Topic: Equipment

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Yes, Homebrewers Can

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Cans have become the packaging of choice for craft brewers over the past decade. More recently they have gained popularity among homebrewers as more single-can seamers hit the market. Crack open a can and take a look at home canning techniques and a comparison of systems for homebrewers.


Jockey Box Conversion: Using push-to-connect adapters

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For those that use a jockey box, most know maintenance can be a pain. A homebrewer decided an upgrade was needed on his with the goal of easy disassembling for cleaning.


Equipment Planning for Brewery Expansion

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The good news is your Nano brewery is going really well. So well you are at capacity with your brewing volumes and really can’t make any more beer on your current system. So what’s the next step? How do you start adding equipment to expand your production to meet demand? Do you just start squeezing

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Optimizing Brewery Layout for Workflow and Space

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Even if your Nano brewery is working in a Nano-sized space that doesn’t mean you can’t create a layout that will help you use space efficiently while maximizing the workflow. Don Marcil and Mike Paladino help solve space and brewery layout challenges for small craft breweries every day and they will share some keys to

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Mash Uniformity: Single-vessel temperature stability

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The rise of the single-vessel brew systems has revolutionized the way homebrewers make beer. But they are not without their faults . . . mash temperature stratification is one of them. Check out one brewer’s way to correct it.


Homebrewer’s Uses for a Spare Fridge

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Glad to see you following one of the most important homebrewing rules of thumb; accept anything for free that can be used to further your pursuit of great beer! For what it’s worth, here are a few questions to consider when these great opportunities arise. If it doesn’t work, how much to repair? How much


Mastering Milling

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Learn how to dial in your grain mill to produce the right kind of grist for your needs and your brewing system. You’ll see the difference between coarse and fine and what all this means to your brewing and efficiencies with Brew Your Own Magazine’s Technical Editor Ashton Lewis.

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Between Pitch and Pint: Advanced fermenter/dispenser automation

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Automation is a fun side hobby for many brewers, but it is not just for the brewhouse. Get some high-level ideas and info on the components available for automating your cellar.


Equipment for Small Footprint Craft Breweries

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Just because you don’t have a big space for your craft brewery doesn’t mean you have to sacrifice not having the tools you need. You just need to get creative with your planning and equipment choices. Learn some valuable lessons on how to squeeze the most out of small spaces with two former pro brewers

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Automation Options for Small-Scale Brewery Systems

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Brewing has always been a blend of science and art. Proper temperatures, mash times, pH levels, and procedures give you control over your brewery that result in a consistent, repeatable process and product. But they also provide the brewer with the freedom to craft each beer to their own style, explore new ideas, or change

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Calibrating Brewing Thermometers

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A thermometer is only useful when it is accurate. Learn how to calibrate the thermometers you use for your brewing with tips from Brew Your Own Magazine’s Technical Editor Ashton Lewis.

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Using pH Meters for Brewing

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A pH meter is a valuable brewing tool when used correctly. Brew Your Own Magazine’s Technical Editor Ashton Lewis shows you when and how to use a pH meter to make better beer.

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