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Cleaning and sanitation

Rogue microbes are the biggest enemies of all brewers, closely followed by dirty equipment. Keeping your equipment clean and ensuring good sanitation when brewing gives you the best chance of making great-tasting beer.

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Whirlpooling

If you're an all-grain or partial mash brewer, after the boil there will be a large amount of coagulated proteins and hops in the wort that you need to separate before transferring the wort to the fermenter or cooling cube.

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Aeration

In the phase immediately after the yeast is added to the sweet wort, it needs to multiply to ensure a good fermentation. To do this effectively it needs oxygen.

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