#homebrewing

I have a few clone recipes I want to try next month and a little something I want to get off my chest.
Check out the craft beer of the month https://sites.google.com/view/craft-beer-brewing/home

1 day, 8 hours ago

With glass in hand I try my new hopped cider
'twas the day after New Years and I wanted something milder
My head was sore, my tounge was dry
This brand new batch I was dying to try
I was groggy and tender, and lots of trips to the bog
Ah what the hell, I thought. Lets hair of the dog
Check out these brewing recipes, Extract/All Grain and even the odd cider recipe!
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1 week, 4 days ago

Cider update, The Propane-Burner that never was and a way to make cash drinking beer!
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For homebrewing and Craft Beer related articles/blogs and recipes check out https://sites.google.com/view/craft-beer-brewing/home

3 weeks, 1 day ago

Its pretty demotivating when you taste your beer for the first time and it doesn't taste the way you want it to. Sure, Temperature Control and Sanitation are the cornerstones to successful brewing. But having the right balance of hop bitterness to malt sweetness is also key. And if all else fails check out my Number 1 hack if you're in a pinch. Read Dave Carpenters article about balancing your beer 'A Balanced Beer' when you sign up. CHECK IT OUT HERE! https://sites.google.com/view/craft-beer-brewing/home
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4 weeks ago

Things going great until you check the hydrometer readings? Yep, I've been there. Check out some things i've learnt in the last 8 years so this never happens again, And find out what I'll be brewing next.
Brew Great Beer Like The Pros, also go into the draw to win free beer! https://sites.google.com/view/craft-beer-brewing/home

1 month, 3 weeks ago

The final in my off-flavour series, this time we tackle a few more flavour issues and I'll have a chat about what's coming up.
Keep your beer within that 5.2-5.6 pH range with a pH meter https://amzn.to/3CgbHbS
If your mash is too high try adding some Lactic Acid to bring that pH down https://amzn.to/3qABR7d
Using one of these when bottling will eliminate any residual oxygen cutting out any chance of oxidization https://amzn.to/30tbGEM
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2 months ago

If you guys wanna learn how to brew your own craft beer, check these guys out https://sites.google.com/view/craft-beer-brewing/home
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7 months, 1 week ago

Another video in a series on measuring various variables that affect all grain brewing, this video goes into detail on determining evaporation losses within a mashtun during a mash. This information is useful for beer recipe design by increasing the total amount of brewing water required to account for loss due to evaporation so that your brew day wort volumes align with expectations.

Other videos in this series:
Grain Absorption Rate: https://youtu.be/oqdtgrQSC_s
Hops Absorption Rate: https://youtu.be/PDQeRuBlAvA

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8 months, 1 week ago

If you want to start home-brewing, this is a great place to start https://sites.google.com/view/craft-beer-brewing/home

10 months, 2 weeks ago

Today i try one of my Russian Imperial Stouts from way back when and welcome aboard our new sponsor. Show them the love guys. Click and Subscribe. Cheers. https://sites.google.com/view/craft-beer-brewing/home

1 year, 1 month ago

It's not so complicated to start and set up the homebrew wort of nice Czech Pilsner, so this post is going to be to the point and short. Even though there is not that much into it, there definitely are tips that could save you a lot of time and struggle, as well as advice to make your beer taste and look good.
https://homebrewbase.com/brewing-czech-pilsner-beer-first-steps/
Now as I probably mentioned in previous articles, the biggest dependable factors how the beer is going to turn out are the following:
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1 year, 6 months ago

For the last few months, I've been working towards brewing a drinkable beer using only the wild yeasts found on a section of a sugar maple log which was cut from my neighbor's tree in the summer of 2018 and has remained in my firewood pile since.
This was all done in the hopes of creating my own American Kveik-like or American farmhouse yeast culture. For that reason, I designed a regimen to treat this log and the yeast on it as close to how the Norse treat their Kveik yeasts as possible, including the pitching of the log/yeast at high fermentation temperatures.
I cleaned it up and began using it in a series of beers, the first, only to see what would grow. It grew alright but the beer was terrible and undrinkable.
Log Beers II & III were designed with and along with a drying and freezing of the yeast slurries and the log with the intent of running the bacteria out of the log and along with them the bad flavors associated with them.
This "Log Beer IV" is the culmination of my discovery and cleanup process.
For more information, I suggest searching the Facebook pages "Milk the Funk" and "David Heath Homebrew Group" and search "Chaz Nute.

If you have comments or questions, feel free to ask away and I'll answer them if I can, I respond to everybody.
The link to my Facebook recipe: https://www.facebook.com/thewinkingpigbbq/posts/757683167972052?__xts__%5B0%5D=68.ARDNrAV1vfNFA9vez8mUTHLLTZqnea24VbA90uB39XpLTjzp8hWL8oEhRohvIW9ebv7Je2xb5cSNP5u1Pmc8aa-zel3CGC8camhEdRsLv87EUBBvUyDhpfnOww1rE1aMk4FgBxGiWg694T-imGhmH7QbBTY0EXUEzY6m2aHs0IK_Ryp661SiIRn2-fiGUK4hkcjT4L7ZPfxSj1aUZLpUij540VRMUfCvKZFNJ4oP1kUMsOp5XS_3gYpEAY9PwCWCDmzKnYF9tIorIgxG5_se_JJjnD6dzfNH3u4BKyXXDvy949PBfLjkZH2J5bUar_aLtaZCji5yOW8XQTT8szrbfJY&__tn__=-R

The Brulosophy web site has tons of useful homebrewing information. http://brulosophy.com/

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1 year, 9 months ago

Yes, it really has been 20 years since I last brewed a beer but some things aren't that hard to pick up again once you've learned them once. This is the beginning video in a new beer brewing series I intend to make and I pretty much started near the extream end of where many brewers who stick with the hobby end up short of going professional.

In this video, I give a good overview of a typical all-grain brew day with a little bonus thrown in at the end. I brew a beer in the Extra Special Bitter, ESB, or Strong Bitter style. Don't let the name fool you, ESBs are a step below India Pale Ales in the bitterness range.

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2 years, 4 months ago