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I made homemade brew for about 10 years. But over the years more and more good beers, and micro-brews, have become available. So I have converted my equipment to wine making. Wine is actually easier to do, since the temperature and time is less critical.Speaking of which I need a beer growler refill.
One of the pain in the necks of starting to brew is the two cases of beer bottles to acquire and sterilize. Consider using 2-liter soda bottles. They're free if you buy soda, work just fine, are easy to clean after you empty the soda, and it takes only 10 of them for a 5-gallon batch. A bonus is you can tell when the beer is properly carbonated by squeezing them. If you continue long-term you'll probably want to go to 5 gallon soda kegs or something similar.
And the problem there is? I just bought 2 cases of good beer and saved the bottles after I drank the beer.
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