Making your own beer at home and filling it into your brand new keg can sound like a daunting task, but with a few easy steps and a bit of patience you can be enjoying your very own beer in just a couple of weeks.
Kombucha is a source of probiotics and antioxidants that can reduce the risk of heart disease and allegedly even lower the risk of cancer. No wonder it has become one of today's most popular healthy drinks. The downside: if mistakes are made during the Kombucha brewing process, the drink not only loses its promised health benefits but can also harm it.
Learn how to bottle beer from a keg without using a counter pressure bottle filler. We take a look at 2 cheap and effective methods that can be used to bottle beer for parties, gifts and competitions. Check it out!
Ten sustainable homebrewing tips to help you brew environmentally friendly beer at home. Make the most of your spent grain, cut water wastage, re-use yeast and many more ideas that can save you money, and reduce your beer's carbon footprint, pint after pint.
Kegging your homebrew is great but it isn't always plain sailing. In this guide, we take a look at the 3 most common kegerator problems and show you what causes them and how to fix them. Enjoy the perfect pint each and every time.