>I am based in the UK, could you tell me the home brew shop you got your
>'brewery' from ?
>Many thanks and good luck with your next brew!!
Leyland Home Brew - their web site is:-
They are very knowledgeable and helpful. Give them a ring, tell them
you want a complete brewery and they will see you right - mine cost
around £110 three years ago. The boiler is plastic and looks a bit
flimsy but is still going strong after well over 30 brews.
I have also used "Hop & Grape" for ingredients - web site
This shop is also very knowledgeable and reliable. Just after I
started all grain brewing, I went on a 2 day Brewlab homebrew course
at Sunderland University (I can recommend this course) and Hop & Grape
was recommended by the course tutors. H&G also do complete breweries;
which is apparently what we used on the homebrew course. The
equipment seemed very similar to my LHB brewery so presumably is just
As I said, the shelving system is from IKEA (of all places) and was
specifically recommended by LHB because of its strength. The shelf
has to hold quite a weight and are held on by very long screws. There
are similar shelving systems on sale (eg B&Q), but be careful. The
screws are often too short, meaning the shelf will NOT safely support
the weight of a full boiler.