We’ve homebrewed quite a few batches of beer. Even though they were different styles, with different ingredients and flavor profiles, they all had one thing in common. We made a horrific mess. The type of mess that takes hours to clean up and/or makes you hide from your roommates or significant other. The “kit” was also nothing more than a bunch of plastic 5-gallon buckets we could have bought from Home Depot, a giant carboy like the one dad stored his pennies in, some crappy airlocks and basic ingredients. HopBox is different. Each of their four homebrewing kits is as stylish as it is well though out. A wooden box to hold and display all your tools. Glass fermentation bottles. Double-bubble airlocks. Thermometers. Funnels. Pint glasses. Instructions, brewer’s log and recipe book. Some of them even include 16oz cobalt blue bottles for your final product. HopBox is the homebrewing kit you’re going to want to leave on display even when you’re not using it.