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  1. Orionslove

    Aroma fades away by itself ?!

    I dry hopped a beer in the primary fermenter with the 'magnet' method, putting the hop and a piece of metal into a hop bag, then let it stay on the wall of the primary fermenter with a piece of magnet. I only let the hop bag drop into the beer when it stops bubbling, so that I can avoid oxygen...
  2. A

    10 Tips To Optimize Dry Hop Aroma

    Crave that pungent hop aroma in your IPAs and Pale Ales? Enjoy coating your nostrils with sticky hop goodness? Want to achieve the dry hop character of The Alchemist's Heady Topper in your own beer? Below are 10 things you can do to enhance the aroma of your hop-forward beers. 1 - Use pellets...
  3. beervoid

    Is a yeast starter an accurate representation of yeast aroma and flavor?

    I've been making yeast starters and IIaleays decant and taste them. I do this to check if anything might be wrong with the yeast but also to get an idea of the flavor and aroma. What surprised me is that the difference for the yeasts I've used so far are very very minimal. I always have the...
  4. Metalhead_brewer

    Okra in Wheat beer improves stability and aroma characteristics

    Some years ago i used to play a MMORPG called WoW and in the game a Dwarf gives you a quest where you have to find okra to brew a special beer, back in those days i didn´t knew a sh**t how beer was made but now it came to my mind and i decided to search for a recipe that had okra in it logically...