I have been homebrewing since July 2010. I do allgrain batches, 37 so far. Homebrewing is without a doubt my favorite and longest lasting hobby. I am interested in sharing Homebrew info and ideas with other brewers. I am in Eastvale/Corona.
If you are the type who likes to understand what it is you are doing at each step and why and if you are the handy and frugal type I would suggest reading palmers how to brew for free on his website howtobrew.com and then use the information you learn there to design your own brewing setup. But if you are the type that likes to do step one step two etc and then your done and you don't really care how you got to the end result then Check out the kits and such at the above mentioned sites. Good luck.
all grainer, for an indeterminate number of years. I'd love to get back into partial mashes for a few quick brewdays now and then, but i looked up the price of extract and YIKES! I'll stick to my bulk grain until i win the lotto.