Making Your Own Beer      At Home      Written By Marcel Victor.  MVK Publishing © MMXIII Canada
Table Of Contents Go Here        1. Making your own beer at home        2.Getting set up to make beer        3. The right ...
Making Your Own Beer At HomeMaking your own beer at homeIf you are someone that wants to try and make his or her own beer ...
You will see that there are many different ways to make beer. Theonly way to do it is to find the recipe that you like bes...
nor overly expensive. You can find or create the equipment fairlyeasily or get it discounted from others who have retired ...
home.The equipment you will need is pretty much only used for brewingbeer so you will need to think of storage. The pot fo...
That is where getting started with a home brewing kit is a good move.In that way, with one purchase, you can bring home th...
also keep in mind storage issues as you don’t want equipment solarge, its hard to keep it all handy for your next brew.fre...
That is where getting started with a home brewing kit is a good move.In that way, with one purchase, you can bring home th...
gives the wort a sufficient room to brew well. So make sure you readthe fine print that the pots and storage containers yo...
There are also deluxe beers making kits that are available too. Thesekits will have everything and more that you will need...
you might use to make muffins or barley soup. That is a good way toground the concept of malting to something very familia...
hot water. This stimulates and activates the enzymes and puts themto work again. Under the controlled conditions of the br...
shake. But when it comes to beer, just about anyone, even peoplewho are not involved in home brewing can list the ingredie...
germination and growth of the plant. But it is those enzymes that thebrewer is looking to capture.The entire objective of ...
The first brewing beer recipeMaking beer is something that anyone can do with a little time andeffort. Once a person finds...
the pot, let it come to a good boil. You can sue pre hopped or unhopped extract depending on the recipe that you are using...
control many of those factors, you can control the quality andambiance of the beer you make so it not only tastes great bu...
one way beer is measured for quality.Many of the NMPs are introduced during the initial creation of the wortwhich is phase...
Finding the best labels for your home brewedbeerMaking your own beer is a hobby that is growing fast around the world.If y...
Labels that you use on mailing letters that have a sticky back aregoing to be great for making those first batches of beer...
Recommended ResourcesCoopers DIY Beer Kit $117.95The Complete beer making kitDo-It-Yourself Beer KitEverything you need to...
Product DescriptionThe DIY Beer Kit Bundle includes everything needed to make 5 gallons of greattasting beer including: La...
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  1. 1. Making Your Own Beer At Home Written By Marcel Victor. MVK Publishing © MMXIII Canada
  2. 2. Table Of Contents Go Here 1. Making your own beer at home 2.Getting set up to make beer 3. The right home brewing kit for you 4. What is in a beer making kit 5. The malt of beer 6. The first brewing beer recipe 7.Making your beer crystal clear 8.Finding the best labels for your beerDisclaimer: The information in this report is not a guarantee ofyour success. Only you can determine the extent of yoursuccess or failure in any endeavor. The content provided isaccurate to the best of my knowledge, but it is yourresponsibility to do your due diligence.
  3. 3. Making Your Own Beer At HomeMaking your own beer at homeIf you are someone that wants to try and make his or her own beer athome, now you can. It is not as hard as some people make it sound.It is actually a lot of fun to create and make great tasting beer that youcan drink and be proud of. Many different brewing kits that you canbuy from the store that will help you with the process every step of theway.When you are going to brew your own beer at home, you are going toneed the following. You will have to have a malt extract, water, andbrewers yeast. The malt extracts can be liquid and they are usually inthe form of syrup. Dry extracts can be stored longer than the liquidform. You can find that there are many different extracts to choosefrom. You may find that it is easier to order these things online so thatyou can get your brewing started faster.One thing that people do not know is that making beer is using almostall water. It is best to use spring water even though some people getgood results with tap water as well. Yeast is another big part ofmaking beer. Yeast is what ferments the malts and the sugars into thealcohol. This is what will release the carbon dioxide.
