My house is already cluttered with gallons of wine, mead & cider in every corner and I just got started. The guys at my local brewing supply shop are starting to know me.
I am truly captivated by homebrewing! I may need help
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Homebrew sensibly my friend...
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Also another piece of advice is to buy once, cry once. I went through 2 or 3 inferior and inadequate setups due to lack of spending money and my excitement when starting out.
It was very wasteful...I still have most of it and it never gets touched because it was eventually replaced with a proper setup.
Anyway that's my thoughts on the matter.
Ignore all these guys.... go buy the coolest gadgets and the biggest pots and have a crap load of fun for the next few years. After that you'll settle in and sell a bunch of crap on eBay and kijiji. those funds will buy grain. Life is good...please drive thru
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