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Old 12-22-2010, 12:06 AM   #1
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I saw a beer brewing kit at sears and it sparked my interest in trying this. Anyone do this before? What advice do you have or equipment would you recommend? Anything would be helpful in getting me started. Thanks!
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I got the MR Beer kit for Christmas, havent gotten a chance to use it yet though.
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There was a thread about this a while back and I do believe there are some experts on here
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I have made the odd batch of beer, wine, and shine over the years. That kit is OK to start with but you will need to buy real equipment from a home brewing store. There are many around. I have a friend in Colorado who is a big time home brewer. He has an 8 keg tap room in is basement. He has shipped beer to our tailgates by the gallons. He brews up some great hoppy ales! The whole thing is a fun hobby.
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SpursAddiction is a home-brewer, maybe he'll chime in.
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You beat me to it. Have been home brewing for about 10 years. You are probably talking about a Mr. Beer kit. That is a very basic introductory kit that will make beer, but is pretty limited in that you have to keep buying their recipe cans.

If you think you will enjoy the hobby I recommend skipping the Mr Beer, going to a homebrew shop (either in your area if there is one or on-line) and get your basic starter equipment kit. It will probably be around 80-120 bucks. That will let you do 5 gallon batches on your kitchen stove and you can brew many-many different styles. I did that for about 6-7 years and made some very good beers this way.

Now I switched over to all-grain where I eliminate the extract step and do it straight from the grains.

I can talk about this for hours if you want.
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Your basic equipment you would need:

Large Stock-pot - about 20 qt or more.
6 or 6.5 gallon plastic (food grade) bucket with lid
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Siphon set-up (racking cane & plastic tubing)
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Bottles (brown glass preferred, no twist-offs) - a little over 2 cases worth
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feel free to ship beers my way.

My bro-in-law did this for a few years. He brewed up some pretty good beers. Though I remember his first not having a lot of bubbles and flat, but it was quickly corrected.
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There is a homebrew store on St. Andrews Rd in Cola if you're near there. They are very knowledgeable and have everything you need whether you want a beginner setup or go all-grain.

Also may want to see if there is a local homebrew club around your area. Good information source and way to meet people doing the same so you can share some brews and recipes.
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I know this is an older thread, but I just finished cooking my first batch of beer this year! Ok, it was my first batch in a couple of years...

Had to clean and sanitize my fermenter, then cooked my grains and malt (6#'s of syrup and 1# dark dry) before adding 2 oz Cluster hops. Added the final oz of Cascade at the final minute. I cooled the wort and placed it in my primary, then sprinkled and stirred the yeast into the wort at room temp.

In 2-3 weeks I will put it in a glass Carboy to aid in the clearing and then will bottle in another couple of weeks. I should soon have a nice Porter ale for baseball season!

I have three more kits ( Pale ale, Red and Irish stout) to keep the fridge stocked at least until football starts up. Just really excited about getting back into brewing at home. The beer is actually much better than mass produced American brands for about the same cost. Very much worth the trouble!
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I use two online sites to order supplies, NorthernBrewer.com and Austinhomebrew.com

NB has a great catalog with A-Z for hardware, kits, allgrain and partial mash brewing as well as some wine supplies. You would not believe how expansive (and expensive!) the stuff can be for home brewing!
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I've got a chocolate brown ale fermenting now. Propane burners are great for brewing if you have a place to use them (not in an apartment).
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I do have room for a propane burner and they do a great job. Today was cold and raining so I did it on the stove. Got some comments from wife and daughter about the smell.

My last batch was a brown ale though not chocolate. I did something wrong because it was skunky. Maybe contaminated it somehow or didn't clean/sanitize it well. That is rare for me because I am pretty meticulous about sanitizing before brewing, or fermenting and bottling. It is essential to making good beer. Hope this time it is better!
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That is rare for me because I am pretty meticulous about sanitizing before brewing, or fermenting and bottling. It is essential to making good beer.
And here lies my problem. I am not anywhere near a type A personality, and not saying that's what you have to have, but it seems like a lot of meticulous work (and I understand the reward of your own brew) when I can go to my beer guy and buy COAST, Founders, Stone, Lagunitas, etc. whenever I want.