  4. 4. You will see that there are many different ways to make beer. Theonly way to do it is to find the recipe that you like best. You will seethat there are certain ones that take longer than others and ones thatwill take no time at all. Figure out which one sounds better to you andthen you will have a better idea of the entire process of making greatbeer.It is important to be careful and sanitary. You need to make sure thatall the equipment that you use is sterile. This is very importantbecause you do not want to take any chances on the beer becomingtainted and someone getting sick from your invention.Making your own beer is a great way to explore the creativity that youcan do. It is something that you will only get better at over time and allof your pals and buddies will enjoy the fact that you can make themgood tasting beer. That is something that you can be proud of.Start Making Your Own Great Tasting Beer At Home TodayGetting Set Up to Make BeerThe hobby of brewing your own beer at home is growing steadily asmore people discover how much fun they can have making their beerat home and how great absolutely fresh beer can be. There may beno more gratifying moment for a home brewer than to serve your ownfresh beer to your guests iced down in your favorite beer mugs andhear the rave that your beer is as good as the store bought beer theylike best or maybe even better!Part of the reason for the huge popularity is that getting set up tomake beer and finding good supplies and equipment is neither difficult
  5. 5. nor overly expensive. You can find or create the equipment fairlyeasily or get it discounted from others who have retired from thebrewing business. And right now there is probably a home brewingstore in your town ready and able to provide you with the ingredientsas well as instruction books and recipes for all kinds of wonderfultasting beers you can make right at home. And with the explosion ofweb sites, ebooks and articles out there on the internet about homebrewing, all the help you could ask for is at your fingertips to help youget started.The reason different people get into home brewing vary. Some lovethe social aspect as you join a large local and international communityof brewers. Another reason is that it is just great fun to assemble theequipment, learn the recipes and take a stab at making your ownhome grown batch of tasty beer. Even if you "botch" a batch of beer,its all in the spirit of learning and it just drives you on to learn fromyour mistakes to make even better beer next time.A third great reason is you have so much more control over your beerwhen you brew it yourself. Because you are not dealing with a beerthat is mass produced and shipped from hundreds of miles away, youcan control the taste, the consistency and even the level of alcohol tomake your beer as strong or mild as you want it to be. And you canmake changes with each batch with virtually endless variations on therecipes that are available to the home brewing community.The supplies you will need to get started are easy to find and not veryexpensive either. Probably the best way to get a feel for what the bestequipment is and who are the suppliers to favor would come frombecoming a regular at home brewing clubs and gatherings andmaking some friends there. If you make it well known that you are a"new recruit" and need some mentoring in how to get set up, you willbe overwhelmed with offers for you to sit in on a brewing session ortwo to get a feel for the process. If you take advantage of their zeal tohelp you get started, you will be way ahead on the game when you goshopping for the stuff you need to get set up to make your own beer at
  6. 6. home.The equipment you will need is pretty much only used for brewingbeer so you will need to think of storage. The pot for boiling yourinitial wort and the equipment to handle the beer, filter it and ferment itare all made in sizes and at prices to encourage the home brewingmarkets. You can find them at retail prices at your home brewingretail outlet in town. You can use the internet and shop second handshops to get better prices. But many like to patronize the homebrewing store that helped them get their start just to make sure theystay in business to keep selling you great fresh ingredients.That same retail outlet will be a good source for the grains, yeasts andhops you need for the actual production of beer. Freshness is the keyso communicate with the management of the store to learn of just howThe Right Home Brewing Kit for YouThere is always an urge when you get started in a great new hobbylike home brewing to go out and buy the most expensive equipmentand supplies and dive in head first. That instinct may come fromwatching an "old pro" at home brewing working his or her ownelaborate set up to make some great beer. So naturally when youstart learning how to brew beer at home yourself, you want to strivefor the best which is to make beer as good as the old pros make. Butthe instinct to over commit should be resisted.The home brewing industry is a big one and it has gotten much moreable to support new recruits to this exciting hobby and passion to getyou just what you need when you need it. And if you go out andspend a fortune on equipment that is just not right for you starting out,not only can you get frustrated but if your love of home brewingdoesn’t "stick", you can end up feeling badly about such a hugeinvestment. So, as is true of a lot of hobbies, its best to start out slow,use some very basic "starter equipment" and get a few batches ofbeer under your belt and grow from there.
