Die hard brewers can never get enough of insider information. There are heaps of books you can get through Amazon or Kalahari that cover almost all topics from home brewing, history of beer and brewing styles
You would be hard pressed to find something that wasn’t in your budget
Home brewing beer kits
Home brewing is definitely on the increase, and while there may not be the range you would find overseas, you could still find something for the local enthusiast. Perfect gift to give yourself, pat on the back for surviving the year.
We suggest www.thebeerkeg.co.za. You can find further information online as well as all the other products that they have.
Buy Beer online
The best way to sample the rang of local and international crafted beers, with minimal effort (i.e. sit the beer down so that you can use both hands to type in your online order)
Their international range cover German, British, American and African beers.
These chaps offer a great range of beers. You can buy one brand or mix and match. Another gift upgrade option is to join their beer of the month club
You can also redeem with Yuppiechef vouchers – score!
Voucher to the World of Beer
Don’t underestimate just how much fun a trip to the SAB World of Beer can be. This interactive tour starts with the history of beer and takes you through brewing techniques throughout the world. You also get a chance to sample beers through it various brewing stages.
Definitely worth a visit especially over the holidays
Tour prices (2013)
Adults R65.00 | Pensioners R55.00 | Students (with valid student card) R55.00 | Children (up to 17 years) R15.00