Hey everyone - I'm just beginning to homebrew and I'm wondering where to start. Any online places that are reputable and cheap for supplies? What's the most basic beer recipe to start? Any help would be greatly appreciated.Cheers!Elana
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The most unbelievable deal ever: I do garage sales on Saturdays and generally enjoy getting good deals, however this has been one of my best. For $75 I procured... An entire double fermentation brewing system (with glass carboys), 4 books on brewing (incl
The wife and I bought this kit to brew an Irish Red about 4 years ago but never actually did it. I'll admitt we were a little intimidated to give it a try. A good friend of mine has been brewing for a couple months now and while we were down at their plac
My first dry hop & I notice that after 11/2 weeks I still have floaters on top. I used Cascade pellets and am wondering if they should settle, or do I go ahead and bottle , if so how will that effect my clarity? -md
I tried an all grain recipe in a new mash tun. I've been making partial mash for years with exceptional results. I feel good about the cleanliness, but wonder if it was the mash tun or something I did. Any thoughts out there?
Does anyone have any information [links?] on how a person could get started home brewing simply? By simply I mean "least equipment purchased". Its not that I don't have the money, I'm aware that it will not be a cheap hobby [if I want to make it a hobb