Originally Posted by birdley123
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Some common brewing terms:
Liquor: water used in the brewing process.
Wort (pronounced 'wert'): water with malt sugars and hops added to it.
Sweet wort: water with malt sugars added to it but no hops yet.
Trub (pronounced 'troob'): the protein / yeast / hop gunk left over from the brewing process.
Pitch (as in pitching yeast): Add.
Beer: Wort that has had alcohol added to it through the fermentation process.
Krausen (pronounced 'croyzen'): The foamy stuff on top of fermenting beer.
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