So how do you choose the right hops for your beer? With such a wide range of flavor and aroma characteristics, Brew Your Own’s online chart can serve as a helpful guide
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Jamie and Gail’s Wedding Veil Ale (14 gallons) Ingredients: 2 lbs., 8 oz. wheat malt 2 lbs. crystal malt (20° Lovibond) 8 oz. crystal malt (60° Lovibond) 1 lb. Vienna malt
— Kiss Me Kate Raspberry Wheat 3 gallons; OG = 1.046; FG = 1.012 Ingredients: 1 tbsp. light dry malt extract 1 pint water (for starter) 3.3 lb. can Brewferm Framboise 1.4
Build this simple set-up to gain control over fermentation temperature and improve the taste of your lager.
There are two kinds of people in the world: pig lovers and pig haters. That’s what anthropologist Bronislaw Malinowski might have said. What would Mr. Malinowski have said if he had been
When homebrewers plan a celebration, for themselves or a loved one, it isn’t complete without a beer from their own heart and hands. Here are some tales of love, marriage, and beer, all going hand in hand to the altar.
It’s hard to believe any part of brewing beer could be easier than boiling the wort. But even as simple as boiling is, it has a real influence on the quality of your finished product.