7 tips for Brewing for 100 Beer Loving Friends and Family
7 tips for Brewing for 100 Beer Loving Friends and Family
It's about time I share with you all the insane brewing schedule I put myself through over the last 9 months. I got married earlier this month (yay!), and from the moment I proposed to my then fiance I knew I was going to ...
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Why brew? A moment for reflection
Why brew? A moment for reflection
Amidst all the DIY brewing projects, recipes, and equipment that one can take up while brewing there is one thing that I consider to be most important, a reason to do it. Why brew at all? This is really a question of moti ...
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It's finally here, the Plastic Big Mouth Bubbler!
A couple of months ago, the Glass Big Mouth Bubbler was released. I was so excited that I sold off my glass carboys and purchased a pair of them immediately. I was, and still am, enamored with these things. The ability to ...
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My First Berliner Weisse
My First Berliner Weisse
I enjoy fermenting all sorts of things other than sweet wort, I make Sauerkraut, dilly beans, sourdough bread. The thought of experimenting with the other cultures adrift in my home has always been around, but I never wan ...
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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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