Diving into the World of Homebrewing


By Samson Eaton
Many say they want to enter the homebrewing world until they realize the learning curve of the process or the anxiety of choosing what equipment to purchase first. This article simplifies hours of research on what equipment to buy by giving you all the hacks to overcome the first homebrew and save you money in the long run.

Beer is great and homebrew is even better . . . if you have the right equipment.

You need equipment that will equip you! (Pun intended) It can be overwhelming deciding on all of the right equipment, but this article will give you a hack on numerous hours of research to simplify the process of becoming a homebrewer, fully equipped with the right equipment.
The first basic question you have to ask yourself before buying any equipment is budget. Money doesn’t grow on trees, but hops do! (Well, vines. You get the point.)
Next, you need to decide how much space you have. Do you plan to brew in a garage? Kitchen? Apartment? Don’t worry! Good beer can be made in whatever size space.
Another question you should ask is what size of batches do I want to make. Many homebrewers start with 5 gallon batches. Just because many brewers make 5 gallon batches doesn’t mean 1 gallon batches aren’t right for you. I have a buddy who is an avid apartment brewer who makes awesome 1 gallon batches.
In the homebrew world there are a number of types of brewing that you could start with- extract, partial mash, BIAB, or all grain.
Over the years, MoreBeer! has found the best startup method for many homebrewers is the extract method.
Extract brewing allows new homebrewers to learn the process and dive into the world of brewing without giving up the successful brewing of quality beer.
MoreBeer! provides phenomenal extracts of the highest quality for numerous styles of beer.
Even some of the most famous homebrews still use extracts for their own brews.
In terms of equipment for brewing, there are two basic categories of equipment you need to make beer- the “hot side” and the “cold side.” These categories represent virtually everything you need to make your first brew.
First, the hot side includes everything that it takes to make the wort. Second, the cold side is everything it takes to make the wort into a beer.
For the hot side, you need a heat source, pot/kettle, large spoon or paddle, and thermometer.
The cold side is everything like the fermenter, bottling equipment, hydrometer, etc.
There are a lot of items you need to brew, but MoreBeer! has put together starter kits that simplify the headache of hunting down all of the individual tools and equipment you need. In the long run, it saves you time and money.
MoreBeer! has 7 homebrew starter kits to choose from. Even if you’re are just looking for a simple 1 gallon extract setup MoreBeer! has you covered
Or if you’re looking to wow your friends and jump headfirst, MoreBeer! has you covered with a fully digital 5 gallon all grain system.
And rest assured that with MoreBeer! choosing one of our starter kits means you’re getting the best value for your money without jeopardizing on any of your equipment like many “kits” do on the market. The components and equipment in thier famous brewing kits are the same pieces of equipment trusted by numerous brewers all over the country.
For many people, the best route is going to be the Premium Home Brewing Kit. It offers everythign you need to start and provides all the foundational equipment needed for more advanced brewing.

The best part is all of our Deluxe Brewing Kits come with a free set of ingredients for your first brew.
What more could you want?
Order your kit now and stop neglecting your dream of brewing your very own gameday brew.
There is nothing quite like having your buddies over to watch the big game and drinking your own brew!

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