  7. 7. That is where getting started with a home brewing kit is a good move.In that way, with one purchase, you can bring home the basicequipment you need, the supplies for your first few batches of beerand, probably most importantly, some instructions on how to getstarted making beer. You can find a pretty wide variety of beer makingkits to choose from just to get started. And because the diversity ofthe types of starter kits that are out there, its good to know what youwant as you start shopping the web sites, catalogs or at the local beerbrewing retailer.As with everything else, you can find low priced options when you arebuying a beer brewing kit and other kits that have a lot moreaccessories and supplies to offer. The things to look for in the way ofequipment in your very first kit are sanitizers and bottles as well ascontainers for fermentation once the brewing process gets underway.Keep in mind that once the beer is in production, you will be moving itfrom container to container and you will have the opportunity to step inand remove unwanted residue from the last step. So various siphonsand strainers can really help you as the master brewer of this batch ofbeer to purify your brew as it moves from the boiling pot to thefermentation containers.So don’t just buy the first home brewing kit you see. Take some timeand evaluate what each one has to offer to determine if the moreexpensive ones come with a more in depth assortment of supplieswhich can keep you from having to run out and supplement the kitfairly early in your beer making career. Those kits might cost a bitmore but compared to buying each of those items one by one, it’susually a very good deal.In addition to the assortment of brewing tools and accessories, look atthe physical size of the equipment you get. The best size for anybatch of beer is a minimum of five gallons. Brewing in that quantitygives the wort a sufficient room to brew well. So make sure you readthe fine print that the pots and storage containers you are getting withyour kit will allow you to make batches that fit your expectations. But
  8. 8. also keep in mind storage issues as you don’t want equipment solarge, its hard to keep it all handy for your next brew.fresh those things are. As with the equipment, you can buy thesethings from the internet and that is fine. But get to know your supplierwhoever you use and make sure you are confident you are getting thehighest quality materials to make your home made beer. It will make abig difference.The Right Home Brewing Kit for YouThere is always an urge when you get started in a great new hobbylike home brewing to go out and buy the most expensive equipmentand supplies and dive in head first. That instinct may come fromwatching an "old pro" at home brewing working his or her ownelaborate set up to make some great beer. So naturally when youstart learning how to brew beer at home yourself, you want to strivefor the best which is to make beer as good as the old pros make. Butthe instinct to over commit should be resisted.The home brewing industry is a big one and it has gotten much moreable to support new recruits to this exciting hobby and passion to getyou just what you need when you need it. And if you go out andspend a fortune on equipment that is just not right for you starting out,not only can you get frustrated but if your love of home brewingdoesn’t "stick", you can end up feeling badly about such a hugeinvestment. So, as is true of a lot of hobbies, its best to start out slow,use some very basic "starter equipment" and get a few batches ofbeer under your belt and grow from there.
  9. 9. That is where getting started with a home brewing kit is a good move.In that way, with one purchase, you can bring home the basicequipment you need, the supplies for your first few batches of beerand, probably most importantly, some instructions on how to getstarted making beer. You can find a pretty wide variety of beer makingkits to choose from just to get started. And because the diversity ofthe types of starter kits that are out there, its good to know what youwant as you start shopping the web sites, catalogs or at the local beerbrewing retailer.As with everything else, you can find low priced options when you arebuying a beer brewing kit and other kits that have a lot moreaccessories and supplies to offer. The things to look for in the way ofequipment in your very first kit are sanitizers and bottles as well ascontainers for fermentation once the brewing process gets underway.Keep in mind that once the beer is in production, you will be moving itfrom container to container and you will have the opportunity to step inand remove unwanted residue from the last step. So various siphonsand strainers can really help you as the master brewer of this batch ofbeer to purify your brew as it moves from the boiling pot to thefermentation containers.So don’t just buy the first home brewing kit you see. Take some timeand evaluate what each one has to offer to determine if the moreexpensive ones come with a more in depth assortment of supplieswhich can keep you from having to run out and supplement the kitfairly early in your beer making career. Those kits might cost a bitmore but compared to buying each of those items one by one, it’susually a very good deal.In addition to the assortment of brewing tools and accessories, look atthe physical size of the equipment you get. The best size for anybatch of beer is a minimum of five gallons. Brewing in that quantity
  10. 10. gives the wort a sufficient room to brew well. So make sure you readthe fine print that the pots and storage containers you are getting withyour kit will allow you to make batches that fit your expectations. Butalso keep in mind storage issues as you don’t want equipment solarge, its hard to keep it all handy for your next brew.What is in a beer making kit?You can get all the things that you are going to need in a beer makingkit. If you are new or an experienced beer maker, you will find thatyou can create your own great tasting beer with a little knowledge anda great beer making kit. There is no other way of getting what youwant and finding a fun new hobby.Many simple beer kits are sold today. You can find many of the greatbrewing kits online or in the beer and liquor stores in your area. Thereare beer-making kits that will come with complete instructions to makeit easier on the beer maker. They will also have the ingredients andthe best beer recipe that will make any new beginner create the bestbeer that they can.There are many books and other reading material that you can buy togive you the information that is necessary to get down to business.You can get all the facts that will get you ready for making the besttasting beer that you can. These books can guide you through theprocess and all the different kinds of recipes that you can try for yourtaste buds.
