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  • The Hop Chronicles | German Tettnanger (2019)
    by Paul Amico on September 16, 2021 at 9:58 am

    Author: Paul Amico Native to the southwest German town of Tettnang, from which it gets its name, Tettnanger is one of the four classic noble hop varieties that’s known to impart beer with delicate floral, herbal, and spice characteristics. Given its lower alpha acid content, Tettnanger is typically used later in the boil to contribute

  • Impact Caraway Seed Has On Dark Rye Saison | exBEERiment Results!
    by Steve Thanos on September 13, 2021 at 9:58 am

    Author: Steve Thanos The use of caraway seed dates back to the ancient Greeks and Romans who used the spice for a number of purposes from kicking up cooked dishes to flavoring tonics. In this day and age, caraway seed is perhaps most recognizably used in bread, contributing a pleasant texture as well as a

  • Brü It Yourself | Curse The Stone Apricot IPL
    by Paul Amico on September 9, 2021 at 9:58 am

    Author: Paul Amico I love fruit, though when it comes to beer, I typically prefer those where the fruity characteristics are imparted by standard ingredients, namely hops and yeast. That’s not to say I don’t enjoy beers that are made with actual fruit, in fact I’ve had a number that are done remarkably well, though

  • Impact Cold Steeping Roasted Grains Has On Black IPA | exBEERiment Results!
    by Cade Jobe on September 6, 2021 at 9:58 am

    Author: Cade Jobe Typically, darker beer styles possess noticeable roast characteristics ranging from chocolate and coffee to acrid and ashy. However, there are some styles where a dark brown to black color is desired without the strong flavors imparted by grains such as Roasted Barley and Black Malt. One such example that is said to

  • The Hop Chronicles | Sabro LUPOMAX
    by Paul Amico on September 2, 2021 at 9:58 am

    Author: Paul Amico Originally bred in 2004 and released exclusively to homebrewers in 2015, Sabro is a neomexicanus cross known for imparting beer with a complex blend of characteristics including tangerine, coconut, cedar, mint, and cream. Now widely available to all, Haas recently released a LUPOMAX version of Sabro that has a higher concentration of

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  • Vienna Pale Ale
    by (landoa) on September 18, 2021 at 9:23 am

    Hello, I have no base grains Pale Ale, Pilsner or Maris Otter and want to use up malts that I bought in April. I pieced together an ale with Vienna as the hero (of which I only have 1.3 kg). I was inspired by these threads and came up with my own recipe based on ingredients in stock….Vienna Malt Pale Ale Vienna Pale Ale | American Pale Ale All Grain Beer Recipe | Brewer’s Friend “Vienna Pale Ale” American Pale Ale beer recipe by Lawmanxxx. All Grain, ABV 5.52%, IBU 43.27, SRM 7.99, Fermentables: (Vienna, Flaked Barley, Honey Malt, Carapils, Caramel / Crystal 60L) Hops: (Centennial, Simcoe) Other: (5.2 PH Stabilizer, Whirlfloc, Yeast Nutrient) Notes: I have been fooling… [URL…Vienna Pale Ale

  • English Ales – What’s your favorite recipe?
    by (Puddlethumper) on September 18, 2021 at 9:03 am

    OK, so it seems almost everyone is into the make-your-nose-run hop forward double, triple and quaduruple IPA’s with IBU’s over 100. That’s fine if you like it. But personally, I enjoy traditional English beers. I get a lot of enjoyment from a very good common bitters, porter, SB or ESB. English beers provide a comfortable easy drinking beer that I can enjoy through an entire evening. Perhaps there are others here who feel the same way. Would you care to share your favorite recipe…English Ales – What’s your favorite recipe?

