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- exBEERiment | Impact Spelt Malt Has On A British Golden Aleby Will Lovell on June 5, 2023 at 10:00 am
Author: Will Lovell Barley may be the most common grain used to make beer, but it’s certainly not the only one. A unique alternative that’s received some attention lately is spelt, a hulled wheat that has been cultivated for over 7,000 years and was likely included in some of the earliest beer recipes. While popular
- The Hop Chronicles | Spalter Select (2022) Pale Lagerby Will Lovell on June 2, 2023 at 10:00 am
Author: Will Lovell Bred at Hüll Hop Research Center by crossing Hallertau Mittelfrüh and Spalt, Spalter Select was publicly released in 1993 and gained recognition as a variety that contributes the spicy and floral characteristics Spalt hops while possessing good disease tolerance. Alpha: 3 – 6.5%Beta: 2 – 5%Cohumulone: 20 – 28% of alpha acidsTotal
- The Brülosophy Show: 3 Discoveries From Brewing Science | With The Brü Labby Martin Keen on June 1, 2023 at 12:08 pm
While brewing has gone on for thousands of years, brewing scientists are still making discoveries today about the complex act of making beer. This week on The Brülosophy Show, Martin chats with host of The Brü Lab, Cade Jobe, a current student of brewing science, about the top 3 discoveries he’s learned over the course
- exBEERiment | Natural Carbonation: Belgian Candi Syrup vs. Dextrose In A Trappist Singleby Jordan Folks on May 29, 2023 at 10:00 am
Author: Jordan Folks An essential part of beer, carbonation occurs when carbon dioxide (CO2) gas is dissolved into a liquid, which requires both pressure and a gas source. While force carbonation is a common way to impart a desirable sparkle, brewers also rely on methods of natural carbonation that involve adding a relatively small amount
- Brü It Yourself | I Swear This Is A Style West Coast Pilsnerby Jordan Folks on May 26, 2023 at 10:00 am
Author: Jordan Folks American brewers are an innovative bunch. It seems each year some new hop-forward style emerges from someone’s brewhouse, leading to brewers across the country jumping on the hype-train to try their hand at making the burgeoning hoppy style of the moment. Some of these styles become industry behemoths, like Hazy IPA, while
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- Strawberry yeast water …by email@example.com (lacto) on June 8, 2023 at 6:48 am
Hi folks, Just saw a video for making strawberry yeast water. So after 5 days it seems to want to climb out of the bottle. So I want to attempt at using it to make a 5 leaf wine. Any tips? There is about 200ml of it and I intend to add all of it to 2 liters of strained leaf juice. What say you?
- What did I cook this weekend…..by firstname.lastname@example.org (Melana) on June 8, 2023 at 6:11 am
- YABC-Yet a Brew Controller: BrewManiacExby email@example.com (pocketmon) on June 8, 2023 at 5:50 am
BrewManacEx is a brew controller based on ESP8266. It was started by mimicking famous Arduino-based Open ArdBir, so most of Open ArdBir functions are included. Manual and Automation brewing process control PID and PWM heat control Automatic PUMP control The operation is almost like Open Arduino, while the most important feature that BrewManiacEx differs from Open ArdBir is WiFi Enabled, Web-based… Read more
- Is this mold on my cider?by firstname.lastname@example.org (luckyou2042) on June 8, 2023 at 4:58 am
I started a cider 8 days ago it fermented out well. Lots of airlock action and bubbles. I have not opened ther fermenter but I saw this on the side of the fermenter and it has me worried about mold infection. I used bottled apple juice and did not add sugar.
- Fellowship of the Drink XXIX: Doug E. Fresh(beer) – Every Body Got 2 Get Someby email@example.com (orionol73) on June 8, 2023 at 4:55 am
Looking forward to some nicer weather… I officially announce the 29th running of the Fellowship of the Drink! If you’ve participated before, it’s good to (hopefully) see you again. If not, see below for the rules. The FotD is a beer swap for members of the continental US to allow you to try some beers from outside your region. Every participant picks a few beers as their “offer.” Then we devise a draw order and go down the list until everyone has selected an offer to receive. Here… Read more
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- First time water adjustment.by /u/Lower-Tank-9742 on June 8, 2023 at 5:45 am
Tomorrow I’ll be doing my first brew with salts. I’ve punched in my water numbers to the Brewfather app for Melbourne water, which is quite soft I’m led to believe. I’m just wondering if these numbers seem about right before I move on TIA. (this is for an American pale ale water profile) Calcium chloride 2.4g in total. Epsom salt 4.3g in total. Gypsum 9.5g in total. submitted by /u/Lower-Tank-9742 [link] [comments]
- Daily Q & A! – June 08, 2023by /u/AutoModerator on June 8, 2023 at 5:07 am
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- Flaunt your Rigby /u/AutoModerator on June 8, 2023 at 5:00 am
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- Advice on capping bottles?by /u/10art1 on June 8, 2023 at 2:44 am
I was looking at bottles on amazon and honestly they’re pretty expensive and looking at the reviews is kind of sus… people saying their bottles exploded, or it arrived with obvious manufacturing defects… I have a case of angry orchard, my uncle drinks beer a bit, and I think I can scrounge up just what we drink and reuse those bottles, at least I know they’re commercial, and they were destined for the recycling anyway. But what’s the deal with bottle caps? I heard that there’s several different sizes. How do I know what size to get? And what should I look out for when buying bottle caps? I read that it’s good to get caps with an “oxygen barrier”. I don’t really know what that is. Is there anything else to look out for? Anything to look out for when buying the actual capping mechanism? submitted by /u/10art1 [link] [comments]
- I bought flaked rice on accident. Wat do?by /u/insertcleverSNhere on June 8, 2023 at 2:28 am
Excited to buy a bunch of beer ingredients I ordered 10 lbs of flaked rice instead of rice hulls. I like Japanese lagers and I’ve heard rice is used in them, so maybe that is an option. I have a bunch of azacca hops laying around as well. Thoughts on what to do with all these extra ingredients I now have? Any recipes anyone can share that are heavy on flaked rice? submitted by /u/insertcleverSNhere [link] [comments]