• NEIPA – Mosaic Mist – Platform Beer Co. Friday Night Craft Beer Review
    Tonight on a very special live camping edition of Friday Night Beer reviews we have our first NEIPA from Ohio's own Platform Beer Co. Come join us!! Find us on Social media FB - Facebook.com/shortcircuitedbrewers Instagram - @shortcircuitedbrewer Twitter - @scbclub Reddit - shortcircuitedbrewer Support our channel by purchasing ... read more
    Published on 2017-07-14By Short Circuited Brewers
    7 days ago
  • Grapefruit Milkshake IPA (w/ Azacca, Citra and Mosaic)
    Last fall, I brewed my first Milkshake IPA (and in true me fashion, posted about it almost 3 months later... sigh), Orange Creamsicle IPA. With half a pound of lactose powder, vanilla bean, orange zest, and hopped with plenty of Azacca, Equinox and Galaxy, it came out really tasty. It ... read more
    Published on 2017-07-14By Shawn
    7 days ago
  • Give Your Club’s Website a Facelift
    Hopefully those reading will find inspiration to freshen up club web sites or create a new one. Your web site is the public face of your club. Anyone in the WORLD should be able to use your site to get in touch, learn about your club, and get involved. Let’s ... read more
    Published on 2017-07-14By homebrewclubs@byo.com (Homebrew Clubs)
    7 days ago
  • Honeysuckle Yeast Beer Tasting
    *This post was updated on March 28 to include a link to my recent podcast, at the bottom. In my last post I discussed how I harvested wild yeast from a honeysuckle bush in my front yard and did small test (1 liter) fermentations on the six strains I isolated. ... read more
    Published on 2017-07-14By christopher_wood@byo.com (Christopher Wood)
    7 days ago
  • A Beer at Lunch? Yes, Please
    After months of looking out the window by my desk at grass that was still showing tints of green, snow has finally arrived to Vermont (in the second week of February!). Of course, this means everyone at the ski resorts is excited as business will pick up, and skiers and ... read more
    Published on 2017-07-14By betsy@byo.com (Betsy Parks and Dawson Raspuzzi)
    7 days ago
  • The Final Brew
    My Jubelale clone is complete. Just look at that color! Pretty darn spot-on, I'd say. Obviously, I'm thrilled with that. But the real test comes later, of course, when I smell and taste it. But first… Our unseasonably warm, no let's call it what it is, freakishly warm fall ... read more
    Published on 2017-07-14By richard@byo.com (Richard Bolster)
    7 days ago
  • More BJCP Judges in Clubs
    The Beer Judge Certification Program (BJCP) can be intimidating. Hopefully this will demystify the process and inspire you to push BJCP certification in your club. Of course, the more BJCP judges a club has, the more critical feedback members of the club have at their disposal — a benefit to ... read more
    Published on 2017-07-14By homebrewclubs@byo.com (Homebrew Clubs)
    7 days ago
  • OK Knuckleheads its time for some TRUTH again
    This blog was launched years ago largely on the back of a blog post called A quick Rant.   Years later I find myself still saying and preaching the same things.  Listen to me round eye... you go brew how you want to brew.  If you want to make nothing ... read more
    Published on 2017-07-14By David Stelting
    1 week ago
  • July Club Shop Brew Session – Kall it Kolsch with Matt
    Join Board Publicity Director Matt Myerhoff to brew "Kall it Kölsch," a Kölsch, on Sunday, July 23 at the Home Beer Wine and Cheese Making Shop. That day is also check-in day for LA County Fair Homebrew Competition, so we can help out during our down time, and it will ... read more
    Published on 2017-07-13By Burning Matt
    1 week ago
  • Save $7 On A New Keg Carbonation Stone and Lid
