Date: September 2022

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Peak Performance: Brewing on top of Mt. Whitney

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To celebrate their 25th anniversary, two partners from MoreBeer! climbed and brewed beer at the highest point in the continental U.S. — Mt. Whitney, California. Go behind the scenes of their planning and adventure


Cellar Considerations: Planning and care

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Once your brewhouse sizing is determined, the next big decision a brewery-in-planning needs to figure out is their cellar capacity. Take a peek down this rabbit hole as well as considerations for expansion


Apples to Apples! New cider adventures

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Making hard cider can be an exciting new venture for a homebrewer, but after a few seasons some may find themselves stuck in a cidermaking rut. Get pointers on taking this year’s harvest in a different direction.


Hello World (Graf)

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A graf can represent many different expressions of more or less apple and malt flavor with a little hops


The Olde Country (New England-style Cider)

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If a little creative inspiration is what you are looking for, look no further than the New England-style cider. And no, that doesn’t just mean it’s a hazy.


Baked Apples (New England-style Cider)

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f a little creative inspiration is what you are looking for, look no further than the New England-style cider. And no, that doesn’t just mean it’s a hazy.


Thinking Brew-In-A-Bag: Helpful tips for this style of brewing

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The popularity of brew-in-a-bag type brewing systems has exploded over the last five years. Denny and Drew look at some factors to make the most of your brew day when using this style of system.


Gordon Strong’s Vienna Lager

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Your goal here is a smooth, standard-strength malty beer with enough hop bitterness to match the malt. It should not be heavy on the palate or sweet in the finish


Vienna Lager: Brew me, Amadeus

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Some of the most well-known classical music was written and performed in Vienna and it is also home to one of the classic lagers of the world, the Vienna lager. Take a tour of its history and what it takes to craft your own.


Eat Your (Fermented) Veggies

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We all love fermented beverages, but fermented foods are another hobby that can bring a lot of enjoyment (and rewarding deliciousness when done). As homebrewers, we likely have the equipment and most of the knowledge to jump right in.


Fermented French Fries

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Fermented French Fries Ingredients2 medium / large potatoesSalt (2% brine) Step by stepWhile fermenting potatoes and then later cooking them as French fries might seem like a slightly paradoxical way to enjoy


Fermented Hot Sauce 

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Fermented Hot Sauce  Ingredients3.2 oz. (90 g) chili peppers 1⁄2 Tbsp. sea salt1⁄2 Tbsp. honeySplash of apple cider vinegar Step by stepWhile most hot sauces sitting on grocery store shelves these days are


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