Originally posted July 27, 2016 on The Homebrew Academy | Don’t let this title fool you – no one is telling you that you can’t drink beer. This is an interesting article discussing the facts surrounding the different “beer is good for you” news headlines we often hear about!
Articles from July 2016
Originaly posted July 25, 2016 on Beer Simple | Josh provides some good insights on the history of homebrew adaptaion from the “Big Boys” and why that may not be the best, or in his case simplest, way to make beer at home
Originally posted o nJuly 28, 2016 on Brulosophy | Brulosophy team gives their input on the current state of homebrewing as well as receiving Gary Glass’s take!
Originally posted July 25, 2016 on Brew Beer Blog | Hill Farmstead is known for some great beers, the problem is they are somewhat hard to get your hands on unless you visit the farm in Vermont. See one brewer’s take on Marlene, Hill Farmstead’s double IPA
Originally posted July 24, 2016 on Cultures for Health | Kombucha, or fermented tea, can be a very refreshing and healthy drink. This is a great guide that will get you from scoby to tummy in no-time!
Originally posted on July 25, 2016 on Homebrew Answers | This is a good guide for beginners, but also employs somes tricks that could better the more advanced brewer – steeping in you mash anyone?
Originally posted July 25, 2016 on Port66 |Dextrose, sucrose, or dme? Find out what affect different sugars have on your wort!
Originally posted July 24, 2016 on Beer and Brewing | Ah, the “May Bock” beer, but why are we talking about this in July? Josh points out why he prefers maibock in the fall and why NOW is the time to brew one. Find out how to make it great!
Originally posted July 22, 2016 on EC Kraus | What are the differences between dry and liquid malt extract? Is one better for a certain purpose? Find out in this article
Originally posted on July 25, 2016 on The Mad Fermentationist | Michael has provided an excellent guide to developing recipes. This is not one you will want to pass up on reading!
Originally posted July 20, 2016 on Homebrew Supply | This article goes over the different boil times homebrewers use to achieve the best results. Whether you are looking for hop aroma ales or crisp lagers this boiling post should have something for you.
Originally posted July 24, 2016 on Brown and Bitter | Read Amos thoughts of 5 different saison’s and/or bier de gardes!
Originally posted July 25, 2016 on Brulosophy | The brulosophy team evaluates the difference between 10 year old and fresh simcoe hops. Will there be a noticeable difference?
Originally posted July 22, 2016 on Homebrew Academy | Apricots and peaches provide and fruitiness to this IPA using 15% oats.
Originally posted July 22, 2016 on Ales of The Riverwards | Ed uses pluots, which are a hybrid apricot and plum, in his rye saison recipe