Do you ever day dream about the oddest things?
I do and in this case it’s food, probably because I’m hungry and can’t wait to eat.
I was thinking about how certain foods came into being, bread for example. Or any item like that, cake, biscuits etc.
Bottling is an important part of creating a home brew beer and one which can have a dramatic effect on the outcome of the beer depending on the care taken and timing of the bottling process.
This step is optional and could have several benefits and drawbacks depending on the brew, what you want to get out of it and how careful you are.
Primary fermentation is where the bulk of the magic happens, the beer will be fermenting away, with the yeasts consuming the sugar and producing heaps of CO2 and alcohol. This is also the stage at which the majority of the flavour of the beer is decided, and as such is also the area where the flavour can be messed up.
Preparation and Pitching
“Cleanliness is next to godliness” – Someone who brews beer
Before getting into the technical side of brewing, let’s have a bit of background to make the parts that come later make more sense
Being a young man I do like to partake in the consumption of beer, alongside this I also like to make things and do things myself and save money in doing so. Continue reading