    New Keg Carbonation Stone and Lid Limited time and quantity MoreBeer.com Coupon More Beer Promo Codes for the Month of July, 2017Coupon Code Date: 7-12-2017Promotion Details: Save $7 On A Keg Carbonation Stone and LidPromo Code: BEERDEALProduct User Rating: 5/5Availability: In StockCoupon Description: Today only at More Beer, you can save $7 ... read more
    Published on 2017-07-13By Conical Fermenter
    1 week ago
  • Short & Shoddy – Pt. 5: Oatmeal Porter
    Author: Marshall Schott Homebrewing is a hobby that most enjoy spending time doing, and hence a 4-6 hour brew day can be viewed as a great way to kill some time doing what one loves. Unfortunately, some of us have other things going on that limit the amount of time ... read more
    Published on 2017-07-13By Marshall Schott
    1 week ago
  • Big Juicy IPA – No-Li Brewhouse – Beer Review 553
    Big Juicy IPA No-Li Brewhouse - Spokane, Washingtonhttp://www.nolibrewhouse.com Style: American IPA ABV: 6.1% IBUs: 55 ... read more
    Published on 2017-07-13By ClementsHomebrew
    1 week ago
  • Cryo Lupulin NEIPA: Citra-Mosaic
    A few weeks ago someone asked on my Facebook how I’d stack NEIPAs against commercial versions, I prefer my best to all comers, save Tree House Julius and Trillium Double-Dry-Hopped Fort Point. For my palate, across their lineup Trillium is close to perfect. The lack of a line to buy cans is ... read more
    Published on 2017-07-12By noreply@blogger.com (The Mad Fermentationist (Mike))
    1 week ago
  • Home Brew Wednesday # 8 – Strat Live Thanks – Next Live Brewday – Control panel build question
    Thank to everyone who showed up and watched or brewed for the Strat Memorial Brew day, We really enjoyed being a part of it! Cheers every one! Find us on Social media FB - Facebook.com/shortcircuitedbrewers Instagram - @shortcircuitedbrewer Twitter - @scbclub Reddit - shortcircuitedbrewer Support our channel by purchasing a ... read more
    Published on 2017-07-12By Short Circuited Brewers
    1 week ago
  • [REPOST] OBS Studio Tutorial 2017 – How I live stream with OBS and a Logitech C920
    (Sorry for the re-post I accidentally deleted the video form my channel.) In this tutorial I show you how I live stream all the settings, equipment and some tips and tricks as well as a few downloads to help you out. For the lower banners follow the links and ... read more
    Published on 2017-07-12By Short Circuited Brewers
    1 week ago
  • BULLDOG SPARGER/WATER HEATER FULL PRODUCT REVIEW .
    THE BULLDOG SPARGER Model No. 40861-EU/UK 2KW 230V 18 Litre capacity. Highly Recommended . Great build and features..Only lacking a timer in my opinion. Can be used as a sparger,boiler or even for step mashing with a grain bag. ... read more
    Published on 2017-07-12By Cheshire Homebrew
    1 week ago
  • Homebrew Wednesday #96 The last brew…
    Happy BHW to all of you! This is going to be the last brew in this brewery. In a couple of weeks I have to tear down all the decorations and stuff so we can move to our new house and brewery. Quick Cheers! ... read more
    Published on 2017-07-12By homebeerbrewery
    1 week ago
  • A tale of two yeasts
    or why it’s important to do multiple captures from one source Last July I went cherry picking with my family in Hood River, OR. We picked a lot of cherries. Since some of the cherry picking help was from my 5 year old daughter, a few of the cherries ... read more
    Published on 2017-07-12
    1 week ago
  • 07-13-17 Boom Island Brewing
    Kevin Welch of Boom Island Brewing in Minneapolis has turned passion for music and Belgian beers into a commercial operation designed to carry on a long tradition. ... read more
    Published on 2017-07-12By James Spencer
    1 week ago
  • More Fun Blonde
    Use tap water, preferably from Fort Collins, which “is fairly neutral and great without additions for all but the hoppiest and darkest beers.” Mash for 60 minutes at 152°F (67°C). Batch sparge. Chill to 65°F (18°C), pitch yeast, and raise to 75°F (24°C) over 36 hours. Hold at 75°F (24°C) ... read more
