Topic: Recipe Calculations

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The Art & Science of Recipe Design

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By combining the left side of the brain (mechanical and methodical approach) and right side (artistic expression) every homebrewer has the ability to create their own homebrew recipes. Embrace both sides and get to work designing your next beer.


Beer Recipe Formulation Workshop

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Learn the best ways to jump into creating your own signature beer recipes and understand the keys to developing a specific grain bill, hop schedule, and ingredient proportions to meet your homebrewing goals in this four-hour workshop video. Brad Smith, owner of the popular BeerSmith recipe software and a Brew Your Own Magazine contributing writer,

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Evaluating Hops

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Brew Your Own Magazine’s Technical Editor Ashton Lewis shows you how to properly evaluate hops before you ever add them to your brew.

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Understanding Malt Specs

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Brew Your Own Magazine’s Technical Editor Ashton Lewis walks you through a typical specification sheet for malt and how to make sense of the various measurements and numbers – and most importantly what it means to the beer you want to brew.

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Calibrating Your Hydrometer

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The hydrometer is one of the most important pieces of equipment for any brewer. But if the readings aren’t accurate your hydrometer is worthless. Brew Your Own Magazine’s Technical Editor Ashton Lewis shows you how to calibrate your hydrometer to make sure your numbers are correct so your beer can be the best it can

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Calibrating Brewing Scales

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Join Brew Your Own’s Technical Editor Ashton Lewis as he shows you how to properly calibrate your scale for accurate beer ingredient measurements. Your numbers are only good if they are right so make sure your scale is calibrated regularly.

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Ciphering Fruit Beers

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Calculating the impact a fruit addition will have on a beer’s ABV is tricky — so much so that even commercial brewers have gotten in trouble for miscalculating their influence on gravity. We take a closer look at the math required to get it right.


Hot-Side Math: Geeking out on brewhouse efficiency

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Calculating your brewhouse efficiency is a task that all-grain homebrewers should perform to better understand their system. Take a walk through the steps of finding your own brewhouse efficiency.


Calibrate Your Brew System

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To produce consistent beers and hit our targets from brew day to brew day you need to understand your brewing system and all of its variables. Once every facet of your brew day is calibrated, the guesswork will be minimalized.


Using Allspice

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One of the easiest ways to work a spice into beer recipes is to consider how the spice is used in cooking and then create a beer that mimics the food concept. More advanced uses of spices include using spices to substitute and/or complement hops, add depth and complexity to fruit, augment yeast characters, and


Counting Calories: Pastry Stouts

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This is a fun question considering the source region; Empire Brewing in Syracuse and Cazanovia, NY has been brewing their Skinny Atlas Light since 1994 using water from Lake Skaneateles. Not sure


Introduction to Parti-Gyle Brewing

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Why only get one beer per brew session when you can get two? Parti-gyle is a historic technique that is rarely utilized thses days by professional brewers, but one that homebrewers can easily add to their brewing quiver.


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