How to Make a Brick in Minecraft

Bricks are one of the most aesthetically unique blocks in Minecraft. There are multiple usages of bricks such as:

  • Making blocks from bricks.
  • Making flower pots etc., from bricks.
  • Anything that follows the modern style is constructed with bricks.
  • Make towers, houses, and other decorative structures.
  • Make an excellent non-flammable fireplace.

So it is always good to have bricks in the inventory while playing cervical mode in Minecraft. If you always want to create bricks in your Minecraft world, this article is only for you. In this article, we will explain the easiest way to make bricks in Minecraft.

How to Make a Brick in Minecraft

Making bricks is easy, but you require proper items to make bricks quickly. Here are the items you will need:

Name Crafting Table Clay Fuel (Coal/Lava) Furnace
Quantity 1 3 1 1

The brick recipe includes clay, so you get the clay easily from underwater. The clay blocks look like this:

Please make sure you use the shovel to easily get the clay out from the underwater. Once you get the clay, please place it in the Furnace with the fuel to get the bricks.

In a furnace, some furnace fuel is kept at the bottom while the clay is held at the top. We can use any lava bucket, coal, or wood as fuel here.

We have to wait till the arrow mark is entirely white and enlarged. After this, brick is produced on the right side of the Furnace slot.

In this way, we successfully made bricks in Minecraft. Once it is made, we can add the brick to our inventory after it comes out of the furnace slot.

In a Nutshell

In the current state of Minecraft, bricks are somewhat limited for utility purposes. Nevertheless, bricks are used somewhere in the construction of any building or object. Only blocks of bricks are used to make any building neat and clean. Keeping this primary objective in mind, we explain how to make brick in Minecraft in this article. For players who have just started playing Minecraft, this article will prove to be incredibly helpful. We hope you will make significant buildings from this article by making bricks well.

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Prateek Jangid

A passionate Linux user for personal and professional reasons, always exploring what is new in the world of Linux and sharing with my readers.