Brew-in-a-bag (BIAB) or “Posebryg” (in danish) is an Australian simplification of home brewing process that allows both brew-time and equipment costs to be lower. It is therefore a well chosen alternative for beginners where the more “normal” home brewing process is a little more time consuming. The version described in this website is even more simplified as we are looking at 5 – 10 Liter All-grain brewing, hence, we can make use of kitchen utensils in a larger scale. So, we shall both bake our beer in the oven, pour it into the sink and cool it in the fridge! Even BIAB can be used also for larger brews than 10L it just get a bit heavy to deal with in and around oven, lifting malt-ball and placing in sink, etc..
About this site!
This homepage was initiated to give the "people in doubt" regarding the complexity of home brewing the necessarily knowledge and push to start brewing. That brewing not necessarily needs to be extremely complicated nor do it involve a lot of equipment/time for a start.