Mod edit: here is the pdf link with photos. I did this on a tablet, if the link isn't hot, I'll edit on a pc when I can: http://aussiehomebrewer.com/index.php?app=core&module=attach§ion=attach&attach_id=37683 Recently, I showed a friend how I do All Grain brewing and he was astounded at how simple and inexpensive it was. So I thought I'd put it online for those who want to have a go, but are reluctant to buy the gear. It's a good way to see if AG works for you because you have most of the gear already. If you have a big stock pot you'll only need to buy a meter or two of Swiss Voile and a candy thermometer. Geared up. This is a real AG brew - of only 9 liters, which is great for those starting out, because it means a higher turnover; things are learned quicker, and you don't get stuck with large amounts of "practice beer"... I've made this 9L (a carton; 24 stubbies; 12 tallies) for about $6. My goal here is to not use any "brewing words". Let's get into it. I've got 2kg of Aussie ale malt and whacked it through the coffee grinder. It takes about ten minutes to process (I take it to a fine flour because I'm brewing in a bag). You can buy this grain for $60 for 25kg. That's $2.20 a kg. And here's 100g of carapils, 50g of carared and 20g of carafa 3 ... the carapils gives foam, the carared maltiness and the carafa colour and a nuttiness. So we'd better put some water on the stove. Here's about 10 liters in a 15L pot of hot tap water being brough up to temp.