    Published on 2017-07-12By homebrewersassociation.org
    1 week ago
  • Brew Files – Episode 14 – On the Vine With Dave
    The Brew Is Out There! STYLE SHOW On this week's episode of the Brew Files, it's the start of a two parter all about Wine making with Dave Lustig of Old Oak Cellars. In this episode, Dave gives us his history as fermentation curious brewer/vintner, walks us through procuring ... read more
    Published on 2017-07-12By drew
    1 week ago
  • The Session: Drake’s Brewing
    John Gillooly and Devonne Buckingham from Drake’s Brewing joined us in the studio for this episode of The Session. John has been in the beer industry for over 20 years, and Dee came up as a homebrewer – until she ran into John, that is. Together, along with the rest ... read more
    Published on 2017-07-12By Jason Petros
    1 week ago
  • Dr. Homebrew: Episode #101
    Back from HomebrewCon and reunited with Keith, Dr. Homebrew is ready to hit the judging table running!  We speak with Jon Birdsong about his Coffee Coco Porter, and then we interview Nick Corona, who was the 2016 Homebrewer of the Year at HomebrewCon. Since this is a judging show, and ... read more
    Published on 2017-07-11By Jason Petros
    1 week ago
  • Dr. Homebrew: Episode #100
    Our 100th show comes to you live from the expo floor at HomebrewCon 2017! Today, we talk with Todd Fulton from our fine sponsor GrogTag who has a Brown Ale for us, and then Brian’s brother Jimi Cooper is back with an American Strong Ale. Since we are broadcasting sans ... read more
    Published on 2017-07-11By Jason Petros
    1 week ago
  • Dr. Homebrew: Episode #99
    Live from HomebrewCon 2017, Brian and JP are joined by Mead judge Al Joyce, who was dressed as some sort of Game of Thrones mead drinker. Trust us, it was oddly cool. Al is a GrandMaster Level 6 Beer Judge, which blew our minds a bit, but he is also ... read more
    Published on 2017-07-11By Jason Petros
    1 week ago
  • Save 10% At MoreBeer.com On Over 50 Homebrewing Products!
    Save 10% At MoreBeer.com On Over 50 Home Brewing Items Limited time and quantity MoreBeer.com Coupon More Beer Promo Codes for the Month of July, 2017Coupon Code Date: 7-10-2017 to 7-11-2017Promotion Details: Save 10% At More Beer On Over 50 Home Brewing ItemsPromo Code: SHARE10Product User Rating: 5/5Availability: In StockCoupon ... read more
    Published on 2017-07-11By Conical Fermenter
    1 week ago
  • Tuesday Beer Trivia: Brewing Lagers
    Test yourself on brewing lagers in this week’s Tuesday Beer Trivia. We all have tried to deny it, but the truth is, lagers are cool again and better than ever. We aren’t talking about your typical light American lager: we’re talking about your homebrewed goodness that requires loads of tender, lovin’ ... read more
    Published on 2017-07-11By homebrewersassociation.org
    1 week ago
  • Tuesday Beer Trivia: Brewing Lagers
    Test yourself on brewing lagers in this week’s Tuesday Beer Trivia. We all have tried to deny it, but the truth is, lagers are cool again and better than ever. We aren’t talking about your typical light American lager: we’re talking about your homebrewed goodness that requires loads of tender, lovin’ ... read more
    Published on 2017-07-11By homebrewersassociation.org
    1 week ago
  • Hop Oils in Beer Brewing with Stan Hieronymus – BeerSmith Podcast #152
    Stan Hieronymus joins me this week to discuss cutting edge research in the use of certain hop oils in beer brewing. Stan has some interesting results regarding which oils provide key flavors in IPAs and pale ales. Subscribe on iTunes to Audio version or Video version or on Google Play ... read more
    Published on 2017-07-10By Brad Smith and Friends
    2 weeks ago
  • Procrustes v. The Dude: Fitting Recipes to Your Brewery