  • MLF after 11 months
    by (globell) on September 18, 2021 at 8:53 am

    I have an Alicante wine that I’ve somewhat pushed aside in the cellar. It was started in October 2020 and made from grapes, fermented on the skins. We liked it’s aromatic nose and chose to not put it through MLF at the time. I’m now in a position that I need an additional blender carboy (I had 2 Alicante carboys) and was thinking of putting it through MLF. I understand that it’s been some time and wanted to know the drawbacks of doing so now. Sulfite less than 30ppm. Thanks in advance

  • A Brewing Water Chemistry Primer
    by (Yooper) on September 18, 2021 at 8:44 am

    Another forum member just pointed out that perhaps we should have a simple preface at the top of this post explaining that the information provided by AJ is not simply a dissenting opinion to what has been expressed in previous books, on forums, and in podcasts, but rather an updated and newer way of looking at water. It is a new philosophy supported by most if not all recognized authorities in the brewing world, including Palmer and Jamil. Folks who don’t ‘know’ AJ deLange may be…A Brewing Water Chemistry Primer

  • BruControl: Brewery control & automation software
    by (BrunDog) on September 18, 2021 at 7:36 am

    Hi HBT, For those who have seen my posts on the forum, you know I have a strong interest in brewery control and automation. That led me to take on a new project. I have been working with a developer over the past few months to create a solution which I believe can dramatically improve a brewery’s control system. I am excited to present and offer it to the HBT community! Highlights: BruControl is software which monitors, controls, and automates the entire brewery Touchscreen… BruControl: Brewery control & automation software

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  • HELP! Im making a Peanut butter Stout
    by /u/waxedwalrus on September 18, 2021 at 8:37 am

    Hello. Tomorrow i will brew a 20 litres Peanut Butter Stout and i plan on using PB2 Peanut Butter powder. Now i just need help to know how much powder i should use and in which part of the process i should add the powder. I will be very thankful for any help! 😀 submitted by /u/waxedwalrus [link] [comments]

  • If I homebrew ~4 gallons of soda, where do I store it without it exploding?
    by /u/ConquestLunatic on September 18, 2021 at 5:21 am

    Super new to all of this homebrewing stuff, and I thought I might just start out by making a batch of soda (since the ingredients and fermentation process is super simple and relatively quick). I’m realizing that most of these recipes call for making ~4-5 gallons of soda at once. It also calls to directly bottle the soda once dissolved and leave it for carbonation. But according to what I’ve found so far and this post, if I leave the bottles too long, they will overcarbonate and explode. 5 gallons fills about 36x 500 ml bottles — which I know I can’t drink in the relatively small amount of time before I risk making little soda bombs. And I don’t think I have the fridge space to store it all either… How do you store these little time bombs? Do people actually make 4-5 gallons of soda? Do people even brew this stuff through a fermentation process at all anymore? submitted by /u/ConquestLunatic [link] [comments]

  • Stop fermentation by chilling
    by /u/danielmiller19 on September 18, 2021 at 5:17 am

    Have you ever just stopped a batch from fermenting further by kegging and chilling? I hit where I want my FG to be but it’s still creeping down. What if I transfer, keg and stop further fermentation? submitted by /u/danielmiller19 [link] [comments]

  • Daily Q & A! – September 18, 2021
    by /u/AutoModerator on September 18, 2021 at 5:07 am

    Welcome to the Daily Q&A! Are you a new Brewer? Please check out one of the following articles before posting your question: How do I check my gravity? I don’t see any bubbles in the airlock OR the bubbling in the airlock has slowed. What does that mean? Does this look normal / is my batch infected? Or if any of those answers don’t help you please consider visiting the /r/Homebrewing Wiki for answers to a lot of your questions! Another option is searching the subreddit, someone may have asked the same question before! However no question is too “noob” for this thread. No picture is too tomato to be evaluated for infection! Even though the Wiki exists, you can still post any question you want an answer to. Also, be sure to vote on answers in this thread. Upvote a reply that you know works from experience and don’t feel the need to throw out “thanks for answering!” upvotes. That will help distinguish community trusted advice from hearsay… at least somewhat! submitted by /u/AutoModerator [link] [comments]

  • English Bitter
    by /u/Yurusemasen on September 18, 2021 at 4:50 am

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