Eat, drink and be merry - store with a difference

The Boundary Convenience Store team.
The Boundary Convenience Store team. Karleen Murray

DID you know Boundary Convenience Store is one of the largest suppliers of home brew supplies and kits in the Grafton area?

It not only sells amazing fresh sandwiches and wraps, milk shakes, cakes, burgers, groceries, Byron Bay Coffee and organic goats milk soaps.

If you are a beginner to the home brewing experience they have a brilliant Mangrove Jack's Starter Brewery Kit with everything you need included in the kit to get you started.

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The kit also comes with detailed instructions to make sure your first brew is a success and we are throwing in 2 PET bottles as an added bonus.

The starter kit makes 23 litres of Traditional Series Beer and comes complete with all 30 litre barrel, lid, tap, stick-on digital thermometer, bubbler airlock and grommet, hydrometer, 39cm brewer's spoon, copper tun cleaner/detergent, copper tun no rinse steriliser, brew bottler, sediment reducer and 1 standard brush.

Also included is Mangrove Jack's Traditional Series Pouch, brew enhancer, Copper tun beer finings 5g sachet and copper tun carbonation drops x 60.

For only $95 for the complete kit this is excellent value.

If you are a seasoned brewer then they have everything you are ever going to need to keep the fridge stocked with a variety of beer.

For those of you who enjoy drinking cider, they have an array of apple and fruit combination ciders for brewing at home as well.

So head in and have a chat with Alison and the staff.

Relax and enjoy the new undercover eating area while you have a bite to eat. They also have an easy access ramp for prams and wheel chairs.



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