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Barrel-Aged Beer: To Cellar or Not to Cellar?

18 maart 2017

 You purchase a bottle of English barleywine that has just been released and weighs in at a hefty 13 percent ABV. It’s a cellar no-brainer, right? A beer this young …

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Flavor Components in Beer

18 maart 2017

 A beer’s flavor profile is determined by that particular beer’s combination of carbonation, hops, malt, water and yeast. The varying aspects of the brewing process and the brewer’s personal touches …

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Brewing With Cherries

18 maart 2017

  There are a few main considerations to be aware of when you decide you’re going to add cherries to your homebrew. The quantity and type of cherries, their condition, and …

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Noble Hops Cheat Sheet

18 maart 2017

 Wine enthusiasts understand the concept of terroir, the idea that the area in which a grape is grown is as important as the grape variety itself. It’s why Malbec does …

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How Long To Ferment When Learning How To Make Beer?

21 maart 2017

When you are first learning how to make beer, you will see information about primary fermentation and secondary fermentation. It is common for new brewers to wonder just how long …

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Build A DIY RIMS System

21 maart 2017

 I recently had a chance to brew with the professionals at a local brewery. They were brewing on a SABCO Brew-Magic (15 gallon) system that they use for their weekly …

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Between Brews: Controlling Gas Fired Burners Pt 2

21 maart 2017

 In the first segment I described the necessary plumbing and valves to make low pressure gas (either LP or natural gas) burners electrically controllable. To achieve control, we need to …

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Scratch Brewing’s Dead Leaves and Carrots Beer Recipe

21 maart 2017

 This is one of Scratch Brewing (Ava, Illinois) customers’ all-time favorites. It’s a lightly bready English bitter with a touch of smoke and a dry, crisp finish. It was inspired …

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Hop hop, wat is een IPA ?

6 november 2015

We kunnen er niet genoeg van krijgen, in de volksmond wordt het (erg) bitter bier genoemd, de markt wordt overspoelt met bieren die op Engelse/Amerikaanse wijze gehopt zijn. Wat maakt …

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Why Is My Brew’s Final Gravity Too High?

18 maart 2017

Reading your hydrometer a couple weeks into fermentation and seeing that you are a few points above your target FG is not exactly the best feeling when you first start …

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How Much Yeast Do I Need For Brewing Beer?

18 maart 2017

Neither man nor woman alone can create beer. Wort is as far as humans can take the process of beer making. The final glorious conversion to beer is the job …

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The Proper Option to Steep Specialty Grains

20 oktober 2016

When you’re an extract brewer, steeping specialty grains is a straightforward, but efficient, approach to give your homebrew a taste increase. However it is advisable bear in mind that you …

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Playing With Fire: 6 Bad Brewing Habits That Might Wreck Your Beer

5 oktober 2016

Bad habits. We all have them, and they seep in to any activity we do regularly. I think most of us start out following brew-day instructions to the letter, but …

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Hopback vs. Knockout Hops

4 oktober 2016

Late addition hops are a crucial element of today’s IPA as brewers strive to capture more hops aroma and flavor without adding bitterness. But English breweries (and some brewers inspired …

DIY: Hops Dryer

30 september 2016

Brewing with homegrown hops is as satisfying as cooking with food from your own garden. But while zucchini and tomatoes can go straight from harvest to kitchen, hops need to …

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Off-Taste of the Week: Astringency

28 september 2016

Merely drink some younger crimson wine, suck on a tea bag, or assist your self to a pleasant huge piece of under-ripe fruit. That dry, puckery, thirst-inducing sensation is astringency.Astringency …

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Grassy Off Flavors in Residence Brewed Beer

28 september 2016

Grassy off flavors in beer can break an in any other case glorious brew. This week we check out the reason for grassy flavors in beer and what you are …

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6 Instruments to Unstick Your Fermentation

28 september 2016

A caught fermentation is one which falls far wanting reaching the anticipated ultimate gravity, and as with many issues brewing, the time period is relative. A 1.050 pale ale that …

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Naturally A Bit Wild

23 september 2016

The primary time Michael Crane, a homebrewer who since helped discovered Crane Brewing in Kansas Metropolis, collected yeast within the wild, he began by setting a big bucket underneath a …

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All in for All-Grain?

16 september 2016

Like most brewers, I started out making extract beers. I quickly progressed from using simple extract kits to adding complexity with specialty grains. Steeping some crystal malt or a bit …