More people than ever before are discovering the benefits of home brewing, with the Covid-19 pandemic having increased nationwide interest in learning more about beer brewing at home.
Home bars have been springing up all over the country and home brew supplies have been in great demand. Whether you’ve just started to brew your own beer, or are wondering where to start with how to brew your own beer in the comfort of your own home, one thing you’re going to need is beer gas.
Why Do I Need To Buy Beer Gas?
Brewing your own beer isn’t just a fun hobby, it’s also a great way to save money and to enjoy yourself at home. You can brew your own beer using just four key ingredients – water, hops, grain, and yeast – but there’s a fifth ingredient that you should add to your home brew that you may never have considered – beer gas!
When you add carbon dioxide gas to your beer, you get a refreshing fizz that makes a delicious choice for warm summer days. On the other hand, if you add a gas with a higher content of nitrogen, you can produce a beer with more smaller bubbles for a creamier and smoother mouthfeel.
You can choose from different kinds of beer gas to produce the perfect product for you and to enhance your drinking experience, so you never have to suffer from flat pints again!
Where Can I Buy Beer Gas?
Here at innergy, we’re proud to have partnered with Hobbybrew to supply high-quality beer gas to home brewers in need of a safe and food grade beer gas that meets all health and safety standards.
We supply three different types of beer gas to suit all your home brewing needs, and our rent-free cylinders are ideal for all craft brewers as well as those who dispense their own beer at home. We offer a refill and exchange service with available delivery or collection from any of our six depots.
You can choose from the following Hobbybrew cylinders:
- 60/40 beer gas – this is a balance and well-rounded product which is frequently used for beer brewing. It’s the preferred choice for several major lager breweries due to the balanced mouthfeel this gas blend produces. Perfect for pale ales, craft lagers, ambers, and ciders, this cylinder is 60% carbon dioxide, 30% nitrogen.
- 30/70 beer gas – this cylinder has a higher level of nitrogen for a tighter foam and smaller bubbles that produces a velvety mouthfeel and a cascading pour. It’s perfect for creamy and rich drinks like bitters, traditional beers and stouts.
- 100% carbon dioxide – this cylinder produces a highly carbonated product that has big bubbles, a metallic and tingly mouthfeel, and lively foam. It’s perfect for IPAs, carbonated lagers, American sours, and pilsners as well as soft drinks.
To find out more about choosing the best gas cylinder for your home brewing needs, or to get a quote, get in touch with us today.