21st Century winemaking in the home is about quality and choice. The end product is still great value, but the focus is on making excellent drinks. The hobby has changed over the decades and with it the quality and choice of kits available has improved. Beaverdale have come up with a extensive range of kits for you to produce excellent wine at home.
 Our aim is to produce kits that offer a choice for our customers.                                              

Our finest kits, have only the finest ingredients and require no sugar for brewing. We have increased our leading, premium, wine kit range, 
Beaverdale 5 gallon to 21 wine styles. The range includes Chenin Blanc and Shiraz/caberneto (both added in 2010) to add to Pinot Grigio that was launched in 2009 . We are also launching our new ultra premium kits, remember whether you're in St Ives or Austell we can deliver next day.

To those who are new to wine making, we recommend you look into our 
beavewrdale wine kits, this includes a beaverdale1 gallon kit (no sugar required) and all the necessary equipment. There are 17 wine styles in the range with a great choice of the most popular varieties from Chardonnay to Merlot. You will produce 6 bottles of excellent wine with this and you can refill the product with beaverdalewines kits or progress onto our 30 bottle version. 

If you are looking for a great value wine kit, we have to recommend our beaverdale (no sugar required during brewing). You get 3kg of 100% grape concentrate, near to the price of some leading wine kits that require sugar during brewing. The range includes everything from Cabernet Sauvignon to Muscadet. If you are a rose, then beaverdale chablis blush rose produces  an excellent rose, at great value.An we deliver every day, we have customers already all over the UK. From Lincoln to Warrington.  

Beaverdale 5 gallon (30 bottle) wine kits and 
Beaverdale 1 gallon 6 bottle kits  offer the wine maker and  real great value products, without compromising quality.

All of the above products are available from your local specialist 'home brew shop.' Beaverdale wine kits sell directly to the public. We can supply details of local retailers in your area if you e-mail us at retailers can offer a extensive choice of kits, ingredients, equipment and free advice.


Chateau de Roi - A review

he brand I like best is Beaverdale, they do a range so you can pick the wine you like. I've really enjoyed the Shiraz kit, infact tonight I opened one that was 3 years old and it was simply delicious. I'm not talking a £5 bottle quality either, this would have worth £15 no problems.

But they do more, last year I made a Vieux Chateau Du Pape, this is said to be a Chateau Neuf Du Pape clone. I opened a bottle about a week ago, it was just a year old, but it didn't disappoint. So I bought another one, just a gallon (my usual quantity). It weighs in at some like £13 for the kit, but you get 6 bottles that are worth every penny of that price ... each.
Just so you know what to look out for.

The beauty of these kits is that you just add water. Really. The juice is complete and it's the real deal, specially selected grapes and everything else you need to get the style of wine on the label. Yeast, oak chips etc. So you follow the clear instructions and you get cracking wine. I recommend that you try one, even if you're on a budget. Treat yourself, one single gallon kit per year. You won't regret it. Of course if you're already buying your favourite brand quality kit then you'll know what i mean, and you probably won't want to take a chance on another. Nothing wrong with that ... if it ain't broke, don't fix it.

Beaverdale Sauvignon Blanc A Review


I made this in November for Xmas but we drank th elot and had to go back to for some more!

It's just like a commercial sav blanc, clean crisp and grapey. A good commercial one cots about 7.00. Beaverdale is abouit 1.50! A bargain and we love bargains!

Its got that lovely grape taste that we like in sav blanc and doesn't have that horrid aftertaste that you get in th  cheap ones! We love it and drink nothing else

Ww can get it ready todrink in two weeks, but it does get better after a couple of weeks. We left some for a year but it didn't seem any better than when it was three month old. In fact not as fruity and fresh, We'd say drink it young. Two weeks is too soon though! You can drink it but it's not as good!

Baz and Sheila --Dorking