Brewing with Brett Shegogue
Brewing with Brett Shegogue
This is the first article in a series entitled 'Brewing with Brett.' The series will detail Brett's approach and execution of brewing a batch of all-grain beer. Almost every aspect of crafting a brew can be dissected and ...
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Going from Hot to Cold: Transition like a Boss
Going from Hot to Cold: Transition like a Boss
What's the most precarious stage of homebrewing? To me, it's going from the hot side to the cold side. That all important period between the end of the boil and the start of fermentation.I call it The Transition.On the f ...
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Craft The Perfect Draft - Grow Your Own
Craft The Perfect Draft - Grow Your Own
When planning to brew an Irish Red Ale a few weeks ago I decided to use White Labs WLP004 - Irish Ale Yeast to ferment it, that is until I found out my LHBS had none in stock. After investing so much time in formulating t ...
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To the New Brewer - How Excellent Mentorship Sparked My Love for Brewing
To the New Brewer - How Excellent Mentorship Sparked My Love for Brewing
A year ago, I had no idea how beer, whiskey, or wine were made. Nor did I really care. All I knew was that, come the typical Saturday night, my wife and I were likely visiting our local supermarket to pick up a six-pack o ...
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Brew & A: Thad "GilaMinumBeer" Johnson
Brew & A: Thad "GilaMinumBeer" Johnson
Knowledge is a funny thing. It has so many ways of being conveyed, so many methods of entering our consciousness that we rarely note them.Beer is one the holders of knowledge that rarely gets noted. Not its impact, who d ...
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Lambic, Sour, and Funky Mead Making - Part 1
Lambic, Sour, and Funky Mead Making - Part 1
I've began to compile the things I know on alternative fermentations in mead making. And by that, I mean meads infected with the likes of brettanomyces, lactobacillus, and pediococcus. I'll continue to add more parts as ...
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The Brewmasters: Jeremy Marshall - Lagunitas
The Brewmasters: Jeremy Marshall - Lagunitas
You are part of a family and legacy of brewing that extends past time immemorial. Since we learned we could take grains, water, and yeast, and turn them into beer we've been trading, training, and enjoying the company of ...
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DIY Chillers on a Budget -  Counter-Flow Chiller
DIY Chillers on a Budget - Counter-Flow Chiller
We all know the economy is bad and everybody is broke. Does that mean it's gonna stop us from brewing? HELL NO! So why waste $150 on a Counter-flow Wort Chiller from your local home brew shop, when you can build your own ...
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There's Nothin' to it but to Brew It! Developing your own Homebrew Recipes
As you progress in homebrewing you will likely find yourself wanting to move away from the normal kit beers, and wanting create a beer of your own. Recipe development can be fun and very rewarding there is nothing like ta ...
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How to Best Utilize HomeBrewTalk
How to Best Utilize HomeBrewTalk
So here we find ourselves again, delving into the countless threads and articles on HomeBrewTalk. We all have our reasons... Some of us are new to brewing and are scrambling to absorb every bit of knowledge possible befor ...
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