Date: July 1999

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Cold conditioning kegs

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I prefer to cold condition after carbonation, because you can aggressively remove yeast by racking the beer from keg to keg without worrying about having enough yeast in the beer at bottling time or having yeast that is too tired to work. The traditional method of lagering, in which the beer is transferred to the

Storing wort after mashing

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Some brewers use a technique called flotation to separate cold trub (the solid matter) formed during wort cooling from the wort. The old method of flotation occurs before yeast is pitched and lasts up to a day. Brewers who still use the flotation method add yeast prior to flotation because of the microbiological problems associated

Personalizing Your Wine Package

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Summer is approaching, and if you haven’t already, it’s probably time to start thinking about what to do with all that wine you made last harvest season (well, besides drink it). The wine at this point is probably sound, drinkable and ready to start accumulating some serious bottle age. You certainly could stop messing with

Brewing Hempen Ale

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The brewer who developed Hempen Ale and Hempen Gold tells us how he created the popular and controversial beers.

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