Originally posted Oct 28, 2016 on Indeed Brewing Blog | So this might be the first action we have actually seen in the homebrew world regarding the AB-InBev Northern Brewer acquisition. Indeed Brewing who formerly partnered with Northern Brewer to sell their Day Tripper and Midnight Ryder recipe kits has terminated their agreement. They have […]
Articles from October 2016
Originally posted on Oct 31, 2016 on Brulosophy | Is that boiling with the lid off mantra really that important? The Bru crew tackles boiling with a lid on vs a lid off in a festbier (heavy on the pils malt) and then executes their triangle test. Will there be DMS? Will there be a […]
Originally posted Oct 28, 2016 on Counter Brew | Step mashing can be broken down into a few simple steps or it can be very complicated. This post dives into some of the nuances of the process. See if you have been missing a “step” in your brewing by avoiding step mashes.
Originally posted on Oct 27, 2016 on Brulosophy | The Brulosophy team discusses the importance of water in their beers with the help of Bru’n Water’s Martin Brungard.
Originally posted Oct 26, 2016 on Homebrewer’s Association | Cranberry are oft used in the fall and can be a really interesting fruit addition to a beer. How about a saison flavored with organic cranberries?
Originally posted Oct 26, 2016 on HomebrewTalk | Electric brewing has some amazing benefits like being able to brew inside or significantly cheaper per batch “fuel” charges, but it has one real negative – it can be confusing! So lets break it down into some simpler terms.
Originally posted Oct 25, 2016 on Experimental Brewing | Denny and Drew’s podcost covers quite a bit of ground in this episode. Most notable to the experimental folks is the NE IPA yeast comparison discussion – the yeasts used were Wyeast 1056 and Wyeast 1318
Originally posted on Oct 25, 2016 on Brouwerij-Chugach | Brian has been brewing quite a few of the NE IPAs lately. As he fine tunes his 6th iteration you can reap the rewards of his trails.
Originally posted on Oct 25, 2016 on Homebrewer’s Association | You know what tastes great in the cold winter months…barley wine! You know when you need to brew a barley wine…right now. Get to it!
Originally posted Oct 24, 2016 on Beer Simple | Maybe we are putting too much thought into mash temperature? Find out what Josh recommends for a mash temperature.
Originally posted Oct 24, 2016 on Brew-Dudes | The Brew Dudes give us their thoughts on the recent AB-InBev acquisition of Northern Brewer. They discuss the theory that the acquisition is to gather data from homebrewers – think what styles are hot – so they can use it in their commercial brewing to sell more.
Originally posted Oct 23, 2016 on Havencrest Microbrewery | As a child I was a big fan of the little chocolate advent calendars…even though it was pretty crummy chocolate. I was always very diligent about eating one piece, and only one piece, each day. I think this tactic would work nicely with the adult versions […]
Originally posted on Oct 23, 2016 on Beer and Brewing | The most recent install on the Beer and Brewing “Make Your Best” series goes into roggenbier – a style which heavily utilizes rye malt.
Originally posted on Homebrew Supply | Big beers were meant for winter. Don’t get left out in the cold by not being prepare with some high gravity beverages next season!
Originally posted Oct 21, 2016 on Homebrew Academy | Imparting fresh hop, or even other spice, flavor at dispensing can produce some truly remarkable beers. See how to different homebrew gadgets perform in this space.