  11. 11. There are also deluxe beers making kits that are available too. Thesekits will have everything and more that you will need to get your beermaking going. They will have the ingredients and some of theequipment that you will need to get started. You will get your sanitizerand some of the malts that you will need to get your beer makingstarted. With some of the beer kits, the only thing that you will need isa stainless steel pot to do all the brewing in.These brew kits will make great gifts for anyone that needs to have ahobby. These kits will be the very thing that they need to do this greathobby and get started learning about beer making. Most of the peoplewill enjoy having these kits and trying their hand at making greattasting beer and doing something that they have always wanted to do.It is a good idea to read and know all of the instructions that areincluded in the books. You can learn a lot and this is a great way toget all the information that you need first before you start on theprocess. This way, you will have a better idea of where and how tostart your brewing at home.The Malt of BeerWe tend to think of "malt" as a thing. Of course there is the candymalt and there is the old fashioned "malted" that was the stable of1950s "malt shops" which in our mind is more like a modern day milkshake. But when it comes to beer, just about anyone, even peoplewho are not involved in home brewing can list the ingredients as hops,malt, and grains. So as part of our quest to become more familiar withall of the aspects of beer making, it’s a good idea to explore moredeeply what exactly the malt in beer is all about.When you hear the word "malt" in regards to the brewing of beer, thereference is actually to malted barley. Malt is the outcome of theprocess of malting which starts with pure barley grain, the same grain
  12. 12. you might use to make muffins or barley soup. That is a good way toground the concept of malting to something very familiar.But even then the term "malted barley" is not specific enough. Maltinggets right to the heart of how beer is made because the coreingredient of beer are what results when the sugars from maltedbarley are fermented. Those sugars are scientifically named maltose,hence malt. So the malt used to make beer is the outcome offermenting the sugars from malted barley whereas the candy or desertform of malt are those sugars themselves, unfermented. That makesgood trivia for the new home brewers club meeting. But what makesbrewers malt so useful in beers is that there are a wide variety oftypes of maltose sugars that result from the fermentation. And each ofthese can be brewed into a very unique beer.How malt is produced can make for even more interesting trivia. Andit gives you insight into how the malts you use in your home brewingcome to be. The process of malting barley begins with jump startingthe germination process that is natures way of preparing the barleyplants to grow from seeds into sprouts. The barley is soaked and thenthey are drained fairly soon so the seeds will be stimulated to begin togerminate. The part of the germination process that is interesting tobrewers happens when certain enzymes are released by germination.These enzymes are powerful chemicals that convert the stored sugarsand starches in the seeds which become food to power thegermination and growth of the plant. But it is those enzymes that thebrewer is looking to capture.The entire objective of malting is to activate those enzymes in theseeds and release them so the brewer can capture them for thebrewing process. So as soon as the germination process starts, thegrain is quickly dried so the enzymes are captured in that raw state tobe processed into malted barley. Once the brewer has the maltedbarley in the condition we just went through, that malt is saturated in
  13. 13. hot water. This stimulates and activates the enzymes and puts themto work again. Under the controlled conditions of the brewing process,the enzymes do their job of converting the starches in the barley tosugars. And as those sugars go directly from conversion to be boiledwith hops and then combined into fermented yeast, the result is thislittle thing we call -- beer.Now this is all good information but most of us who are making beer atthe amateur level. For our purposes, malt extract that is sold by yourhome brewing supplier is a great way to have all of that skilledpreparation at your disposal without you having to do all the work. Bybuying the malt in extract form, it is ready to go into your boiling waterand join the home