I am guessing you are talking about equipment. Most online and lhbs will offer starter kits. Look them over, the biggest thing I will say is don't skimp on the brew pot, you will just be buying a new one next year. If money is tighter get a decent kit and a turkey fryer set up, you can go all grain then without buying a new pot. Basic kit should include a fermenting bucket, bottling bucket, cleaning brushes, stiring spoon, termometer, star san, auto siphon, bottling wand, some tubing, airlocks and bungs, capper. Things to add wine thief maybe a carboy if you wanna see the beer as it ferments, a good funnel. Palmers book. bottles, lots of bottles.
Bill from Pa
On Deck: Irish Stout,
Primary: Pumpkin Ale
Completed: Red, Wit and Blue, Irish Stout, Red Ale, German Style Amber Lager, All Grain Brews: Irish Red Ale, American Stout, Honey Weizen