In this episode, we discuss brewing your best beers with a limited amount of space and gear. Maybe you live in an apartment and can’t use a burner on your deck. Or maybe you have no space for a temp controlled space, but want to make better beers. Maybe you have a full house and garage with no place for beer or gear, but you really want to brew more often. Maybe you just want a variety of beer styles AND the ability to store them. We hear about problems like that all the time from folks coming in the shop. And there’s almost always a way to get what you want.

There are brewers who have a large amount of space and funding for their hobby that still managed to run out of space for their brewing. There are also brewers who live in efficiency apartments that get more out of their beer and processes than the guys with everything they need and then some. It's very much possible to work out a way to get what you want, you will just need to work at it. 

So, from small 1 or 2 gallon batches, Brew in a Bag (BIAB) methods, homemade swamp coolers and fermentation chambers, to the Grainfather, just think about what you need, what you want, and the best ways to make it happen. You can do it.

Thanks again for listening to another episode of Come and Brew It Radio! Please send any ideas for or comments about the show to info@texasbrewinginc.com