brewing process in full swing. As you add the malt,those enzymes will kick in and the chemical reactions needed tocreate great tasting beer will be well underway.Maybe there will come a time when you will get more involved in themore complicated procedures of brewing or at least visit a brewerywhere the malting process is underway. But since our love of homebrewing is about learning all we can about how beer is made bymaking it ourselves, getting a feel or the malting process is botheducational and fascinating as well.Start Making Your Own Great Tasting Beer At Home TodayThe Malt of BeerWe tend to think of "malt" as a thing. Of course there is the candymalt and there is the old fashioned "malted" that was the stable of1950s "malt shops" which in our mind is more like a modern day milk
  14. 14. shake. But when it comes to beer, just about anyone, even peoplewho are not involved in home brewing can list the ingredients as hops,malt, and grains. So as part of our quest to become more familiar withall of the aspects of beer making, it’s a good idea to explore moredeeply what exactly the malt in beer is all about.When you hear the word "malt" in regards to the brewing of beer, thereference is actually to malted barley. Malt is the outcome of theprocess of malting which starts with pure barley grain, the same grainyou might use to make muffins or barley soup. That is a good way toground the concept of malting to something very familiar.But even then the term "malted barley" is not specific enough. Maltinggets right to the heart of how beer is made because the coreingredient of beer are what results when the sugars from maltedbarley are fermented. Those sugars are scientifically named maltose,hence malt. So the malt used to make beer is the outcome offermenting the sugars from malted barley whereas the candy or desertform of malt are those sugars themselves, unfermented. That makesgood trivia for the new home brewers club meeting. But what makesbrewers malt so useful in beers is that there are a wide variety oftypes of maltose sugars that result from the fermentation. And each ofthese can be brewed into a very unique beer.How malt is produced can make for even more interesting trivia. Andit gives you insight into how the malts you use in your home brewingcome to be. The process of malting barley begins with jump startingthe germination process that is natures way of preparing the barleyplants to grow from seeds into sprouts. The barley is soaked and thenthey are drained fairly soon so the seeds will be stimulated to begin togerminate. The part of the germination process that is interesting tobrewers happens when certain enzymes are released by germination.These enzymes are powerful chemicals that convert the stored sugarsand starches in the seeds which become food to power the
  15. 15. germination and growth of the plant. But it is those enzymes that thebrewer is looking to capture.The entire objective of malting is to activate those enzymes in theseeds and release them so the brewer can capture them for thebrewing process. So as soon as the germination process starts, thegrain is quickly dried so the enzymes are captured in that raw state tobe processed into malted barley. Once the brewer has the maltedbarley in the condition we just went through, that malt is saturated inhot water. This stimulates and activates the enzymes and puts themto work again. Under the controlled conditions of the brewing process,the enzymes do their job of converting the starches in the barley tosugars. And as those sugars go directly from conversion to be boiledwith hops and then combined into fermented yeast, the result is thislittle thing we call -- beer.Now this is all good information but most of us who are making beer atthe amateur level. For our purposes, malt extract that is sold by yourhome brewing supplier is a great way to have all of that skilledpreparation at your disposal without you having to do all the work. Bybuying the malt in extract form, it is ready to go into your boiling waterand join the home brewing process in full swing. As you add the malt,those enzymes will kick in and the chemical reactions needed tocreate great tasting beer will be well underway.Maybe there will come a time when you will get more involved in themore complicated procedures of brewing or at least visit a brewerywhere the malting process is underway. But since our love of homebrewing is about learning all we can about how beer is made bymaking it ourselves, getting a feel or the malting process is botheducational and fascinating as well.
