Bottles of beer

Home Brewing

By: Dan Stewart
November 19, 2018

Relax, don't worry, have a homebrew!

Before your Brew

Day of the Brew

The day of the brew, "relax, don't worry, have a homebrew".

Don't let the huge list of things to do stress you out. Enjoy the process. You are brewing beer!


After steeping

Dog Treats

The Boil





Bottles of beer


After cold conditioning in the fridge for a week, I opened my first bottle of homebrew on April, 12th, 2013. There was some sediment at the bottom of the bottle, but that is normal.

You should open a bottle of homebrew in a sink just in case it's over-carbonated.

Pour with vigor into the glass! The sediment should stick to the bottom if the bottle is still cold.

After pouring, save and clean the bottle for the next brew.

Some beers taste better with time. Our Crimson Hefeweizen didn't start tasting really great until it was about four months old. Our Belgian Tripel took 6 months before we let other people try it.