover them with a blanket.

8. After bottle conditioning for 5 days, cool and drink!! 

Additional information


I'll supply my own fermentor


I'll supply my own yeast, Liquid Yeast R40


I'll supply my own sanitiser, Once off sanitiser kit R20


1kg Priming sugar R65, I'll supply my own priming sugar, Once off priming sugar R10


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