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Why I Became a 1-Gallon Homebrewer — The Kitchn's Beer School

6 Common Questions (and Answers) About Brewing Beer at Home — The Kitchn's Beer School 2015 | The Kitchn

Why I Became a 1-Gallon Homebrewer — The Kitchn's Beer School

6 Common Questions (and Answers) About Brewing Beer at Home — The Kitchn's Beer School 2015 | The Kitchn

Small batch beer brewing. Learn how to brew beer 1 gallon (5 liters) at a time. A true revolution that makes homebrewing easier, more fun and more rewarding

Why I Became a 1-Gallon Homebrewer — The Kitchn's Beer School

Why I Became a 1-Gallon Homebrewer — The Kitchn's Beer School | The Kitchn

Why I Became a 1-Gallon Homebrewer — The Kitchn's Beer School

When I first started brewing beer at home, I was a five-gallon girl — much like most new homebrewers. It's just what you do. But there were drawbacks almost immediately. Brewing this much beer meant clearing out a precious coat closet for storing carboys and bottles, always having a buddy on hand to help lift the heavy (and hot!) pot on and off the stove, and drinking my way through a lot of beer — which might not seem like a bad thing at first, but can get tiresome if your beer proves less…

Why I Became a 1-Gallon Homebrewer — The Kitchn's Beer School

When I first started brewing beer at home, I was a five-gallon girl — much like most new homebrewers. It's just what you do. But there were drawbacks almost immediately. Brewing this much beer meant clearing out a precious coat closet for storing carboys and bottles, always having a buddy on hand to help lift the heavy (and hot!) pot on and off the stove, and drinking my way through a lot of beer — which might not seem like a bad thing at first, but can get tiresome if your beer proves less…

Why I Became a 1-Gallon Homebrewer — The Kitchn's Beer School

Why I Became a 1-Gallon Homebrewer — The Kitchn's Beer School | The Kitchn

Why I Became a 1-Gallon Homebrewer — The Kitchn's Beer School

When I first started brewing beer at home, I was a five-gallon girl — much like most new homebrewers. It's just what you do. But there were drawbacks almost immediately. Brewing this much beer meant clearing out a precious coat closet for storing carboys and bottles, always having a buddy on hand to help lift the heavy (and hot!) pot on and off the stove, and drinking my way through a lot of beer — which might not seem like a bad thing at first, but can get tiresome if your beer proves less…

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