February 2009
Ralph;Feb2009, p114
The article offers tips on fixing a bar and brewing at home at home. First, get good-quality products and raw materials. Cleanliness is also important especially on vessels and bottles. Good yeast management is really important because without good yeast, beer may be compromised. When brewing a kit, go for the cheapest one.


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