Around ten years ago I gave home brewing a try in my parents garage, the setup was very simple and consisted of the basics such as plastic buckets, syphons, tap water, etc. The beer produced was of a poor quality but the process was fun. Now that I have my own place with a bit of space I decided to give it another go, however this time with a slightly better setup.
The fermenter I’m using is the “Grainfather Stainless Steel Fermenter”. It has a 25 litre capacity, is made from scratch resistant stainless steel, has handles for easy movement and pre cut holes in the sealable lid for an airlock. On the inside it has litre measurements stamped so you can easily tell how much water you have added.
The stainless steel makes it easy to clean and sterilise between uses which is a bonus. This bit of kit should last a few years with good care and cleaning.Read More