Date: December 2016

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From Ice Box to Jockey Box

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Make a deluxe jockey box from an old fridge. You’ve mastered your beer, you’ve mastered your pour, now master your presentation.


Deschutes Brewery’s Bachelor Bitter clone

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This is a traditional-style English pub bitter that is only available on tap at the Bend brewpub. Features notes of caramel and is very earthy.


Deschutes Brewery’s Jubelale clone

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Available from October through December, Jubelale features a deep red color and notes of cocoa, dried fruit, and toffee.


Deschutes Brewing Company: Gluten Free NWPA clone

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A hop-forward gluten-free pale ale cleverly brewed with brown rice syrup and Belgian candi syrup for a beer that gluten-free and non-gluten-free drinkers can all enjoy! Brewed exclusively at Deschutes’ Portland Public House in Portland, Oregon.


Deschutes Brewing Company: Mirror Pond Pale Ale clone

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Deschutes leans on Cascade hops in this classic pale ale to give this beer lots of floral and citrus notes.


Understanding & Using Refractometer

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Refractometers are widely used in the wine and beer industry to track the progress of fermentation, but they are less commonly used by homebrewers. However, if used properly a refractometer can be


Oxygenation

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Human beings require air to breathe and sustain life. The air we breathe is composed of approximately 78% nitrogen, 21% oxygen, 0.93% argon, 0.039% carbon dioxide, and 0.031% other gasses. Although oxygen


Deschutes Deconstructed

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When Gary Fish founded his Deschutes brewpub in Bend, Oregon in 1988 it was the first brewery in the city in modern times. Fast forward to the present and you will find


Homebrew Home Cooking

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“Oh there’s no place like home for the holidays…” Good old Perry Como had it right — especially if you are enjoying and cooking with homebrew. The holidays are the perfect time


How Good is Your Homebrew? Get the Best Feedback on your Beer

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How good is your homebrew? How would you know? Some homebrewers just want to know if they’re truly making good beer, and how to improve it. Others would like to know how


Carbonation Bubble Size & Microwave Decoction: Mr. Wizard

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Q How does one control the size of the carbonation? Some beers seem to have very fine bubbles where others have large bubbles. Mike Bourcier Mason, Michigan A I have to admit


Brewing with Smoked Malt: Tips from the Pros

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Beers with smoked malts aren’t for everyone. Or, possibly, not everyone has had the right style of smoked beer? As with any ingredient, the style and amount used can result in an


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