- 6.5 gallon plastic fermenter (bucket)
- 6.5 gallon plastic secondary fermentor (bucket with spigot)
- 3 or 4 gallon pot to boil the wort in
- long spoon
- thermometer, the kind that clips to the side of the pot
- air lock
- wort chiller (not necessary, but, saves you lots of time)
- deep sink or sink with hose
- "One Step" Sanitizer
- 53 or so 12 oz bottles
- 4 feet or so of plastic tubing (3/8 outside diameter I think)
- racking cane ( tube with simple shield on bottom to limit sediment transfer)
- bottling cane ( tube with valve on the end )
- clip to hold racking cane on the side of the bucket
- Plus the stuff that typically comes with ingredient kits.
- Grain steeping bag
- Malt extract
- Crushed grain
- Priming sugar
- Bottle caps
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Monday, August 15, 2005
Basic Brewing Equipment
Here is what I use to make 5 gallons of beer (actually a little less). I just asked the person at the home brew store what I needed and he set me up.
Written by Adam at Monday, August 15, 2005
Categories: Brewing Beer
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