All-Grain brewing simply means brewing beer straight from grain instead of using pre-made barley extracts. It is considered to be an advanced form of beer brewing that most brewers don’t attempt until they have made several successful batches using extracts.
If you are considering making the jump to All-Grain Brewing, then this week we are going to get into the concept of the "Mash".
Mashing is the process of extracting simple sugars from barley. This is the first step in the process of brewing your own beer directly from grain, and most brewers consider it the most important.
Want to know more? Read our article: All-Grain Homebrewing Instructions: The Mash