Brewcraft Mod 1.7.2
in development by The Red Gear Project
Brewcraft is a brewing overhaul for Minecraft. It does not replace vanilla mechanics, but rather adds in a new brewing system that accompanies the vanilla brewing stand. It produces liquid potions which can, in turn, be bottled for quick use.
A detailed list of all features in this mod can soon be found on the work in progress Brewcraft Wiki!
Brewcraft, by Project Red Gear Modding, is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 United States License. Modpacks are encouraged, feel free to do what you will so long as it does not violate terms of our license. Public packs are allowed, but I’d sure like to know about any publicly available packs before they are released, thank you! Our licence will be enforced, and we will be on the lookout for any infringement of any part of our license. This mod can also be viewed and eventually downloaded from the official page on CurseForge here.
Installation & Reporting Issues
A prerequisite to this mod is Minecraft Forge. This is required for the mod to run correctly. Aside from this, you’ll need our core class library, RedGear Core. Brewcraft must be inside the mods folder in your .minecraft directory.
If you find any bugs or issues with Brewcraft or RedGear Core, please do not hesitate to report them in full description by submitting an issue on either the Brewcraft GitHub repository or the RedGear Core GitHub repository. You can report any issue you have by directing to one of those page and clicking the ‘new issue’ button. Then, describe the issue and we’ll get on fixing it as soon as possible!
Download Brewcraft Mod 1.7.2/1.6.4