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Question Anyone Else Brew Beer?

I'm just starting a batch of Irish Stout, the Grains are steeping as I type!



So anyone else brew? What do you brew up?

I brew:

  • Irish Stout
  • Porter(s)
  • Hefeweizen
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I've been thinking of buying a home brewing kit, but the truth is, I'm not much of a beer drinker. I'll have one once in a while, I think I still have 2 beers from a 12 pack I bought a few weeks ago
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I have done it before. My neighbor (friend and fellow Super Duty onwer) owns a big brewer supply store.

I need to get back into it.
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I would like to try it.
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I would like to try it.
It is fun. Your wife might get pissed when you are brewing though, the entire house smells!
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Old 10-16-2011, 05:35 PM
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I've wanted to try. Ive also wanted to try making homemade wine
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My bro. in law does. It is nasty, really nasty. Maybe he's doing something wrong. Tastes bad but will get you really hammered.
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Is it something I could do out in the shop.
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^^^^Good idea! After cooking, it needs a cool dark place.
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My bro. in law does. It is nasty, really nasty. Maybe he's doing something wrong. Tastes bad but will get you really hammered.
IDK what he's cooking.... but it sounds like it's NOT beer....

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It is fun. Your wife might get pissed when you are brewing though, the entire house smells!

Cooking the wort makes the kitchen smell a little bit, but that's only for an hour or two while you are cooking. Doesn't smell after, and I wouldn't sat it "stinks the house up..." maybe the kitchen tho!

It's definately fun, but A LOT of work. And cleanliness is key!
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