Current Mead Making Techniques
Current Mead Making Techniques
Extend the Boil
Extend the Boil
"Ugh, you want me to add another 30 minutes to my brew day?!?"I know...brewing takes a long time already. It eats up the better part of a day. So it's no surprise the thought of extending your boil from 60 minut ...
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Craft The Perfect Draft - Control Your Temperature
Craft The Perfect Draft - Control Your Temperature
When I look back and think about all the hours I've spent reading about beer brewing over the years I can't believe there's still something out there that I haven't tried incorporating into my brewing process yet. One yea ...
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Goose Island
Goose Island's Bourbon County Stout: Brings everyone together on Black Friday!
For most people across the USA, Black Friday means insane lines and shoppers violently jumping over each other to get that flat-screen TV, gaming system or the new cool toy on the cheap. However for the craft beer communi ...
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DIY Wort Chillers on a Budget
DIY Wort Chillers on a Budget
As every brewer knows, a wort chiller is an essential piece of equipment in your homebrewing inventory. Use of a wort chiller can drastically increase the rate at which you chill and decrease the chance of infection befor ...
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Brewing Sake for Beginners
Brewing Sake for Beginners
Hello everyone! Sake is a delicious drink that is drenched in history, strict tradition and touted as having a process that is riddled with complicated steps that is hard to follow. This makes good traditional Sake making ...
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Brew & A: Mike "Stauffbier" Stauffer
Brew & A: Mike "Stauffbier" Stauffer
Why are there so many Texas homebrewers? Home to a significant amount of our community, a couple of the admins included, Texas produces brewers who in turn produce a wealth of information and experience adding to the com ...
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DIY add on for HERMS Brewing Rig
DIY add on for HERMS Brewing Rig
Here's a tale of wort aeration/oxygenation and HERMS build for you. I first started brewing beer using canned syrup in tin cans. It seemed to me that every beer made tasted like metal. So I decided to read and read some m ...
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Unlocking Hop and Fruit Flavors from Glycosides
Unlocking Hop and Fruit Flavors from Glycosides
As a home brewer who loves experimentation, I am always looking for new things to try. So, my ears perked up when I saw a video on Brulosophy about sour beer tasting and they mentioned a Brettanomyces beer that was far ol ...
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Thinking Outside the Box
Thinking Outside the Box
We've all seen them at our local homebrew store; shelves filled with kits, tempting us, "Use me, I'm ready to brew, no thinking required." I heard a fellow homebrewer describe them as Betty Crocker brewing; just ...
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