Ive brewed two clones now. They didn’t turn out the greatest. It’s invigorating to learn so much about brewing but I still have a long way to go before I can brew my own recipe. As always, ever onward. 7 months ago
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At last, I tried my hand at brewing beer. Not from scratch, but using a home brew kit. My wife bought me a kit from The beer keg for my birthday. Cool present I thought. Its a complete kit and a dvd provides detailed instructions. Two things to remember – everything must be cleaned thoroughly and you need to choose the right time of year to brew at home. The beer must ferment at a temperature between 18 and 23 degrees. In South Africa, that means in autumn or spring. Its autumn now, and we had perfect weather for brewing a beer. It took about 3 weeks for the initial fermentation and another 2 weeks after bottling for the secondary fermentation. If you follow the instructions, its real easy. I now have 23 liters of beer!!! And the taste is not bad at all. Much like Castle. Thanks to the Coopers guys for making it so easy. Here are a couple of pics.
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