Can you boil water? Well, then you're ready to brew beer. The recipes below are an excellent start for any beginner and great practice for any adept extract brewer. All you need to brew these recipes is a stove, a five-gallon pot, and-for the recipes with steeping grains-a straining bag.
If there's a finer aroma than mashing in, we don't know what it is. The recipes below are all-grain and therefore require mashing equipment. Each recipe comes equipped with detailed notes on the brewing process and has been perfected through years of experimenting. Keep calm and toast every batch with a homebrew!
We’re here to answer your questions; so, if you’re curious about the best way to get started in the oldest—and coolest—hobby known to man, we’ve got some tips. If you’re trying to decide how to add raw fruit to your beer, we can tell you how. If you’ve discovered that your airlock has been launched across the room by a Vesuvius-like jet of foam, we can tell you why—and how to prevent it from happening again.
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