    Beer recipes are everywhere.  Every jackass on the internet posts recipes, it seems like.  Step one is sorting the wheat from the chaff, so to speak, and we all have our own tricks and tolerances there.  Let's assume, though, that you've found a reputable recipe: it's still going to need ... read more
    Published on 2017-07-10By Josh Weikert
    2 weeks ago
  • Under Pressure (Or Not): Bottle Conditioning Q’s from the BS Mailbag
    Of all the things I get questions about, none surprise me more than questions about bottle conditioning, and not because it isn't important (it is): because it's not something I've ever struggled with.I understand why people freak out about it a little, of course.  After all, it comes at the end ... read more
    Published on 2017-07-10By Josh Weikert
    2 weeks ago
  • The Case of the Multitasking Kegerator: Return to the Beer Simple Mail Bag
    Back to the Beer Simple Mail Bag this week!  Recently, a brewer asked whether he/she could use a kegerator as a fermentation fridge, and vice versa.  The answer, of course, is "of course."  But just because you can do something doesn't mean you should do it.Quick answer: yes, it can be done, but ... read more
    Published on 2017-07-10By Josh Weikert
    2 weeks ago
  • Quick (Good) Lagers for Lazy Brewers
    I wouldn't say I'm obsessed with fast brewing, but there's no doubt that one of the virtues of "simple" brewing is that it tends to be quicker.  That's why it always bugs me when I hear people say that they won't/can't brew lagers because they don't have the time and/or ... read more
    Published on 2017-07-10By Josh Weikert
    2 weeks ago
  • Brewing an Extract British IPA Kit with Joe
    Please consider helping support my videos directly through small contributions through Patreon at: https://www.patreon.com/terpsichoreankid Hello YouTube friends! Today, we're brewing up the TrueBrew India Pale Ale kit, which falls in line very closely with a traditional British style IPA. Lower IBUs, some oak to simulate what the flavor was like ... read more
    Published on 2017-07-10By terpsichoreankid
    2 weeks ago
  • Brewing a Standardized Ordinary Bitter – With Joe!!!
    Can you by chance buy me a beer a month? If so, please help support my videos by heading to my Patreon page at http://www.patreon.com/terpsichoreankid and make a small, regular contribution based on my video creation! Hello YouTube--Joe here! Here we are brewing up an English Ordinary Bitter on the ... read more
    Published on 2017-07-10By terpsichoreankid
    2 weeks ago
  • Brewing a Step Mashed Dunkel with Joe
    Please consider helping support my videos directly through small contributions through Patreon at: https://www.patreon.com/terpsichoreankid Hello friends and 17! Today we're brewing up a Dunkel recipe Nikki found on BYO's website, which includes step mashing and several hop additions. We'll be doing this traditionally with a Czech Budojovice lager yeast, so ... read more
    Published on 2017-07-10By terpsichoreankid
    2 weeks ago
  • Stuck: Managing a Troubled Fermentation
    Brewers make wort - yeast make beer.  In light of that, it's a bad idea to focus too much on recipes and wort production and neglect your fermentation process, which is why so few good brewers do it.  But even the best brewer will occasionally have a problematic fermentation.Diagnosing and ... read more
    Published on 2017-07-10By Josh Weikert
    2 weeks ago
  • Be Cool, Honey Bunny: Chilling Methods and Rationales, Examined
    There’s a certain irony to the hot-and-bothered question I got recently about wort cooling.  As much as I hate puns, I couldn’t resist:“Dude – you just need to chill.”**Rimshot**Seriously, though, chilling doesn’t need to be a cause for anxiety.  Yes, a quick chill will (probably) impart some benefit, but this ... read more
    Published on 2017-07-10By Josh Weikert
    2 weeks ago
  • Brewing A Brewers Best White Chocolate Blonde Stout… LIVE!
