Originally posted on Dec 8, 2016 on Homebrew Answers | Every wonder how is the best way to reuse yeast? Check out details posted on Homebrew answers to start saving money and making better beer!
Originally posted Dec 1, 2016 on Brulosophy | In the most recent hop chronicles article the brulosophy team investigates and old “C” stand-by, centennial hops!
Originally posted Nov 28, 2016 on Brulosophy | Ah, Carapils. So many brewer’s add a percentage to every beer for foam stability and/or body. Others cite just increase your mash temperature will result in the same thing. The Brulosophy team investigates if carapils makes a difference in a Citra Blonde Ale
Originally posted Nov 15, 2016 on The Mad Fermentationist | Michael talks about some beers made with norwegian yeasts!
Originally posted Nov 14, 2016 on EC Kraus | Learn a little about the backbone of all your beers!
Originally posted Nov 8, 2016 on Beer and Brewing | Ah, noble hops. Usually relegated to traditional lagers, get the full scoop on these four hops.
Originally posted on Nov 7, 2016 on Beer Simple | The advantages to purchasing hops in bulk is discussed. If you are still buying hops by the ounce you need to read this article!
Originally posted on Nov 3, 2016 on Brulosophy | Cascade is the quintessential american craft brewing hop. It is the one that really started it al. See how modern day drinkers perceive this hop as it is evaluated in this edition of Brulosophy’s Hop Chronicles.
Originally posted Oct 31, 2016 on Brew United | What is the best way to utilize whirfloc in your wort? Found out as we get the thought process behind it’s usage from Chino_Brews over on Brew United.
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 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 12, 2016 on Beer and Brewing | Unlike IPAs where you can pick a just about any hop and toss it in there to create a respectable beer, lagers require a more delicate and thought-out approach.
Originally posted on Oct 10, 2016 on The Pour Report | Back in August we linked to the Pour Reports mixed fermented sour beer – a beer fermented with 5 different yeast dregs. This is the recipe and tasting notes from his second batch using that mix of yeast.
Originally posted on Oct 6, 2016 on Brulosophy | The latest in Brulosophy’s Hop Chronicles investigates galaxy hops. See what are the top aroma and flavor compounds that galaxy produces in beer.
Originally posted on October 4, 2016 on The Mad Fermentationist | Using fresh vs frozen fruit is a decision any fruit beer brewer needs to make. We usually just search the forums to see what previous brewers have done and make a decision. Michael decides to choose for himself by doing both in this Mango […]