And finally; When you want to have a full bodied home brew, the recommendation by many is to use the low attenuation yeast strain. If you use this for home brewing, then this will only consume a small amount of complex sugar. And the end result will be a high final gravity- which means that home brew is more full bodied. Now the stoppers may come in different sizes as well, and choose depending on the size of the carboy. The airlock. This implement is used in conjunction with the carboy stopper. Now there are two types of locks that you can use. The first one is called the air lock type one, and the second is the type 2 air lock. In places where the whether is extremely cold, you will need belt heaters to maintain the required fermentation temperature, like wise you need also chillers or coolers in places where the whether is extremely hot. Other uses of these devices are for quick and easy cooling and heating purposes during the whole process of brewing to fermentation. All of these ions have something to say on the final product. And since these ions are critical, it is always a good move to research on the composition of water. And this can be done by asking for a report from the local water utility. If one or more of these ions are present in high amount in the local water, then you can always 'adjust' the content of the local water for brewing. The cost for ingredients may shoot up depending on the kind and the quality of beer that you would like to brew. Is home brewing a profitable hobby? At the start expect that you will not get anything in return save for the pleasure of tasting your first brew. But as you go on with hobby, you can start to recoup the costs invested in the hobby. The process is much simpler than what you think, and this is the main reason why home brewers are on the rise in the United States and in many countries. Several equipment for use in home brewing are on the rise, and there is a growing of materials available online ready to be downloaded. Now, it's easier to concoct your own brew.