  16. 16. The first brewing beer recipeMaking beer is something that anyone can do with a little time andeffort. Once a person finds out that they can create great tasting beer,they will want to do it all the time. There will be no need for buyingbeer at the store anymore. You can have the entire brew inventorythat you need at your convenience.There are many places that you can find all the ingredients that youwill need online to make great beer. There are many types of pre-hopped and un-hopped malt extracts. These will come in thirtydifferent varieties of grains that you can crush up and steep for yourbeer.All that you will need to make your own beer at home is theingredients and the counter space. You will also have to have thebeer making equipment kit that is necessary for doing it right.Decide what brew you want to make. This will be the hardest part ofmaking beer. There are many styles of beer like dark, pale, andamber. There are also English, German, American and some otherforms. The flavor is the going to be the determining factor.Sanitize your equipment. You have to make sure that everything youuse for your beer making is clean. Wash all of it with warm water andthen let it dry. You need to make sure that everything is clean andready for your beer making strategy.When you have the water, and the malt extract that you are using in
  17. 17. the pot, let it come to a good boil. You can sue pre hopped or unhopped extract depending on the recipe that you are using. Next youwill want it to cool down and place the brew kettle in a sink full of coolwater. Make sure that the brew falls below one hundred degrees.Next you will pour it into the sanitized fermented and then top it off tothe five-gallon mark.Adding your yeast is next. This is what will help your flavor along inyour beer. There are plenty of types to choose from for this step.Think about what you want and choose your yeast. Let it ferment forat least eight to ten days. Then let it stand at room temperature fortwo days after the bubbling stops.You are then ready to bottle your beer. Put the beer into a bucket andadd 3/4 cup of sugar. Fill your bottles to about an inch from the topand apply a cap. You will have to let it carbonate for ten days. Placeyour new and exciting brew into the fridge and let it chill. Beer is bestserved chilled. Sit back and relax with your fresh and great tastingbottle of beer.Making Your Beer Crystal ClearBeer is about a lot more than just a great tasting beverage. The factthat a culture has grown up around the joy of making and enjoying finebeer testifies how much beer has become part of how our cultureworks. The drinking of the beverage is only partially about the taste ofthe brew itself and very much about where you have your beer, whatyou drink it out of, how the beer looks in the glass and who you aredrinking it with. And while you as a home made beer brewer cannot
  18. 18. control many of those factors, you can control the quality andambiance of the beer you make so it not only tastes great but isvisually appealing as well.If you pour a commercial beer from a bottle or a can, you may not beaware of how much those beer makers put into not just the taste butthe affect of other senses have on the beer drinking experience. Theway the beer pours, the aroma as you pour it, the head that wells upin your mug and how the beer looks in the glass all are just asimportant as the taste itself. The emphasis the big beer producers puton ascetics is so extreme that they even make the sound the canmakes when you "pop a cold one" to be unique because they knowthat sound alone can prepare you to receive the taste of a great beerdrinking experience.The truth is none of that will change whether the beer itself is of highquality or is good to drink. But visual appeal matters. One area ofvisual appeal that you have some control over when making your ownbeer at home is clarity. Clarity simply refers to how the beer looks inthe glass. If you can see through the beer and it is a consistent beigeor amber color, that is visually appealing. But if things are floatingaround in the beer, even if they are perfectly harmless byproducts ofthe brewing process, that can diminish how inviting your beer is toenjoy and even diminish how enjoyable the beer is to drink even if thebeer itself is of high quality.A lot of the "stuff" that floats around is beer comes from the yeast thatis crucial to the fermentation process that makes beer beer. Someyeasts are better than others about settling out of the beer duringfermentation. Another source of visible material in the beer comesfrom what is referred to as non-microbiological particles or NMPswhich are a byproduct of the brewing process. Again, none of thesevisible materials are harmful to consume nor do they reduce the valueof the beer. They just look bad and hurt the clarity of the beer which is
