Brewpub Review: Lagabiere, St-Jean-sur-Richelieu, Quebec
Brewpub Review: Lagabiere, St-Jean-sur-Richelieu, Quebec
You know that brilliant idea that pops up in your mind while you're drinking a pint of your favorite beer, at your favorite pub? Yeah, that's it, the one about going around the country - heck, even other countries! - visi ...
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English base malt comparison
English base malt comparison
I recently became curious/excited about trying out different English base malts, ever since I tried some fabulous English style beers that I found out were brewed with Optic as the base malt.I very often will experiment ...
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Ice Concentration, Separation, Refermentation, & Resurrection
Ice Concentration, Separation, Refermentation, & Resurrection
Over 2 years ago I brewed a beer that I intended to be fashioned after Dogfish Head's World Wide Stout. I brewed a big R.I.S. to around 1.100 and pitched it on top of an enormous yeast cake of 1056. I followed the standar ...
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Cheapest Way To Make Cider
Cheapest Way To Make Cider
Hello all! I'm new to this whole homebrewing thing, and I'm also a starving college student in the midst of his undergrad program. As such, and as someone that highly enjoys the sport of drinking, one night my friend and ...
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Zero To Sixty In Eight Months
Zero To Sixty In Eight Months
I have been a craft beer fanatic for most of my adult life. I remember when I paid a whole seven dollars for a six-pack of Sam Adams Boston Lager, and my mind was blown. If I had all of the money I spent on craft beer in m ...
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Temperature Issues Beyond Reason
Temperature Issues Beyond Reason
Early this morning I brewed a Chocolate Oatmeal Stout. This is the first 12-gallon batch on "my" system. I possess a 14.5 gallon conical fermenter, so why not fill it? Since it was my first big batch, it was not ...
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My First Year
My First Year
This morning I walked in to my "brew (fermentation) room", the fourth bedroom filled with accumulated junk, elated with the very lovely aroma of beer brewing only to find that the ceiling and walls were covered ...
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My First Mead
My First Mead
My name is Christopher J. A. Saint Germain. I am a photojournalist for the Army National Guard. I have been in the active military for most of my adult life and never have had the chance to start brewing. I've never lived ...
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Brew Like Jazz
Brew Like Jazz
Have you ever considered how much jazz and brewing have in common?Both are art forms that evoke a sensory reaction across the spectrum from unpalatable to exquisite. Both are robust enough to invest decades into their stu ...
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Comparing Two-Row and Six Row
Comparing Two-Row and Six RowIt seems to me that a lot of homebrewers stay away from using 6-row barley as a base-malt, but the question is, do they know why? There seems to be a near ubiquitous lack of knowledge as to th ...
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