Interested in learning how to brew beer the way brewers brew? It’s called all-grain brewing and the good news is that the tools and equipment needed to get started have been greatly simplified through the introduction of all-in-one brewing systems, several of which are now on the market. We’ll cover the equipment you need to get started, talk about the ingredients that make up beer, go over what happens on brew day, and discuss fermentation schedules and bottling and/or kegging. We’ll also go through various all-in-one systems that are available, discussing their advantages and disadvantages. Quick note, Brewmented uses all-in-one brewing systems for all of its experimental batches.
Bill Campbell is the co-owner of Brewmented, Longmont’s destination-style homebrew store, brewery, and taproom. Learn more about Brewmented’s supplies to homecraft your brew at www.brewmented.com.