Writer: Douglas Fuchs

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Grain Expectations

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Brewers always seem to get a bright gleam in their eyes when designing a new beer recipe. Poring over available specialty malts and beer profiles, brewers drool with anticipation at the thought of filling a room with the sweet malt aroma from the mash, filling glass after glass of wort during the sparge to check

Lagering without a Refrigerator

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The possibilities for upgrading a homebrewing setup are endless. With enough cash you can purchase a pilot brewery equipped with a stainless steel mash tun and rakes to turn the mash, a brew kettle with a whirlpool, a lauter tun, a liquor back, temperature-controlled conical fermenters, and more. The list of cool homebrewing stuff never

Hows and Whys of the Wort Chiller

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When a bottle of homebrew fills a glass, the first impression of a well-carbonated, brilliantly clear beer fixes a warm smile upon the homebrewer’s face. Homebrewers constantly struggle to assure that the bright clarity of the boiling wort transforms time and again into sparkling beer. Quick and proper cooling of the wort after boiling will

Hit Your Target Gravity


When your neighborhood pub stops serving your favorite English bitter, what can you do? Make your own, of course. Homebrewers thrive on the challenge of recreating the round malts and bracing hops

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