Clean your homebrewing equipment properly or your beer will be hideous. Your beer will suck and you’ll stop getting invited to BBQs. It’s that simple.
When I first started homebrewing, my taste in beer was more mainstream. As I moved deeper into the world of homebrew, I began to try and love new styles of beer.
In particular, I started to love hoppy beer. The problem was that if I made kit homebrew, there wasn’t much hop character. As in none.
Luckily I soon discovered that through a few simple tricks, homebrewers can make hoppy kit beers.