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"How To Prepare Mouth Watering And Thirst Quenching Beers That Will Leave Everyone Asking For More!

 

That's Right, You Too Can Now Prepare Delicious Home Made Beer With This Complete Beer Recipes Ebook!  

 

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Name: Rosanna Chandler

 

Dear Beer Lover,

There’s no bottle of brew that tastes quite as good as the one you’ve made yourself. It's also a fun hobby. So what are you waiting for? Here’s how to brew your own beer.

There’s some equipment you are going to need. You should be able to pick it all up for under $200, and it’s not hard to find. Any local brewing supply store or online brewing site will have everything you need which includes:

brown-circle-arrow_R Brewing Pot
brown-circle-arrow_R Plastic hose
brown-circle-arrow_R Fermenter
brown-circle-arrow_R Bottling bucket
brown-circle-arrow_R Airlock and stopper
brown-circle-arrow_R Bottle brush
brown-circle-arrow_R Bottle capper
brown-circle-arrow_R Thermometer – the stick-on type is best
brown-circle-arrow_R Small bowl
brown-circle-arrow_R Saucepan
brown-circle-arrow_R Spatula
brown-circle-arrow_R Oven mitts
brown-circle-arrow_R Wooden mixing spoons

The easiest way, especially for beginners, is to pick up a beer kit. It will contain all the needed ingredients, which include yeast and hopped malt concentrate. You also need to buy fermentables, which are what add the different flavors to your brew. Of course you can buy your ingredients separately, but the kit is a foolproof way to get everything you need.

You will need to sanitize all your equipment. In fact, it’s the most important thing you will do. Clean everything with hot soapy water. Then you need to sanitize all your equipment by using either the iodine solution or chlorine solution that came with your brewing equipment.

Now that everything is sterilized, you are ready to start. Put two quarts of water in your brew pot; then heat to around 180F or until it steams; then remove it from the heat. Add your beer kit and fermentables. Follow the instructions provided with your kit.

Our beer recipes for beginners guide

Stir until everything is dissolved; then put the lid on and leave it sit for 20 minutes on low heat. Add your mix, which is called the wort, to the fermenter which should be filled with four gallons of water. Stir for 4 minutes. This oxygenizes the mixture. When the wort is cool to the touch you can add your yeast.

Now it’s time to let your wort ferment. The process starts right away and continues for 5 days. During this period it’s important to keep the temperature constant, around 65F, and to keep your wort in a dark place.

You’ll be able to tell when your wort is fermenting because you will see tiny little air bubbles rising to the top.

When 5 day arrives you need to start checking your beer each day. When there are no more air bubbles your beer is ready to bottle. Don’t be impatient. If you don’t wait for the fermenting to complete you’ll wreck your beer’s taste.

Our home beer brewing guide

Before you bottle you have to prepare what’s called the primary solution. This is what carbonates the beer. In your saucepan add 2 cups of water and ¾ cup dextrose. Bring to a boil over medium heat, and then let it cool for 30 minutes. Pour it into the bottling bucket.

Attach the hose to the spigot on your fermenter and put the other end of the hose in your bottling bucket.

Open the spigot and transfer your beer over to the bottling bucket. When done, detach and clean the hose and toss the fermenter. Fill each bottle leaving 1” of air at the top. Cap securely and make sure there are no leaks.

Wait, it’s not quite time to drink it yet. You need to put your bottled beer in a cool dark place for the second fermentation process. Don’t put it in the fridge as that’s too cold. Basements work great. It now needs to sit for 2 more weeks. And then it will be time to enjoy!

 Introducing...

 Brew Your Own Beer

 The Brew Your Own Beer Ebook

Impress your friends and colleagues with your new-found beer making knowledge, Over 640 Thirst Quenching Beer Recipes !

Discover How To Become Your Own Brew Master, With Brew Your Own Beer. It takes more than a recipe to make a great beer.

Just using the right ingredients doesn't mean your beer will taste like it was meant to.

Most of the time it’s the way a beer is made and served that makes it either an exceptional beer or one that gets dumped into the nearest flower pot."  

 

Within the pages of Brew Your Own Beer, you will find the traditional beer recipes as well as a selection of unique variations like:

 Blackout Brown Ale
 Honey Basil
 Simple Wheat Beer
 7--Mile Red Ale
 Alaskan Amber Ale
 All Grain American Brown
 American Brown Ale
 Apples in the Snow
 Bah Humbug Brew
 Barney Flats Oatmeal Stout
 Barrel Bottom Black Bitter
 Bavarian Weiss
 Beat Me Over the Head with a Stick Bock
 Belgian Trappiste / Abbey Ale
 Berry Strawberry Ale
 Black Bear Ale
 Blackberry Peach Lager
 Blow Me Away Holiday Ale
 Cat's Claw Blackberry Ale
 Charlie Brown Pumpkin Ale
 Cherry-Honey-Weiss
 Christmas Cranberry Ale
 Cinnimon Honey Ale
 Countryside Ginger
 Dark of the Moon Cream Stout
 Frosty Toad British Ale
 German Weisen Beer
 Honey Ginger Lager
 Red Hickory Lager
 Rocket J. Squirrel Honey Wheat Ale
 Tooncinator Motley Cru

And Many More Great Recipes...

With The Brew Your Own Beer eBook you will find all the tips and techniques necessary to make your beer taste like those of a seasoned professional. Use Brew Your Own Beer to make great beer to share at your next picnic, backyard party or tailgate party. Never have a boring party again!   

 

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Prepare Those Mouth Watering Beers,  

Rosanna Chandler

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Frequently Asked Questions!

Is it cheaper to brew your own beer?

A year of home brewing will cost you $109 for the kit, plus six batches at $32.25 each. That comes to $302.50. Home brewing saves approximately $62 a year.

How hard is it to brew your own beer?

The actual process of brewing the beer is only as difficult as boiling water, stirring things, and being careful about cleanliness (ask any professional brewer and they'll tell you 90% of their job is scrubbing things).

What's the easiest beer to brew?

Ale is considered the easiest beer to brew among most homebrewers. When brewing ales it is very easy to make up for any mistakes that may have occurred. Ales are very easy to salvage, which is one of the main reasons why they are considered the easiest type of beer to make.