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Beer Brewing Basics - SHOWNOTES
« on: June 09, 2017, 08:49:41 AM »

There wont be any notes to show for the actual content.  I have lost those notes to poor note taking back in 2015.

Brewing your own beer is an amazing way to learn more about
And also, beer
It is not as hard as some people make it out to be
If you are interested in learning how to brew your own beer, you have found the right place to start
From a beginners stand point
From picking out your kit to the finished product
Im going to teach you how easy it is
All men have hobbies
One of the best hobbies that I have found is the ones where something is made
Somethign that can be consumed
Something that has history, math, sience, and biology all mixed into something fun
And most men enjoy beer
It does help when the beer is
Cheaper than most kinds you can buy
Better tasting than the ones you buy at the same cost
Where we get in trouble with beer brewing is when we make the mistake of making the process hard to undersand
Im not gooing to do that today
I know some of you more experianced folks out there are going to cringe when I say this
Your spicitif gravity does not matter when you use a kit
It really doesn't
I didn't take one for the first hand full of brews that i did
So sit back
Enjoy the podcast
Learn something new
If you have any questions about brewing beer
Videos and other podcasts available
Find them on the forum
Before we get into this
Quick word about helping the show out
When we get back
Why was beer such a large part in history
How my past brew day went
Basics of brewing
Basic equipment needed to start yourself
Some cool equipment you can build to aid your brewing