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Coopers DIY Beer Kit DBK676

Coopers DIY Beer Kit DBK676

1.5 from 2 reviews

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mic3130

mic3130Melbourne

Very Disappointed

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I bought a new kit from Aldi a few weeks ago. I use to brew years ago and I thought it might be time to get back into it. I have owned many kits in the past with out any problems at all. As im not a beer drinker (I usually drink Ciders, Hard Lemonade and Spirits) I always go by my own recipes. I spent 1 hour and a considerable amount of money on ingredients brewing a batch on the stove only to relise when it came to filling up the fermenter that it was only a 12 liter kit. No where on the box does it say it in 12 liters. I feel ripped off as i cant return the kit and I will never have use for a half size kit.


MetalGodz

MetalGodzHunter Region, NSW

  • 48 reviews

Not very good value for money

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Questions & Answers

sharon bridson

sharon bridsonasked

I entered competition with my code and it keeps telling me code has already been submitted this is wrong as i have code from diy brew kit so how can someone else have submitted my code? I am the holder not someone else thats cheated and stolen my code. Please help me with answer.

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MetalGodz
MetalGodz

Not sure how to best answer this, but this is one of the many pitfalls of purchasing from a chain store, (where most of these kits are sold). People open things, take them back, staff are unaware etc. I would take it back for a refund (provided you have the docket) if possible. Independent brew stores offer better value kits, with reasonable shipping prices.


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