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Thanks to home brew starter kits, making your own beer at home has never been easier. I highly recommend starting out with one of these kits before jumping into home big time home brewing. Home brew starter kits are fairly inexpensive. So, if you decide that you don’t enjoy brewing as much as you thought you would, it won’t hurt your wallet. However, if you decide you do like brewing your own beer, you can always upgrade your equipment as you learn more about brewing. You really can’t go wrong with home brew starter kits.

There are many home brew starter kits available to help you make your own batch of home brew. Some of them are very basic. Others offer a few upgraded options. Most of them, however, go by the same easy to follow process. Most home brew starter kids are available in variety of styles including pilsner, lager, stout, pale ale, wheat, and IPA, to name a few. Some of the more popular, super easy to use home brew starter kits are Mr. Beer and Coopers. An internet search for home brew kits will also provide you with numerous other manufacturers of home brew kits, supplies, and ingredients. These kits are slightly more advanced and will add a few steps to the process, such as boiling the brew over the stove before fermenting.

Most home brew starter kits include everything you need to brew a tasty batch of homemade beer: beer concentrate, yeast, sugar, carbonation drops, fermenter, hydrometer, measuring flask, plastic tubing, bottling valve, thermometer, bottles, caps, and an instruction book or dvd. Each batch is anywhere from two to six gallons depending on the kit manufacturer.

The steps to brewing beer with a home brew kit are very basic. First, you mix the beer concentrate, sugar and water. Next you add the yeast and ferment for approximately four to six days. Lastly, you bottle the brewed beer, add carbonation, and cap. Store it in a cool, dark place for two weeks and your home brew will be ready to drink. I told you it was easy!

If you are interested in seeing a demonstration of just how easy it is to brew beer with home brew starter kits, there are many kit brewing videos available online. I encourage you to give home brewing a try. In little or no time, you will be creating your own home brew recipes and wondering why you didn’t get into home brewing sooner.


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Thom  

Yes! Homebrewing rocks. I did a lot of homebrewing, in fact we have a homebrewing community here at work. We meet up twice a month to brew our own beers. Thank you for a nice reading. :)

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