Post #1 made 2 years ago
I have only ever brewed 2 can kits and have always been slightly disappointed. The brew would be OK for my consumption but I would never offer a bottle to anyone else because deep down I knew that it wasn't up to standard. This is what has lead me to go all grain, I have never tried an all grain home brew before but it has got to be better than the kits. So after a number of weeks ordering bits and pieces online and asking for kit for my birthday it is now brew day. The tools made available on this forum are invaluable, I used the BIABacus for my recipe that i got out of a home brewing book by Greg Hughes. I had a dry run the day before just to see all my equipment worked ok , luckily I did because my kettle leaked at the tap and my homemade chillier was too small. The brew day it self went really well with no major mistakes, i hope the beer turns out ok. See bellow the BIABacus file and some brew day pictures.
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- From Great Britain