Date: January-February 2020
Cold as Ice(bock)FREE
Eisbock, (Eis meaning “ice” in German), is a higher-alcohol version of the classic barley-based Bavarian strong lager, the bockbier (or bock for short), or alternately, a wheat-based ale. Eisbock has a unique
Eisbock (5 gallons/19 L, all-grain)OG = 1.067 FG* = 1.014IBU* = 28 SRM* = 10.6 ABV* = 7% * The base recipe, and specifications listed above, are for my favorite Maibock recipe
The Hotel Room Challenge: Taking business class grain to glassFREE
Brewing in a hotel room while on a business trip? That was a new one to us. Check out one reader’s imaginative solution(s) to crafting a beer using the gear found in his hotel room.
Mobile Beer Lab: Staying organized and portableFREE
Keeping your testing equipment safe and organized can be a challenge. Here’s a DIY build for a mobile beer lab that will keep your lab tools ready whenever and wherever they’re needed.
A Better Business Framework: Thinking strategically about your nanoFREE
Find out how to create a business framework with feedback loops to help ensure that each facet of your brewery operates smoothly and is capable of learning from its mistakes.
A Clean Fight: The science of hygienic brewingFREE
Quality cleaning begets quality beer. Colin breaks down the science and your options to combating the grime and potential contaminants to your brews.