Topic: Serving

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Overly Foaming Draft Beer

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Your problem is caused by overcarbonation that is slowly occurring over time. Let’s dig into what you are observing over time beginning with your method of carbonation. Based on your question, I am assuming that you are not using the shake and bake method of carbonation where beer is shaken at some pressure to increase


Home Draft Systems Workshop

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There’s nothing quite like enjoying a draft beer at home, but you need to know how to properly set up and maintain your home system for the perfect pour. Bill Jablonski designs and  installs draft systems for a living and he’ll share his expertise with you over this four-hour workshop. You’ll learn how to set

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Perfect Winter Pairings

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When the weather gets cold homebrewers often turn to bigger beer styles that just so happen to pair perfectly with hearty meals ideal for the season. Explore techniques and examples of food pairings to serve with barleywine, wheatwine, and imperial stout this winter.


Balancing A Draft System

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For starters, thanks for the great link. Mike Soltys, PhD. is the brains behind the hose length calculator you referenced and he has taken a fluid dynamics approach to beer line calculations using the Bernoulli, Darcy Weisbach, and Swamee-Jain equations to develop his very cool tool! Pouring beer on draft and determining the ideal line


Keezer Modifications: Giving your draft system polishing touches

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Remember when having your homebrew poured from a keg was a novel concept? How times have changed. Check out these keezer modifications a homebrewer came up with.


Faucet Design: From functional to fancy

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Brewers looking to set up their bars have a lot of options available to them when it comes to selecting a faucet. Here are some of the various designs out there.


Cask Ale Beer In A Bag

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The bag-in-box method has never really been common among homebrewers, but is a technique used by many pubs around the world. The reason your beer is not carbonating is that a rigid vessel is required to house the bag. This allows the beer to be pressurized above atmospheric pressure and to become carbonated. The challenge


The Subtleties of Beer Gas

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Years ago I was talking to a crusty dude named Larry who worked for a local beer distributor about the dirty draft beer tricks that can be played by competing distributors. Larry


Design a Homebrew Bar

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You’ve been brewing for a few years, perhaps have your kegging system down pat and are confident in your ability to nail beer styles. What’s next? If you have time, some spare


Sear & Beer

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Beer and barbecue on a summer evening . . .
there’s nothing better! Well, that is, if you have the right beer to pair with your barbecue. Get tips on finding the perfect BBQ pairing for every beer style.


Beer to Glass

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Sure, good ingredients and sound brewing techniques are likely the most important factors to create a great beer. But if that beer is served in an improper glass, it will not meet its full potential. Here’s why glassware matters, and which to consider for each style.


Balancing Your Draft System: Patience is a draft-serving virtue

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If there’s one comforting thing about the internet, it’s the warm familiarity of what are often endlessly repeated discussions on the same topics! One of the most common, at least in homebrewing


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