First, refer back to the Simple Beer #1 equipment list, but I also made a filter-holder to make life easier, and stuck a magnetic write on/wipe off sheet to the hood over the stove to keep track of volumes.
I also used two saucepans at once - one 3 litres, one five litres
The recipe I used this time was significantly different:
You can buy all you need online, but I prefer to use local businesses to keep money in the local economy. I've found a supplier called You Can Brew It in Diss, Norfolk. Not a huge range of malts, but enough to experiment for months, and it's easy for me to get to, and they have all the equipment you could possibly need. They also cater for cider and wine making from kits or raw materials.
In the UK, brewing materials are often stocked by "health food shops", although they often restrict their ingredients to pre-packed kits.
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