Home Beer Brewing
If you aren’t patient, then don’t even try to do any home beer brewing. You won’t make it. If you try to do home beer brewing and you aren’t patient, then you will never let it sit long enough. You’ll always take it out too early and it’ll be horrible. Then, you’ll try to give it away to people and they’ll think it’s gross too. Leave home beer brewing to the professionals. What does it take to be a professional? You just need to not be impatient.
There are a lot of people out there who waste money on home beer brewing supplies. They think they are saving money, but they are actually just wasting it. This is because they do not know how to actually brew the beer. They just think they need to get the stuff from the recipe, throw it in a keg, and then wait a few hours. People like this can never wait long enough for the beer to be ready. They ruin perfectly good ingredients. I mean, beer is just a bunch of ingredients that have rotted. It’s pretty hard to screw something up when all you have to do is wait for it to rot. Still, there are plenty of people out there who find a way to mess up home beer brewing.
Brewing your own home brew is work. Some people will say it’s a lot of fun, but it’s not just fun. It’s real work that you have to do. Sometimes work involves waiting for something to happen. If you aren’t waiting, then you aren’t working. Remember, patience is a virtue. Although, I’m pretty sure drinking beer is not a virtue.
If you have trouble waiting for things to happen, then you have a problem with patience. Luckily, there are ways to be able to increase your level of patience. This will help you be better at home beer brewing. What you need to do is learn how to breathe. Now, I know you already know how to breathe enough to stay alive. Sometimes that’s not enough. Sometimes you have to breathe more than that. You have to breathe until you can really focus on what’s important. You have to see beyond what you think you want now, and forward to a time when you can have it if you’re patient. Then, you will be able to be patient.
Patient people can be excellent at home beer brewing. When they look at their bottles of brewing beer, they see something that will only truly exist if they are patient. They do not recognize things as a reality before they are ready. This is what makes them so good at being patient. You would be more patient if you realized that things do not even exist until they are ready.
So, now you know the value of patience, maybe you will be better at home beer brewing. Just don’t take it out too early. If you do, don’t say I didn’t warn you.