Bine should be near brilliant clarity and a burnished golden color with moderate high carbonation. The hop aroma and flavor are intense and feature passion fruit, papaya, grapefruit, lemon rind, pine, and resin. The strong hop bitterness is firm but not abrasive while the dry finish keeps you coming back for more.
Repitching yeast is a technique that many brewers perform. Get some concise principles to make sure you’re making the best use of any freshly harvested yeast.
Branding your brewery is a task that may not be taken seriously by many. Brewery-owner Cameron Johnson takes a journey through some of the key concepts to creating your brand.
Reminder time . . . Sunday, June 21st is Father’s Day. What better way to honor your favorite man, father, husband, partner, or friend than with one of these fine homebrewing products. Nothing says “I Love You” to a homebrewer quite like a gift of a fine new piece of equipment or beer-related goodie. And if you are the dad looking for homebrew gifts, try leaving
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The word “biotransformation” has gotten a lot of buzz as brewers look to fermentation — and specifically, yeast — to transform the aroma of hops. Learn what exactly biotransformation is, how it occurs, and how homebrewers can use it to our advantage.