With qualities that prevent it from rusting, stainless steel is highly regarded and often used in every facet of homebrewing — from stainless kettles with stainless immersion coolers, to hot liquor tanks, mash
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Terry Foster submits his re-constructed recipe of a 1744 London Porter written by William Ellis, which he states "may in fact be closer to authenticity than at first appears to be the case."
Beer contains hundreds of different compounds that interact with our human senses to create the appearance, mouthfeel, aromas and flavors that we experience and enjoy. The compounds that are contained within beer
My mother’s favorite phrase for a really dark place was “It’s as black as Newgate’s Knocker!” This derived from the infamous Newgate prison where public executions of criminals were carried out in
Homebrewing can be as simple or as complicated as you want it to be. Of course, the definition of simple or complicated all depends on the way you look at it. Like
“It is a riddle, wrapped in a mystery, inside an enigma.” – Winston Churchill, 1939 Sir Winston was referring to Russia, but the same quote could as easily apply to porter, the
If you have read any of my other articles in Brew Your Own you will know that I have a great interest in trying to reproduce historical beers. The beer that really
Q I have been trying to come up with an easy and cost-effective way to get good aeration in my fermentations. I recently came across a device called an Oxygen Concentrator, which
Cask ale, also called “real ale,” is naturally carbonated through a secondary ferment in the barrel. The beer is not filtered or pasteurized and is dispensed without the use of gas. We’ve
Dear Replicator, My wife and I recently treated ourselves to a vacation trip to Portland, Oregon and It was there that my bride actually loved a beer: Terminator Stout from McMenamins. As