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  • Single vs. Double Dry Hop In An American Pale Ale | exBEERiment Results!
    by Phil Rusher on May 17, 2021 at 9:58 am

    Author: Phil Rusher Hops are a defining feature in many American styles of beer and brewers have come up with myriad methods for imparting as much hop character as possible. Traditionally, hops were added to the boiling wort for various amounts of time, though over the last couple decades, it’s become commonplace to dose certain

  • Brü It Yourself | Japanese Rice Lager
    by Phil Rusher on May 13, 2021 at 9:58 am

    Author: Phil Rusher With warmer weather coming upon us, my desire for light, refreshing beers grows strong. There are several styles that fit that description, but not all are created equal. When searching for an ultra-refreshing, pleasantly drinkable beer, lager is the obvious choice, and one unique spin on this general style that I’ve been

  • The Boil Effect: Lid On vs Lid Off In A Munich Helles | exBEERiment Results!
    by Cade Jobe on May 10, 2021 at 9:58 am

    Author: Cade Jobe Brewers are commonly encouraged to boil wort vigorously for an hour or longer with one of the more important reasons being to drive off dimethyl sulfide (DMS), an undesirable off-flavor commonly described as cooked corn or tomato paste. DMS is formed when its precursor, S-methylmethionine (SMM), decomposes in the warmer environments of

  • The Hop Chronicles | BRU-1 LUPOMAX (2020)
    by Paul Amico on May 6, 2021 at 9:58 am

    Author: Paul Amico Developed by Yakima Valley’s Brulotte Farms in collaboration with John I. Haas, BRU-1 was released as an experimental variety in 2016 and quickly earned itself a good reputation for its ability to impart beer with notes of juicy pineapple and stone fruit. More recently, John I. Haas began offering a LUPOMAX version

  • Impact Of Storing Beer In A Glass Growler | exBEERiment Results!
    by Steve Thanos on May 3, 2021 at 9:58 am

    Author: Steve Thanos One of the many pleasures of beer is sharing it with family and friends, which for those who keg their own or like to take some home from the local pub, often requires the use of a vessel for transport. Perhaps the most popular package is the glass growler, as they’re relatively

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  • Fermenters – is there anything new??
    by invalid@example.com (TonyKZ1) on May 17, 2021 at 9:20 pm

    Hello All. I’m looking at replacing my plastic 6.5G fermenter buckets. I’ve had/used them for several years now. They’ve got stains of course, but after cleaning them from the last fermenting/bottling I did last weekend, I’m now noticing some deep scratches too. They’re still working good I guess, well other than the one fermenter bucket that I drilled a spigot hole in and drilled it too big I’ve still got my…Fermenters – is there anything new??

  • Racking from Blichmann Fermenator to Corny Keg
    by invalid@example.com (dschiller) on May 17, 2021 at 9:14 pm

    I currently rack from my Blichmann Fermenator into an air filled Corny keg by a slow gravity feed through vinyl tubing. This is no doubt the worst thing I can do for cold-side oxygenation. One improvement would be to fill my keg with a diluted StarSans solution, force that solution out with CO2, and thereby start racking with a keg filled with CO2. But I don’t think that buys me much if I would then do my usual slow siphoning with a vinyl tube and the top of the keg covered with plastic…Racking from Blichmann Fermenator to Corny Keg

  • Music Match
    by invalid@example.com (Drunkensatyr) on May 17, 2021 at 9:07 pm

    Another fun Music game. Match any word(s) from either the song or artist. Try not to reuse the linking word I’ll kick this one off I Love You Goodbye – Thomas Dolby

  • 3 New Perlick 650SS Flow Control Faucets
    by invalid@example.com (deroosa) on May 17, 2021 at 9:07 pm

    I have three new in the bubblewrap Perlick 650SS faucets for sale for $45 each since the going rate for them seems to be $65 at retail. The one was taken out of the bubble wrap just for the picture. Purchased them for a kegerator build, and never built out that many taps. Will ship in a USPS small flat rate box so $8.50 per shipment.

  • Saison advice
    by invalid@example.com (Jloewe) on May 17, 2021 at 9:05 pm

    Brewing an extract saison kit. It came with t-58 and a small assorted spice packet. Now I read that t-58 is meh for saison but it what I have. I am looking for a way to “make it mine” though. Considering forgoing the spice and orange peel packet for a fresher taste of orange zest or maybe mango and ginger. Also the t-58 safeale is dry yeast but the packet seems much smaller than the dry yeast packs I’ve used before. Do I need a starter for this?

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  • Easiest way to heat ferm chamber that I can get locally?
    by /u/proliix on May 17, 2021 at 9:07 pm

    Looking for ways that I can heat my ferm chamber mini fridge. I have an ink bird that I use to maintain temps and the fridge does the cooling. I am in a cold front rn so I need to heat my chamber. What can I get at any store (so I can get it today and not online) Walmart, menards, home dept, etc. submitted by /u/proliix [link] [comments]

  • Candi syrup in Europe
    by /u/TiLT-_- on May 17, 2021 at 8:53 pm

    Where can I buy some D-90 and D-180 that ships all over Europe? I can’t find it here in Portugal, and online can only find shops without stock, or shops that only ship internally. submitted by /u/TiLT-_- [link] [comments]

  • ESB fermentation time
    by /u/Isa_Jotun19 on May 17, 2021 at 8:44 pm

    Hey so I will be making my first ESB later this week and I’ve seen different fermentation times for this beer. Should I stick to the 2 week fermentation time like other beers or will it be done before then? Also I am using honey in place of the syrup for this recipe. submitted by /u/Isa_Jotun19 [link] [comments]

  • Closed transfers
    by /u/Ultienap on May 17, 2021 at 7:46 pm

    If I don’t have a way to do a closed transfer for my Hazy IPAs, will I constantly have oxidation issues? My other ales never have this problem, only my hazy IPAs. submitted by /u/Ultienap [link] [comments]

  • [Help] Some bottles don’t carb while most carb perfectly.
    by /u/jdb888 on May 17, 2021 at 7:42 pm

    I’m a brew in a bucket newbie, carbonate with boiled dextrose water, and bottle with gasket top bottles. It seems one out of 10 or 12 bottles is randomly flat. submitted by /u/jdb888 [link] [comments]

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