Let's Brew Some Beer!!!

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  1. DutchEwald

    DutchEwald New Member

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    Hey Everyone; long time looker here...
    Been making my own for awhile, thought it's long over due to stop in and say hello.
    I'm not your typical brewer, as there is not a HBS nearby, and since are neighbors are farmers, I use what is grown locally for most of my brews. Usually I malt, and then either crystal, or roast some of the grains depending on the style of beer I'm shooting for... I have a self built 3 tier semi gravity system. Seems to produce a decent brew, the ones whom have tasted any of my brews don't seem to complain. :)
     
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    Craigerrr Well-Known Member

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    Welcome to Brewers Friend!
     
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    Cheers Mate yeah they'll never complain while free beer is on tap;).
     
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    Welcome!
     
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    Welcome!

    Now that's homebrewing: Visit the farmer to pick up some barley, malt it yourself, then brew it. It couldn't be fresher unless you took the brew kettle into the middle of the field...
     

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