Product: The Guide to Kegging Your Homebrew
Where to Buy: Keg Your Homebrew
My Rating: 9/10
Once you make the online purchase (a secure purchase through clickbank) you’ll be able to download the ebook. You will then be able to read it on any device you’d like, and have all of the information with you wherever you are kegging your beer.
Depending on how frequently you make beer, and the quantity that you make, you may want to look into kegging your beer instead of bottling it. With kegging, you don’t have to worry about sanitizing a bunch of bottles for every new batch, you don’t have to worry about where to store all of your bottles during the carbonation process, and you don’t have to go through the process of capping all of those bottles.
Yes, kegging your beer can get pricey, but the time and effort it can save you may be worth the cost. If you’re interested, even slightly, in kegging your beer, then this book is for you.
In The Guide to Kegging Your Homebrew, you’ll learn everything that you need to know to keg your beer. They cover everything from the equipment that you need to keg your beer and re-using equipment to best practices/techniques for kegging your beer and what not to do.
The team over at The Brewers Apprentice are a group of experienced brewers who have made and kegged over 50,000 batches of beer, so they definitely know what they’re talking about; and they have put all of their knowledge into this book to truly create a complete guide for all of your kegging needs.
You’ll also learn which type of draft system would be perfect for you. Whether you have a few friends over every once-in-a-while to try your beer or you have a full-on bar in your mancave, you’ll learn what setup will work best.
As I mentioned before, kegging your beer can be pricey, initially, and you definitely want to be sure that you’re getting everything that you need so you don’t ruin your batch in the process. Taking the time to go through this book before you begin will make it so that you don’t make any costly mistakes.
If you’re already experienced in kegging your beer, you can still get something out of The Guide to Kegging your Homebrew. You’ll learn some techniques that you may not have known. You’ll also be able to see if you’re doing anything wrong that, if fixed, can greatly improve your kegging experience.
Overall, if you’re making large volumes of beer, and you’re tired of sanitizing and capping bottles, this is the book for you. You’ll learn everything that you need to know to get your beer kegged and best ways to dispense it. Because this book is less than $15 and the fact that you’ll get instant access to it, I say this is a book that no home brewer should pass up.
If you own this book and have any opinions on it, or if you just want to say hey and brag about your beer, go ahead and let us know in the comments. I know, personally, I love hearing from you guys!
As always, I wish you the best with your home brewing, and kegging!