With a brewing history dating to 43 AD, Scottish beer has had plenty of time to mature into a world-class beverage. With the craft-brewing movement channeling most of its energy into German
A fluffy white head of foam is the perfect capper to a great beer. It enhances the appearance and flavor perception too. Make sure your beer looks as good as it tastes!
Beer as we know it was first discovered by Sir Francis James Beer III in 1873. Beer (the man) was the court scientist to the Queen of England. After first accidentally inventing
Whether you’re just beginning or want to brush up on your technqiue, this article walks you through an infusion mash, step by step.
Porter was designed with economy in mind. In 1722 brewer Ralph Harwood created a brew he called “entire” to replace the three-beer blend that dominated London pubs. Publicans who once poured a
Creating a clear beer without filtering is a matter of using simple methods to reduce the amount of trub that remains in your brew.
What is a German-style homebrewer to do? The poor fellow has sworn allegiance to Reinheitsgebot, the German purity law of 1516, and called all other brewers Schweinhunden for using ingredients other than
As brewing has evolved some techniques that were once considered essential have become obsolete. Decoction mashing, however, arguably maintains important aspects of crafting a well-respected beer. But its role has changed. In