Geri | Hard Ginger Beer | Recipe Kit | NEW! IMPROVED RECIPE!


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Everyone loves the zing and refreshment of an icy cold Ginger Beer on a hot summers day.  And what is not to love about Geri Hard Ginger Beer.  Her warm spicy glow that comes complete with crisp cold refreshment.  We thought it was about time we brought you an authentic Aussie Hard Ginger Beer brewed from the finest Buderim Ginger Beer compound. Toast your favourite Redhead when you raise a glass of Geri | Hard Ginger Beer!  Make mine a Ginger Geri Hard Ginger Beer tanks mate!

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Vital Stats:

  • Batch Size: 19 Litres
  • Boil Time: 0-5 mins
  • OG 1.035 FG 1.000
  • ABV 4.60%





  1. Bring 5L of clean potable water to boil.  Note: If you have a large single vessel brewery system or boiler / urn you can start with 20L of clean potable drinking or reverse osmosis water.
  2. Add 2 Kg DEXTROSE MONOHYDRATE | BREWING SUGAR and simmer for a few minutes.
  3. Gently stir with a clean sterile spoon and top up with clean fresh sterile drinking water.  If you have a sophisticated brew set up with cooling you can start the process with a full 20 litres of strike water (Step 1).
  4. Check temperature: should be between 20-25 °C (68-77 °F) and pitch the 25g sachet of Mangrove Jack's Hard Seltzer Yeast & Nutrient directly to approx. 20L fermentation volume, stir well and leave to ferment for 5-7 at between 20-25 °C (68-77 °F) for optimum results.   
  5. Check for two days of consistent low final gravity readings before proceeding to bottling or kegging.
  6. After 10 days, cool to near-freezing to drop out as much yeast you can. Transfer the clear finished beer into an empty corny keg and add the Buderim Ginger Beer Compound.
  7. Bottling: if you want to bottle your Hard Ginger Beer you can prime with 1/2 tsp sugar per small bottle and 1 tsp per tall bottle (quart / 750mL).  Leave for 1-2 weeks check carbonation then store cold preferably in the fridge.
  8. This ginger beer likes to be well carbonated — try 2.4-2.7 volumes of C02 — and will stay good for quite a while in a kegerator.

Let us know how you go with Geri | Hard Ginger Beer.  We are always open to your feedback and continually looking to improve the ease and likeability of our Recipe Kits.  Drop us a line anytime to and give the product a review after you brew happy and enjoy responsibly!  Toast your favourite Redhead when you raise a glass!

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