Of course you do. The problem is, brewing equipment can be expensive, and that doesn’t take into account the ingredients you’ll need. My Old Kentucky Homebrew estimates it’s up to $200 to get started with just a minimal home brewing setup.
Well, now beer has its answer to Kickstarter.com — it’s CrowdBrewed.com. Our pals over at WeeklyPint reports that if you’ve a grand idea for a homebrew, and your friends and family are on board, you can do what bands often do when they want to finance an album: Ask for help.
Hey, if you think you can make a saisson that will change the world, and 20 of your best beer-geek friends are behind you, it will be worth it to promise those folks the first pints, right?