    Please consider helping support my videos directly through small contributions through Patreon at: https://www.patreon.com/terpsichoreankid Hello YouTube! And a HUGE thank you to everyone who hung out with me during my first YouTube streamed live brew day! For everyone that asked during the live stream, you can get to my ... read more
    Published on 2017-07-10By terpsichoreankid
    2 weeks ago
  • Glassholes: Marginal Improvement Calculus in Beer Evaluation and Enjoyment
    Overheard in a beer group on social media recently: "I'm bringing beer to a friend's house, and he doesn't usually drink craft beer.  Is it OK to bring glassware for my beer, too?"Oof.  OK, where to begin here...I know it's come up before, but I ran into this one again ... read more
    Published on 2017-07-10By Josh Weikert
    2 weeks ago
  • British IPA Tasting!
    Please consider helping support my videos directly through small contributions through Patreon at: https://www.patreon.com/terpsichoreankid It's time for a tasting! Today we're tasting the India Pale Ale extract kit we made by TrueBrew on the all electric brewery. Overall, it had a strong malty tone, and I really liked that the ... read more
    Published on 2017-07-10By terpsichoreankid
    2 weeks ago
  • You Need Help: Advice for Brewers in the Style of the Brownlow Committee
    The Brownlow Committee: Merriam, Brownlow, and Gulick "No man is an island entire of itself," Donne tells us.  He certainly got that one right: we all need help, brewers especially, and no matter how long they've been brewing.  Why?  Because brewing rewards consistent repetition, and repetition is arguably the enemy ... read more
    Published on 2017-07-10By Josh Weikert
    2 weeks ago
  • Scottish Ale Tasting Time!
    Please consider helping support my videos directly through small contributions through Patreon at: https://www.patreon.com/terpsichoreankid Hello everyone! Here we're taste testing the Scottish Ale we brewed up a while back. I don't know about you, but I just adore all the beer styles from the UK... Rich, malty, good body, nice ... read more
    Published on 2017-07-10By terpsichoreankid
    2 weeks ago
  • Everybody Knows You Never Go Full All-Grain…
    Among homebrewers, "have you gone all-grain?" seems like a rough analog to asking if you've lost your virginity.  "Oh yeah - I went all-grain years ago.  I've been going all-grain so long I don't even know what extract is.  It's just so much better - you've gotta try it..."Sexual overtones aside, ... read more
    Published on 2017-07-10By Josh Weikert
    2 weeks ago
  • The Basics of Base Grains
    "You said to go back to the beginning - so I have."  I can still hear Inigo Montoya slurring that line, and it's good advice, especially for brewers.  So today we check in with base grains, if for no other reason than to be sure that we're getting all we ... read more
    Published on 2017-07-10By Josh Weikert
    2 weeks ago
  • If you like my videos, can you buy me a beer or two every month?
    Please visit http://www.patreon.com/terpsichoreankid to help support my videos! If you enjoy my videos and can afford to buy me a beer or two each month as a thank you, please visit my Patreon page at http://www.patreon.com/terpsichoreankid and make a by-video contribution of financial support in any amount to my videos. ... read more
    Published on 2017-07-10By terpsichoreankid
    2 weeks ago
  • Paper Trail: Identifying and Limiting the (Not Very Obvious) Effects of Oxidation
    How do you know if a beer is oxidized?  That's not the start of a joke - if it was, it'd be a pretty boring one.  It's a sincere question.  The trouble is that, very often, you'll be told the answer is, "it smells like wet paper or cardboard."  One ... read more
    Published on 2017-07-10By Josh Weikert
    2 weeks ago
  • Homebrew Wednesday MBP Brain To Glass PB Stout
    What a great beer. Please go to Manbearpig1122334455 and check out his Brain to Glass Video's. ... read more
    Published on 2017-07-10By sjporr
    2 weeks ago
  • 2017 Sjporr Challenge Registration is OPEN
    Registration is now open for the 2017 Sjporr Challenge. Go to www.sjporrchallenge.org and register today ... read more
    Published on 2017-07-10By sjporr
    2 weeks ago
  • Homebrew Wednesday Enjoying A Barleywine
    Manbearpig1122334455 from Pier View Brewing sent me this wonderful Barleywine. Well done Josh, Well Done Indeed!!! ... read more
    Published on 2017-07-10By sjporr
    2 weeks ago

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