Thanks to everyone our homebrewing classes while we held them! Starting up a microbrewery while working a full-time job, and doing events on the weekend just wasn’t allowing us the time to do them anymore. However, we still love the enthusiasm people have for brewing, so I’ve listed a lot of the basic steps to help you get started brewing!
- Selecting the beer you’d like to brew
- Equipment Basics
- Formulating your beer recipe
- Gathering your ingredients
- Building a Starter
- Brew Day
- Preparing the wort for pitching
- Maintenance of your jockey box
- Some science to take it all deeper!
- Bonus resource on using barrels for brewing!
Generally speaking, here’s how an at least partial grain homebrew batch will look like:
There are couple different ways of making beer: brewing straight from extract (go right to the boil kettle step in this diagram) brewing in a bag (add the bag of grains to your Boil Kettle and steep at a certain temperature), but I’ll go over the process for an all grain batch.
Questions? email me at: firstname.lastname@example.org