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The Mans Cave was a concept originated long before my time. The men in my family have always had their place of solitude where men could be men and there was no questioning. I now live the city life which means the man cave has been greatly reduced in size. That brought me to create an internet based man cave where all men can join in. Whether geek, gamer, jock, fitness, brewer, BBQ-er, or just looking for a place to read about manly news, you will find a home in the Man Cave

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Thursday, February 24, 2011

Why Brew Your Own Beer?

For many guys, beer drinking is something that isn't really thought about.  "Give me the coldest beer you have and pour it into a frosty mug!"  In many cases, there is nothing wrong with that.  After mowing the lawn, playing in a men's church league, or when cramming pizza in your mouth while playing COD online are all great times to slurp on a icy cold Coors Light.  However, if you have ever noticed, there really isn't any flavor in those lawnmower beers.  Enter a whole new world: the never-ending supply of craft beer!  Craft beer in the US has exploded onto the grocery store shelves, and for good reason! The brewers crafting these beers really know what they are doing, and the flavor in these brews is incomparable with any other commercial brew out there.  The one downside to craft brew: the price tag.  The cost of craft brew is sometimes staggering, and coming from experience it's a lot easier to spend $6 on a six-pack of Bud/Miller/Coors than to unload $15 on a six-pack from the likes of Dogfish Head!  So now guys are in their man cave stuck between the idea of drinking flavorless beer and paying over $2 a beer.  What could possibly be the solution?  Homebrew!  For less than $10 in supplies and about $20 in reusable equipment, you can be brewing your very own 3 gallon batch of homebrew!  Since 3 gallons makes about 30 beers your talking about making your own, high quality brew that is cheaper than Bud, Miller, or Coors!  While there are many homebrew supply stores out there, both online and in the real world, if you stay tuned for the next few weeks, I'll be showing you a detailed step-by-step process of crafting your own brew, of which you will be sure to want to show off to your friends! Welcome to your new addiction of homebrewing!


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