Brooklyn Brew Shop and Stillwater Artisanal team up to help you make your own beer

If you want a do-it-yourself project this summer -- and you want it to be edible ... and alcoholic -- Brooklyn Brew Shop and Stillwater Artisanal partnered up to make your dreams come true.

Home brewing empire Brooklyn Brew Shop came together with Stillwater Artisanal to let fans make Stillwater's cult-favorite beer, Gose Gone Wild, for themselves.

Credit: Brooklyn Brew Shop

The $40 kit allows you to make the once-elusive craft beer at home. It has everything you need to brew your own beer from the comfort of your own kitchen -- and all the instructions are included, so there's no stress.

After a couple weeks, you'll end up with a refreshing beer that Brooklyn Brew describes as "like a dance party on Mars" -- sign us up.

You can buy the kit for yourself in retailers like Bed, Bath and Beyond and Williams Sonoma. If you don't have those near you, don't fret: you can also pick it up online.

Check out nostalgic beer advertisements

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Old, nostalgic beer advertisements
UNSPECIFIED - CIRCA 1930: The Whole Family Beer Advertisement. ca. 1941, An advertisement for Mathie Ruder Brewing Company. (Photo by LCDM Universal History Archive/Getty Images)
USA - 1949: A menu for Pabst Blue Ribbon reads 'Menu, Finest beer served...anywhere!' from 1949 in USA. (Photo by Jim Heimann Collection/Getty Images)
USA - 1940: A menu for Budweiser reads 'Drink Budweiser, America's Social Companion' from 1940 in USA. (Photo by Jim Heimann Collection/Getty Images)
(GERMANY OUT) Deutschland: Reklameschild für Bier von Wolfshöhe- 1920er Jahre (Photo by Zangl/ullstein bild via Getty Images)
Poster advertising Guinness, c1920. Illustration shows a rabbit standing holding a golf club, and the caption It's Guinness time - Guinness is good for your golf. (Photo by Sarah Fabian-Baddiel/Heritage Images/Getty Images)
''My beer is Rheingold, the dry beer!' says Pat Burrage, Miss Rheingold 1950.' Advertisement for Rheingold beer showing woman carrying skis.
'Pabst blue ribbon beer' 'Pabst blue ribbon beer' advertisement. Caption reads: 'So much more enjoyment when you say- Pabst'. (Photo by Culture Club/Getty Images)
UNITED STATES - CIRCA 1900: This rich brew promises a superior beer. This label acts as both a bottle label and an advertisement by promoting 'Drink.' The clown balancing a full beer glass on his finger as a goat breaks through a paper covered hoop adds to the whimsy of this colorful picture. (Photo by Buyenlarge/Getty Images)
A color lithographed Victorian era trade card, designed to promote the ale, beer, and porter produced at the Cherokee Brewery, St Louis, Missouri, circa 1885. (Photo by Transcendental Graphics/Getty Images)
Lithographed advertisement (by Hoen & Company, Baltimore) features an illustration of polar bears as the relax with mugs of beer, accompanied by the text 'Fresh and Cold, Lager Beer Direct from the North Pole,' 1877. (Photo by PhotoQuest/Getty Images)
George Ehret's Hell Gate Brewery, undated. Established 1866. Lithograph by Trautmann, Bailey & Blampey, N.Y. (Photo by The New York Historical Society/Getty Images)
Ind Coope & Co, Romford, Essex, c.1890. (Photo by History of Advertising Trust/Heritage Images/Getty Images)

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