Tagged: culture

The Greater Culture: Salting, Brining and Aging Cheese

The Greater Culture: Salting, Brining and Aging Cheeses Part 1 (starting equipment, basic processes, making cheese curds): http://www.homebrewtalk.com/culture-cheese-makling-basics.html The HBT Cheese Forum: http://www.homebrewtalk.com/forumdisplay.php?f=130 Before we get too far into more cheese recipes and styles, there are a few more basics to cover. After this, you’ll have a solid groundwork to build your cheese portfolio from…. Read more »

The Greater Culture: Cheese Making Basics

The Greater Culture: Cheese Making Basics Over my years as a home brewer, I’ve found that both myself and many others in the hobby have an insatiable desire to make things themselves. It comes from the deepest part of our genes. It’s in our blood and bones. We all were driven to make things with… Read more »

Collecting Wild Yeast

In the simplest of terms, beer fermentation consists of yeast converting simple sugars into alcohol. There are versions of this process happening all over the world, to all sorts of sugars, by innumerable strains of yeast. What this means for you, is that your local homebrew shop isn’t the only place you can get yeast… Read more »