For many years I have wanted to be able to can my homebrewed beer and now I “can”. A few months ago I received a 225 series All-American Can Sealer as a gift. My model seals 12oz or 16oz aluminum cans. I have tried canning a few times so far, but I am definitely still learning how to use it.
A great gift from my wife, Ducklamp Brewing Company tap handles! (photo)
When you are working from homebrew kits, they come with directions. If you follow the directions and make the beer as intended, not too much record keeping is required. The only thing that you need to write down is the original gravity (OG) and the final gravity (FG) so that you can calculate how much alcohol is in the beer.
When my wife and I first started brewing beer about 15 years ago we worked with homebrew kits containing a few simple ingredients. These ingredients included a couple cans of malt extract syrup and some hops. From these kits we made a couple of decent drinkable beers including a red ale and an IPA.
I enjoy these older ads because they are about the message and do not rely on just pictures to sell the car. The text of this ad states: In a Nation of Engineers, Bad Cars Don’t Sell. In Sweden, precision
The title of this ad states:Luxury is Built in. Not Tacked On.