10 Reasons Why You Should Start Brewing Beer At Home Part 2
Continue to the previous part, here are the last 5 reasons why you really need to dip into a totally interesting task: making draft beer at home yourself!
6. You’ll Appreciate Beer More
Making beer requires patience and knowledge. Thus, when you start doing this job, you may find lots of using knowledge around beer. Learning the processes, along with the blood, sweat, and tears that goes into making good beer will expand your world. You’ll appreciate great beer more and learn what might happen when this world is running out of a wonderful drink like this. You’ll learn what processes and ingredients create different flavors and feel respected for those are working in the beer-making industry.
7. Good for Your Health
There is no doubt that drinking too much beer may affect your health in a negative way. However, the health benefits of beer in moderation has been proven. Beer contains antioxidants, fiber, protein, vitamin B, and is one of the richest sources of silicon. These nutrients come from the ingredients used in the beer. Moreover, when making beer yourself, you can pay more attention to the ingredients and make the healthiest beer for yourself.
Brew at home and you’re in charge. You can experiment in avenues that never make it to the commercial shelves. You can also do more jobs with your beer. You can purchase one of the best kegerators in the market to support your experimentation. Love a particular brew from a particular company, odds are you can find a clone recipe for that specific beer somewhere online, and you’ll be able to make it cheaper then you can buy it.
Knowing what makes great beer and being able to replicate the process is empowering. You can go home after a long day at work pull a beer from the fridge and enjoy something you’ve made. You can go to a pub have a beer and taste discerningly, knowing that if you really wanted to you could go home and work up an exact replication or make some slight change. Homebrewing is freeing. You are no longer tied to what’s available on the shelves or in the brewpub.
10. Fun with New Friends
You’d be hard put to find a town without some sort of homebrewing club. This is a social hobby and these guys and gals love beer and love helping others start their own brewing journey. If you have questions or need a little help with a process there is no better place to seek answers. A great way to shorten your brew day is to brew with a friend. You can share a beer or two, along with the work; talk, joke and before you know it the brew will be in the in the fermenter and you’ll be raising a toast to a brew day well done. You really have no excuses now do you?
It is a hobby that can be easy, healthy, ever-changing, cheap, innovating, and friendly. What more could you ask for out of a hobby? It’s time to get out there and brew something!
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