The question is: Is homebrewing safe or dangerous and can kill you?
When making craft beer at home, many new brewers are concerned about the risks of drinking home-brewed brew and whether it’s safe. But drinking homebrew is the same as cooking within the home kitchen. Despite being 100% safe, some stigma surrounds homebrewing and the notion that it could be a risk. Let me explain why this stigma exists and how it is safe.
If you simultaneously consume excessive amounts of alcohol, such as 20 beers, it is possible to put yourself at risk of alcohol poisoning. However, this is drinking beer from any source, and it does not matter whether it was made at home or not.
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