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How to select the ideal glass bottles for your homebrew

1 November 2018
Tags: glass bottles, homebrew

If you’ve put time and energy into creating your own homebrew then finding the perfect glass bottles to present, and store, it in is essential. There are a number of important elements involved in finding the ideal glass bottles for your homebrew, including quality, aesthetics and how well the bottle is suited to what’s inside it. If you’re keen to make sure you make the perfect choice then these are the decisions that are involved.

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Tips for the new homebrewer to get started

25 May 2018
Tags: homebrew, glass bottles, beer

The art of homebrewing has widespread appeal. It’s not just about being able to circumvent the cost of buying in beer and ale but also having more control over what you drink, in terms of taste and quality. Plus, it’s a skill that, once learned, can be enjoyed by family and friends and one that many people pass on to the next generation. If you’re keen to get started as a homebrewer for the first time then these are our key tips.

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How to: Start homebrewing as a new hobby

8 December 2017
Tags: homebrewing, how to, glass jars

The New Year is the perfect opportunity to start a new hobby. So, as 2018 approaches, if you’ve ever thought about homebrewing then this might be the perfect time to start planning your first batch. There are lots of reasons why you might want to consider getting into the world of homebrewing. From adding another string to your bow, to the delicious beer you can produce, there are some obvious benefits to doing this for yourself, which is why homebrewing is so popular in the UK.

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Homebrewing beer for beginners: What do you need?

16 May 2017
Tags: homebrew

If you’re a new homebrewer or considering trying your hand at homebrewing, there are a number of things that you will need. Having the right equipment can help your brew to turn out great, so it’s important to source as much of these things as possible. Whilst some items are standard and easy to find, some are more specialised and require some research to find the right choice.

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3 ways keep your homebrew packaging environmentally friendly

3 January 2017
Tags: homebrew

Every year, around 1/3 of household waste is made up of different packaging elements, a huge volume of which is food and drinks packaging. To some level, packaging contributes to the safe, hygienic transportation of goods, and this is something you will need to consider as a homebrewer or small business if you want to gift or sell your beverages. However, there is now a greater awareness of sustainability and our personal responsibility to provide packaging that is environmentally friendly. Here are 3 ways that you can keep your homebrew packaging as green as possible:

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