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Moonshine Drinks

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Published May 20th 2014
Just Add Water

Moonshine Drinks Pty Ltd is an Australian owned business, which is dedicated to bringing high quality easily made beers, ciders, and eventually wines, to Australian homes.

Their no-fuss approach to home-brewing sees simple everyday water, turned into delicious, quality ales.

The celebrated Moonshine system, which was the recipient of the Food and Drink iNet 2012 Innovation Award, was developed over two years at Nottingham Trent University and Nottingham University.

It consists of just a unique patented bag and a sachet of 'Moondust' - all the ingredients you need to create a genuine glass of craft beer or ale. All you need to do is pour in 13 litres of tap water;

Add the contents of the enclosed sachet of 'Moondust' and leave for two weeks;

The result is 14 litres or craft beer or ale!

This innovative product is Vegetarian Society approved and is conditioned naturally. There's no assembly or sterilisation and it takes around 10 minutes to prepare.

There are currently three products to choose from:

Cheesemakers' Golden Ale: A pale, summery golden beer with a hint of citrus.

Dark Adder Dark Ale: A dark, full bodied ale with a strong malty and liquorice taste.

Four Candles Bitter: A mid tasting British Ale. Not too light, not too dark, not too sweet and not too bitter.

In the near future the product range will extend to wine and cider varieties.

All Moonshine Drinks systems are priced $55 and can be purchased directly from their online shop: click here to find out more. Free shipping is available as well.*

For more information on Moonshine Drinks, visit the official website or 'like' the Facebook profile.

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Cost: $55 including postage
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