  19. 19. one way beer is measured for quality.Many of the NMPs are introduced during the initial creation of the wortwhich is phase one of any brewing operation. The wort is boiled at ahigh temperature for a significant enough period of time to cause theproteins in the ingredients to break down and become part of thefluidity of the wort rather than remain in a substance state or a "floc"which remains visible in the finished product. To avoid this make sureyour boil sustains a temperature of 215F for 90 minutes to assurecomplete processing of the proteins.Another important brewing step that you can do to reduce visibleagents in your beer is to cool the wort very quickly. By bringing thetemperature down rapidly, the clarity is vastly enhanced as is theflavor and overall quality of the beer. The best way to accomplishsuch rapid cooling is to move the wort quickly from the brewingprocess to a very cool environment or using a specialized wort coolerto quickly bring that temperature down and eliminate many of the flocsthat might be there if the cooling goes more slowly.Seeking beer clarity can become a major passion of yours as a homebrewer and there is a whole science to using clarifying agents such asIrish Moss to enhance beer clarity without diminishing beer quality ortaste. Learning good techniques for making your beer clear andappealing is just another step in your ongoing quest to become thebest amateur beer making possible. And that is a quest worthpursuing.Start Making Great Tasting Beer At Home Today
  20. 20. Finding the best labels for your home brewedbeerMaking your own beer is a hobby that is growing fast around the world.If you really want to know what is being put into the beer that you drink,making your own beer is going to give you all that information and somuch more. There are no harsh chemicals needed to make beer, andall the natural ingredients are going to be easy for you to purchaseonline and offline to make your own beer. You can find any basic beer-making recipe, and then make changes to the process to change theoverall final flavor and taste of the beer you make.After a few tries at making your own beer, you are going to create abeer flavor that you can really enjoy. We each have our own personalfavorites, and as you manipulate the recipes, you can create a beerthat is just right for you. You can even control the alcohol content inthe beer, by determining the amount of time you leave the beer toferment and to become beer after you have added the yeast to themixture. Beer making is fun, and it is not difficult at all.To start in the hobby of beer making, it is suggested that you purchasea beer making kit. As you purchase the kit first, you will learn how allthe pros make beer. You will learn more tips and tricks for making beerso that the beer you make is going to be better overall from the start.While you make beer, you may find that you like one type so muchthat you want to start making your own beer all the time. This is goingto leave you with a problem that you need to label your beer. You wantto know what date you made the beer and even what type of beer youmade. The labels you purchase for your beer cans, beer containers oreven for the barrels you use to make beer are going to be vital to yourongoing hobby.
  21. 21. Labels that you use on mailing letters that have a sticky back aregoing to be great for making those first batches of beer. As youcontinue making your own beer, you will find paper labels are going towork better, as you start putting your beer in bottles and actuallyhaving them capped or stopped. Putting the labels on the beer bottlesor containers before putting the beer in, and before you put them instorage is going to help you remember which beer you want to drinkfirst.Home brewing is something that is found all over the world. From thefar corners of the nation many are starting to make their own beer formany reasons. We are including these reasons here for your own use,so you can determine for yourself if making beer is something youwant to try your hand at!In making your own beer, you become master of your own home. Youcreate the drink that your family and friends love, and will enjoy asthey sip that cold beer from a frosty mug. Being able to master thistalent is something that will take a little patience, and determination asyou continue making batches of beer as your friends continually drinkit every time they come over to your home!
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  23. 23. Product DescriptionThe DIY Beer Kit Bundle includes everything needed to make 5 gallons of greattasting beer including: Lager Beer Refill, Fermenting Vessel, Tap & Filling Valve,Hydrometer & Measuring Flask, Instructional DVD ROM, Brewers Log CardInstruction Card, Erasable Marker, Mixing Spoon, 30 x 740ml Bottles, Caps,Adhesive Thermometer Strip, Brew Enhancer 1, Carbonation Drops.Five star reviews“This Coopers home brew kit was extremely easy to make 6 gallons of amazinglygood tasting beer. ”Anonymous Speech | 58 reviewers made a similar statement“I cant say enough about how much fun it is to make and how much anticipationbuilds up to try your new beer - just like Christmas all over again. ”Michael T. Greeby | 18 reviewers made a similar statement“The instructions are easy to understand, and the kit includes everything youneed, including bottles and lids. ”Lisa Kearns | 21 reviewers made a similar statementYou can see more information and reviews if you CLICK HEREAnd don’t forget to get your copy of the best beer making manual HERE Easy steps to make great tasting beer at home.
  24. 24. Thank You And Enjoy Making Great Tasting Beer.!

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