Making a yeast starter is one of the best and easiest ways to improve the quality of your homebrew. Many beginner homebrewers skip this step and often consider it as more work than it is worth. A typical brew day … Continue Reading
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Truth be told, homebrewing isn’t exactly the simplest hobby for a beginner or even the easiest for an experienced brewer. You have to think about your grains, mashing, lautering, boiling, adding hops…and this is just the tip of the iceberg. … Continue Reading
Most homebrewers outgrow ice baths for cooling wort down to pitching temperature within a short time of getting into all-grain brewing. Ice baths are also difficult to use for anything more than 2.5-gallon brews and can easily take the joy … Continue Reading
Around August to September, the buzz surrounding hops in brewing circles intensifies. This seasonal hopping madness is not accidental but rather coincides with the annual hop harvest. So what is dry hopping? Why go this route? More importantly, how do … Continue Reading