I started this thread because I LOVE beer and I really am interested in getting into home brewing but I 1) don't have time (I teach an AP class so between grading or creating, I'm doing something every night and I coach cross country in the fall and track in the spring), 2) I don't know if I have the patience to sanitize/ferment and do its thing, etc, 3) I live in a one bedroom apartment so space is a problem and 4) the only time I am free is the summer and I hear that's a crappy time to home brew here in the south.
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And here lies my problem. I am not anywhere near a type A personality, and not saying that's what you have to have, but it seems like a lot of meticulous work (and I understand the reward of your own brew) when I can go to my beer guy and buy COAST, Founders, Stone, Lagunitas, etc. whenever I want.

I started this thread because I LOVE beer and I really am interested in getting into home brewing but I 1) don't have time (I teach an AP class so between grading or creating, I'm doing something every night and I coach cross country in the fall and track in the spring), 2) I don't know if I have the patience to sanitize/ferment and do its thing, etc, 3) I live in a one bedroom apartment so space is a problem and 4) the only time I am free is the summer and I hear that's a crappy time to home brew here in the south.
The beauty of home brewing is that there is a level of production that suits most anyone's lifestyle. There is all grain style where people spend an entire weekend mashing and cooking the grains. Partial mash is a less time consuming but still several hours worth. I prefer the shortest method (other than buying the beer in the bottle) which is the kit method.

Basically I buy a kit with all of the rigors of making grain extract already complete. All of the malts, hops and yeast are supplied for $ 25-50. It takes 60-90 minutes to cook these ingredients and place the finished product (wort) in the fermenting bucket, where yeast is added and the lid applied. Then you wait 2-4 weeks and bottle the fermented beer. This will also take 60 minutes or so. The sanitizing? A paltry 30 minutes is all that's needed and you can use common bleach! Other products are available but I like the ease of bleach. In two weeks after bottling you have drinkable brew of a damn fine quality. As you can see by my picture I do this on the stove top, so it can be done in an apartment.

Over 4-6 weeks and 3-4 hours total time (90 minutes tops per stage) it is very cool project and process which at the end of, you drink BEER!!

Oh, I have brewed several batches in summer here in SC!
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Posting in the "What are you drinking" thread made me want to bump this back up. Anybody out there still doing any home brewing? If so, what have you been trying, an how did it turn out?

We just started extract brewing after moving to the St Louis area. (Never had the room at our place in Salt Lake.) Did an basic IPA kit our first batch that turned out decent, but but I think it got infected in the transfer because the last dozen or so left have all turned sour.

Second batch, we did a Pliny the Elder clone that turned out amazing. It was pricey recipe with all the hops, but the finished product has been worth it. Almost drank all of them our of our 5 gallon batch, so I'll definitely brew that one again sometime. We just bought the ingredients to do a Breakfast Stout clone, but I'm gonna add some vanilla beans in the secondary and possibly fake the barrel aging with some bourbon soaked oak chips. Fun and tasty hobby so far!
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Posting in the "What are you drinking" thread made me want to bump this back up. Anybody out there still doing any home brewing? If so, what have you been trying, an how did it turn out?

We just started extract brewing after moving to the St Louis area. (Never had the room at our place in Salt Lake.) Did an basic IPA kit our first batch that turned out decent, but but I think it got infected in the transfer because the last dozen or so left have all turned sour.

Second batch, we did a Pliny the Elder clone that turned out amazing. It was pricey recipe with all the hops, but the finished product has been worth it. Almost drank all of them our of our 5 gallon batch, so I'll definitely brew that one again sometime. We just bought the ingredients to do a Breakfast Stout clone, but I'm gonna add some vanilla beans in the secondary and possibly fake the barrel aging with some bourbon soaked oak chips. Fun and tasty hobby so far!
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Just brewed up about 13 gallons of ESB this past Saturday. I do all grain batches and have a 15 gallon kettle to give me about 13 gallons per batch.

Lately I have been doing it on the weekends in the mornings. Get up around 5:00am. Start brewing at 5:30 or so and have everything in the fermenters and cleaned up by 10:30 or 11:00. Plenty of time in the day for all the other stuff with kids and what not.

I have a propane burner and I do it outside. Kitchen stove would take forever with that size. and clean-up is easy too with a garden hose.
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