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juanjleslie

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hi im new
« on: January 14, 2011, 07:25:13 AM »
hello everyone, uhmmm im not an expert about beer but i like to drink beer, i was hoping to know beer brewing, hope someone would teach me how...

Offline glastctbrewer

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Re: hi im new
« Reply #1 on: January 14, 2011, 08:20:18 AM »
Hello and welcome!

Home brewing is a great obsession, um, I mean hobby.  A great place to start is by reading John Palmer's book "How to Brew".  You can read the first addition online for free at http://www.howtobrew.com  or you can pick up the latest addition from your online or local book seller of choice.

After reading the book I would recommend getting an Ale kit from your LHBS (Local Home Brew Shop) or one of the online ones. 

Remember, come back here with any questions.  There are a ton of knowledgeable home brewers that can help you along.

Oh yah, when you start to actually brew I have this piece of advise, RDWHAHB!  (Relax, don't worry, have a home brew!)  Just not too many while you're actually brewing.  You are dealing with very hot liquids  ;D
Scott

On Tap:  Not so Nutty Brown Ale, No Name APA, Eddington's Red, The Lost Monk Patersbier
Primary: Nut Brown Ale, Vienna Lager
Kegged:
Bottled: Holiday Barley Wine
Secondary: English Style IPA
On Deck: Extra Special Bitter

 

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