My advice (which is where I started) is to have a good read of John Palmer's 'How to Brew' it's free on-line or available in paper form, about a tenner I think. What you need to do is build a mental filter to allow you to read this forum and filter out all the baloney from the good stuff! And then find a process that works for you.Hi all,
Been told to get a hobby to get out from underneath the wife's feet. so something I can do, make and consume in the bat cave is ideal.
Never brewed before so any advice would be well received.
I like 'CAMRA'S Brew your own British Real Ale' by Graham Wheeler. Another favorite is 'Home Brew Beer' by Greg Hughes. Both have a lot of good recipes to start you off assuming British beer styles are what you are looking for. It's also worth downloading the DIY Dog recipe book from Brew Dog if you like modern beer styles. I also use BeerSmith s/w and that comes with a huge library of recipes, but you kind of have to know what you are looking for, so the books are a better place to start & contain a lot of generally useful info.Hi All
Just started home brewing first couple ales now I’m hooked. But only problem wife likes it too lol.
where is best to get recipes for beer or is there good book to buy.
Any help be gratefully received.