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Before you move on to brewing beer, you must first decide on what you want to make at home, and whether you have the right equipment to do so.

Moreover, it is important that you find the best equipment available and that you make sure everything is set up accordingly, otherwise your beer might not turn out all that great in the end.

For the beginners

Belgian Tripel photo by Sarah Postma

If you are a beginner, and want to try something simple at home, then the Robust Porter is the best choice you can make. Not only is it easy to make, but it also has a taste that you can vary with minor alterations. However, expect home-made brews to have a higher content of alcohol in them, so be careful when you are drinking your home-made beers.

For more exquisite taste

Belgian Tripel photo by Sarah Postma

Making a more serious brew can be challenging, which is why you should try out the simpler recipes first, The Belgian Tripel is an easy to make, yet very elegant beer. The good thing about this beer is that you can keep it in a cool and dark place and the beer will age nicely.

Make your beer a different colour

Belgian Tripel photo by Sarah Postma

Beer lovers will know a good brew from a bad one just from the colour of the beer; however, you can play around with the colour of your brew by adding the right ingredient and having the right beer brew supplies. The Hoppy Red Ale is an easier recipe, and you will be able to experiment with the colour of your ale.

Going for a different taste

Stout beers are more demanding to make, but they have a more intriguing taste as well. To make a dry stout you will have to use roasted barley, among other things. Remember that stouts are seasonable beers, and they usually go well together with warm summer nights. This recipe is great for when you decide to go into all-grain brewing.

A more demanding taste

Belgian Tripel photo by Sarah Postma

When you feel that you can tackle more demanding brewing, opt for the American Wheat Ale which has a more citrusy taste to it, but beware, it does require some fair knowledge of brewing. However, brewing is all about experimenting so you should not back down from this intermediate level recipe.

Making it suitable for all

Root beer is an all-time favourite among young and old, and it is not at all hard to make; moreover, you can make it a home project to do with your family. It is a good way to have a drink with your family without having to worry about someone getting drunk.

Homemade brewing

In its core, brewing beer can be boiled down to patience and adding the right ingredients when the time is right. With time, there are many recipes you can try out to get the hang of making them. The most important part about brewing your own beer is to have fun. Experimenting with taste and texture only makes existing recipes even more valuable.

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