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Fermentation Temperatures

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I want to clarify my understanding of your question. Your question is about fermentation temperature and this question came to you when you were pouring your wit. I will address this question,

Brewing Process: Homebrew vs Brewpub

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In a very generalized sense, all beer is made using the same basic steps. All beer begins as wort that is then fermented, aged, clarified to some extent and packaged. The biggest


Sparkling Cyser

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A thirst-quenching but deceptively strong sparkling brew. Darker than most, because of the cider. Serve chilled.

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Green Peach flavors

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One thought comes to mind and that is acetaldehyde. Almost all homebrewers know about diacetyl and are often taught to dislike diacetyl with vigor. I am one of those brewers who really

Racking to a secondary fermenter

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Personally, I like to minimize the number of times wort and beer are transferred because with each transfer there is a risk of damaging the beer either by contamination or oxidation. I,

IPA is too dry

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our problem in a nut shell is yeast selection. Champagne yeast is one of those yeast strains that tends to be highly attenuative and creates a very dry finished product. I am

Malt extract vs. corn sugar to prime

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This is a question I often ask myself when reading recipes. It seems to me that using DME or saving wort for priming is a pain in the neck. The contribution of

Boil time for small batches

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Brewing small experimental batches is a good way to determine the effect of a particular brewing variable. By changing one variable at a time, you can see how yeast strain, hop variety

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