The History of Homebrewing - Part 1
The History of Homebrewing - Part 1
I love beer (more on this later) and I love history. There have been many times I have gone down the rabbit hole that is Wikipedia and three hours later I find myself on some page about some obscure topic that I'm sure I' ...
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Holiday Spiced Ale
Holiday Spiced Ale
Happy Holidays home brewers! In the "spirits" of the holiday and horrible puns, I'd like to talk about specialty malts that may bring a little cheer to your beer.I recently brewed up a holiday beer myself, usin ...
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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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Home Brew For Heroes - An Introduction
Home Brew For Heroes - An Introduction
Hello Homebrew Talk! Allow me to introduce to you an organization I have had the pleasure to start over the past year and a half. We are called Home Brew for Heroes; a group of homebrewers seeking to show our gratitude to ...
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The Rise Of The Dessert Beer
The Rise Of The Dessert Beer
Good Enough To EatI never thought I would say this, but some of the craft beers that come out sound goodenough to eat...at least for dessert. I am reading in Beer Pulse that Well's and YoungBrewery has created Sticky Toff ...
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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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Cooling Wort Fast Without A Chiller
Cooling Wort Fast Without A Chiller
I use two different methods for cooling 5 gallons of wort down after boiling it. One for summer brewing and one for winter brewing. Neither of these include a wort chiller, as I have not purchased one yet. I thought shari ...
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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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