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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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Brew in a bag

BIAB is the easiest and usually cheapest way to make an all-grain beer. It is growing in popularity because it is simpler and quicker than other methods of all-grain brewing and requires only one vessel, meaning it needs less investment and less room.

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Adding hops and grain

Once you've become comfortable with making simple kit beers from a can of concentrate, adding hops or grain to your brews is great way to enhance or change kit beers with little effort.

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