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How To Make Your Own Beer


You don't have to be a chemist in order to brew your own beer.

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									Hello and welcome to Make Your
 Own Beer podcast, episode 1.

In today's podcast we'll talk about
  the easiest way to make your
            own beer.

I'm going to show you the easiest
    and most inexpensive way

to make top notch beer right in
      your own home.

But before we continue you must
 understand that this is geared
toward beginner home brewers.

We are not going to complicate

If you're looking for an in-depth
             guide on

how to brew beer from scratch
 using only raw ingredients,

this might not be the right place
            for you.

If, on the other hand, you're
    searching for the most

  and affordable way to make
delicious beer at home, you're in

Don't worry, you don't have to be
           a chemist

in order to understand how to
     brew your own beer

and you don't need thick books
telling you how to make it work.

  You just need to grasp a few
basic principles and you are good
               to go.

 I'm going to assume that you
want something that will give you
         quick results

with as little chance for failure as

 If you're a beginner at brewing,
there is only one way to achieve

Microbrewery Kit
   Microbrewery kit includes
everything you will need to make
         your own beer.

There are quite a few different
  kits on the market today,

but the one I like the most is the
        kit from Coopers.

That's because of the super easy
 process that has not failed me

plus a great selection of different
 beer kits - from Lager to Stout
   and everything in between.

This is a great way to get started.

You get everything you need in
        one package.

Easy, satisfying, and
There are four steps to making
       your own beer:

Mixing the ingredients
Bottling and storing until ready for

and enjoying the results

The hardest and most difficult
     part of this process

is the waiting for the beer to
mature - at least two weeks.

Everything else is easy peasy.

  So the sooner you start, the
 sooner you'll be able to enjoy
your very own home-made beer.

And why not?
It's cost efficient, it's fun, and it
     gives you the feeling of


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