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Home Brewing INGREDIENTS
Home Brewing EQUIPMENT
BASIC Home Brewing
ADVANCED Home Brewing Procedures
Water has a huge impact on the end product of your beer. Many styles require a more mineral-laden water than others such as many British or European styles of beer.
The mineral content in the beer homebrew determines the beer’s ultimate hardness or softness. Normally, most tap water contains an amount of chlorine. This water should either be allowed to sit for a day or possibly boiled in order to dissipate the chlorine in the water which can cause the beer to taste a little sour.
Minerals and salts can always be added to the boil if necessary in order to comply with the guidelines of the selected style of beer. The water guidelines are based on the origins of the style which may have had much harder water when it became established as a distinct style and therefore the hard water helped create that flavor.
If you are ever in doubt about the water in your home, then simply used bottled water in order to keep any chlorine out of your homebrew.
Indredients you will need for your home brew and more:
The home brewing process for beer consists of a small amount of basic ingredients. The ingredients consist of:
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