Corn and rice, oats and rye, brown sugar and more: Homebrewers can use adjuncts to add different flavors to beer and improve mouthfeel, head retention and clarity. A guide to adjuncts, plus recipes to help you understand these often-overlooked fermentables.
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The traditional Finnish drink made with malted and unmalted grains along with Juniper as the flavoring contribution. The juniper branches traditionally doubled as a filter screen to help separate out the grains from the sweet wort.
Sahti was made by women across Scandinavia, where the first brew-running called tupulisahti (strong sahti) was given to the men in the village, while the weaker second brew-running jälkijuoma (“nosedrop” sahti) was for the women of the village.
Wow! This is a huge question that is answered in terms of books and journals. I will try to cover the basics of malting barley varieties, but my answer is a very
The real question at issue is not whether diacetyl is only associated with lagers, but rather if it is only unacceptable in lagers. Diacetyl is naturally found in all beers during fermentation
According to Odell's website, "Living in Colorado, “Easy Street” is more of a state of mind than an actual place. Light in color with refreshing citrus undertones, Easy Street is an unfiltered American-style wheat beer. The yeast gives the beer a nice smooth finish, a slight fruit flavor, and it’s distinct cloudy appearance."
A homebrewer wanders through Scotland and returns with all the firsthand knowledge you'll need to brew classic "shilling" ales and wee heavies at home. Plus: masterful tips from Scottish beer expert Greg Noonan, and extract and all-grain recipes for 60-shilling, 70-shilling, 80-shilling, wee heavy, heather ale and grozet.