When you start out making beer it can be daunting with the amount of beer ingredients on offer to know what one, or any of them are going to do to your home brew. There are such a wide varieties of malts, hops and yeast alone that will all add something different to each beer. That’s before you even start experimenting with spices, herbs, fruits and other flavourings.
A homebrew kit is one of the best gifts you can ever receive (or give!). But it can also be overwhelming if you are brand new to the homebrew scene. The following is a guide to figure out the quickest route to making extract beer with your new kit!
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Thinking of making the jump from extract to all-grain brewing? It’s very simple with minimal extra equipment required. Or if you’re starting from scratch, see equipment kit options for everything you need to get going.