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Does anyone brew their own beer?

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I was looking into brewing my own. Any tips, suggestions, etc or sites that supply your recommendations?

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I have for a number of years now.  A while back my wife bought be a starter kit from Northern Brewer.  It comes with a fermenter, two brew kits, some bottle caps, a cap press, and some fizz tabs.  The instructions actually say, "If you can make mac-n-cheese you can brew beer."  It is not all that complicated, but it is always to gets some tips here and there so you don't make some rookie mistakes.  I would start with 1 gallon batches then graduate once your confidence grows.

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11 hours ago, Knotical said:

I have for a number of years now.  A while back my wife bought be a starter kit from Northern Brewer.  It comes with a fermenter, two brew kits, some bottle caps, a cap press, and some fizz tabs.  The instructions actually say, "If you can make mac-n-cheese you can brew beer."  It is not all that complicated, but it is always to gets some tips here and there so you don't make some rookie mistakes.  I would start with 1 gallon batches then graduate once your confidence grows.

Any brew kits you recommend? I also prefer wheat beer. Was looking at some kits online:

 

WWW.NORTHERNBREWER.COM

Get started with a beginner homebrewing starter kit! Each beer brewing starter kit includes the equipment you'll need to brew your own beer at home.

 

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Personally, I like the brown ales and stouts more than anything.  I have brewed the caribou slobber from northern brewer a couple of times with good results.  I have a couple kits I received last Christmas I was able to brew yet.  Hopefully, when things cool down here they will still be good.  The kits I have are a porter and an ale.

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