Homebrewing Equipment
In this video, we’ll give you a crash course of everything you need to know to get started all-grain brewing. We’ll talk about the equipment you need and how you use it to make beer using a gravity-fed setup with Northern Brewer’s All-Grain Starter Kit.

The all-grain brewing method we’ll show you in this video is called a single-step infusion mash. This means we’re going to hold the mash at one temperature the entire time to convert the starches into sugars. There are more advanced mashing schedules out there where you hold the mash at different temperatures for different amounts of time; we recommend you learn those after mastering the single-step infusion mash.

Northern Brewer All-Grain Starter Kits
https://www.northernbrewer.com/collections/all-grain-starter-kits

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