All-grain brewing can be a complex subject, but the basic idea is straightforward. And, you can dive in and learn the practical aspects of all-grain brewing at home before tackling the more technical stuff. We’ll show you how.
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Five-gallon (19-L) batches have long been the standard for homebrewers, but there are some real advantages to brewing smaller all-grain batches. Whether as your primary system or to use as a “pilot” system, brewing batches of a gallon (3.8 L) or so requires little space and encourages experimentation with minimal risk.
pH plays a role in every step of the brewing process — from the time you mash in, all the way through to the final beer that fills the glass. Take a closer look at pH throughout the brewing process.