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    California Anvil Kettle & SS Brew Bucket —- LA

    I bought both items new within the last 6 months, but recently made decision to quit drinking. Both items are unused. I am in Los Angeles and prefer pick up at this point. Thanks- For Sale: Anvil 5.5 Gal Kettle = $90 SS Brew Bucket 3.5 Gal = $100 For those looking to do small...
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    The 3 Square Meter Brewery

    Okay, you live in an apartment; But what if you don’t want to have to brew in the kitchen and hide away your toys afterward? What if you wanted to have a dedicated home brewery? That’s my case. We live in a flat. Luckily we have two restrooms – one is supposed to be a ‘guest’ restroom, though we...
  3. J

    Which is Right for You? BIAB or Extract

    Extract brewing can be achieved in a smaller kettle, and only steeping grains for color and flavor are needed (in addition to your malt extract). I’ve been brewing now for what I consider some time--around 2 years--but I’ve done many batches. I believe that’s where the experience comes and not...
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    BIAB like a BOSS

    I began my home-brewing career a little over a year ago and have to admit, I am completely hooked on the art and science of the craft. I am fortunate in that an ex-roommate of mine some years back was a keen brewer, allowing me to assist and enjoy the fruits of his labors. This provided me with...
  5. J

    I Brew in a Land Down Under

    Image courtesy Wikipedia We are a pretty diverse bunch here down under as we range from brewing on a stove, 2 pot lauter (http://aussiehomebrewer.com/topic/60922-2-pot-stovetop-ag-with-lauter/?p=858775). A group of us a few years back refined and furthered the BIAB process, which now has folks...
  6. D

    BIAB Brewing Primer for Beginners

    Brew -in-a-bag (BIAB) is a full-volume, all-grain brewing process using a single kettle. The appeal of BIAB brewing to me is the great quality beer that you can make using a very simple process. In fact, if you stick with the basics, you could start brewing BIAB without ever brewing extract. So...
  7. K

    Cheap and Easy All-Grain Backyard BIAB

    I, like many other home brewers, began my journey 9 years ago with a standard home brewing starter kit. I brewed only extract beers and infrequently at that. Later, I began to use steeping grains and spices, but my brewing remained very basic. My job, then and now, has required a lot of travel...
  8. J

    Recirculating Electric BIAB setup

    I started thinking about brewing indoors after my first brew, which happened on a pretty chilly Chicago winter night. I really enjoyed that brew day, and most of the brew days after, however I wanted a setup I could really call my own. After several nights browsing through electrical diagrams...
  9. D

    Water Requirements for BIAB Brewing

    The beauty of brew-in-a-bag (BAIB) is its simplicity and great results you can get from this easy all-grain home brewing method. It's the natural "next step" that extract brewers can take to get their brewing to the next level. For those who don't know much about BIAB or all-grain brewing in...
  10. J

    Recirculating Electric BIAB setup

    I started thinking about brewing indoors after my first brew, which happened on a pretty chilly Chicago winter night. I really enjoyed that brew day, and most of the brew days after, however I wanted a setup I could really call my own. After several nights browsing through electrical diagrams...
  11. D

    Water Requirements for BIAB Brewing

    The beauty of brew-in-a-bag (BAIB) is its simplicity and great results you can get from this easy all-grain home brewing method. It's the natural "next step" that extract brewers can take to get their brewing to the next level. For those who don't know much about BIAB or all-grain brewing in...
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