Originally posted Dec 19, 2016 on Brulosophy | The Brulosophy team tackles the issue of oxidation by doing their best to keg a beer with no O2 and then dousing another keg with pure o2! Can the blind tasters tell?
Originally posted Dec 15, 2016 on Brulosophy | Marshall takes a look between the new (at least to homebrewers) Fermentis S-189 lager yeast and the old stand-by W34/70. He presents the info as an exbeeriment.
Originally posted on Dec 13, 2016 on The Mad Fermentationist | Michael creates a quick soured wort and tests three white lab yeasts to see how they handle the acidity.
Originally posted on Dec 12, 2016 on The Pour Report | Check out how hopping rates can affect a mixed culture yeast. Interesting finds over at The Pour Report
Originally posted Dec 12, 2016 on Brulosophy | The Brulosophy team investigates the differences between decoction mashing and single infusion mathing. Find out if decoctions are worth it!
Originally posted Dec 5, 2016 on Brulosophy | The Brulosophy team investigates if there are noticeable differences between using dry yeast that is rehdrated with water or placed in starter wort
Originally posted Nov 14, 2016 on Brulosophy | In the ever-popular effort to make brew days faster, there has been some berliner weisse’s that are not boiled. Does this make a difference?
Originally posted Nov 7, 2016 on Brulosophy | The Brulosophy team investigates whether there is a noticeable difference in over or under pitching lager yeast (W34/70) for a festbier.
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 on Oct 24, 2016 on Brulosophy | Supposedly Melanoiden and Honey Malt are created with similar processes, but does that mean that you can tell them apart?
Originally posted Oct 17, 2106 on Brulosophy | Could agitating your wort decrease fermentation time and result in better beer? Check it out on the most recent exbeeriment.
Originally posted Oct 10, 2016 on Brulosophy | There are been some disagreement on whether or not you should decant the fermented liquid from a starter, or just pitch it. See what the Brulosophy team finds when they compare the two!
Originally posted Oct 3, 2016 on Brulosophy | In the past exbeeriments the onces with water chemistry have always lead to significant results. Will this test break the trend or further solidify that water treat is of upmost importance to taste?
Originally posted Sept 26, 2016 on Brulosophy | The second carbonation exbeeriment from Brulosophy investigates bottle condition and force carbing kegs.
Originally posted Sept 12, 2016 on Brulosophy | In their first carbonation related exbeeriment the Brulosophy team looks into force carbing compared to priming of kegs. The results may surprise you!