Munich dunkel captures historical Bavarian brewing in a glass: Munich malt, decoction mashing, and clean, smooth lager character.
Stainless steel may cost more than aluminum, but there are many reasons why it is used in both commercial breweries and homebreweries. If you’re investing in stainless, it means you should make sure you are treating it correctly. Learn from two professionals who know what it takes to properly care for stainless steel equipment.
Whirlpooling is a method for separating trub from wort that is widely used by homebrewers and commercial brewers. In commercial breweries, trub-containing wort is pumped tangentially into a tank with a flow
At its core, lautering is a three-step process at the end of a brewer’s mash, which separates out the sugary wort from the spent (used) grains. The word originates in the German
Piwo Grodziskie is a historical beer style recently brought back from extinction. Two Vermonters set out to brew this low-alcohol, highly-carbonated, oak-smoked wheat ale.