• Scott Janish New England IPA Review
    When I see posts on social media related to NEIPAs, Scott Janish is often mentioned in the comments. He has put in a good amount of research in how hops interact together and understanding grain bills that set a nice foundation for all the intense hop aroma and flavor of ... read more
    Published on 2021-05-15By John Krochune
    8 hours ago
  • Happy Hour – Pacific Plate – 4 Pack
    $16.00 Pickup Location * - Select -Home Beer Wine Cheesemaking Shop (Woodland Hills)Conejo Valley - (Agoura Hills/Thousand Oaks/Simi Valley/Ventura)West San Fernando Valley (Reseda, Granada Hills, Northridge, etc) - Pickup in NorthridgeEast San Fernando/San Gabriel (North Hollywood/Burbank/Pasadena/DTLA)North San Fernando / Santa Clarita (East of 405, North of Roscoe)Westside / South Bay ... read more
    Published on 2021-05-15By Administrator
    16 hours ago
  • AHA Governing Committee Proposes Changes to Bylaws
    The American Homebrewers Association (AHA) Governing Committee—a body of 15 individuals elected by members to represent the greater AHA membership—is proposing amendments to the Governing Committee Bylaws. These bylaws outline the roles, dynamics, and rules of being an acting AHA Governing Committee members. To download the document of proposed AHA ... read more
    Published on 2021-05-14By homebrewersassociation.org
    1 day ago
  • 5 Medal-Winning Eisbock Homebrew Recipes
    Move over light lagers, we’ve got something big to talk about. Eisbock—pronounced “ice-bock”—is a German-style dark lager with a strength (9-14% alcohol by volume) rivaled only by the strong malt flavors. The eisbock-making process typically involves a freeze distilling/concentrating step as well as extended periods of lagering. Ready to ... read more
    Published on 2021-05-14By homebrewersassociation.org
    1 day ago
  • Ingredient Series: Gene-Edited Yeast
    by Jim Vondracek Homebrewers use their creativeness, building recipes and brewing processes using new or novel ingredients, pushing the boundaries of new flavor profiles. Similarly, those who produce ingredients and products also innovate, using both cutting-edge science and brewing knowledge to create these new ingredients and products for homebrewers. A ... read more
    Published on 2021-05-13By Jim Vondracek
    2 days ago
  • Homebrew Wednesday- I got a visitor
    My oldest grandson son came to visit from the Army and my youngest grandson tagging along. ... read more
    Published on 2021-05-12By sjporr
    3 days ago
  • Rediscovering Homebrewing During Covid
    Joe Damgaard’s homebrewing story started 12 years ago. An impromptu brew day with a neighbor quickly evolved into a point of passion, with a stockpile of homebrewing gear and bubbling fermenters to boot. As Joe’s interest in homebrewing grew, so did his family. The weekends that were once spent mashing ... read more
    Published on 2021-05-12By homebrewersassociation.org
    3 days ago
  • 05-13-21 – Hop Timing Experiment, Take Two
    Homebrewer Brent Langdon shares his experiment comparing hops added at 30, 20, 10 and zero minutes in the boil. ... read more
    Published on 2021-05-12By James Spencer
    3 days ago
  • Episode 132 – Questions at Elevenses
      On this 11th go around through the game of "Stump the Chump", we've got questions about everyone's favorite topic: beer. We even questions about brewing and we've got a great and nearly overwhelming answer about hops from Mr. Hop, Stan Hieronymus.  Episode Links: HomeBrewCon Virtual: https://www.homebrewcon.org/ World Central Kitchen: https://wck.org/ ... read more
    Published on 2021-05-12By drew
    3 days ago
  • The Session | Shutdown Special Edition | The Star Spangled Brewing Company
    If the military taught Joshua Romaker one thing, it’s how to overcome obstacles. From his early days as a homebrewer, to his unique ways ofRead more The post The Session | Shutdown Special Edition | The Star Spangled Brewing Company appeared first on The Brewing Network. ... read more
    Published on 2021-05-12By Jason Petros
    3 days ago
  • Summer Wheat
    Mash at 152°F (67°C) for 60 minutes. Boil 60 minutes, adding hops as indicated. Ferment at 67° F (19°C). Carbonate in keg with 2.6 vol. (5.2 g/L) CO₂. The post Summer Wheat appeared first on American Homebrewers Association. ... read more
    Published on 2021-05-10By homebrewersassociation.org
    5 days ago
  • Taiheke Hops SMaSH Beer Tasting
    Hey – we like brewing simple beers to learn more about hop varieties. We brewed a Single Malt and Single Hop (SMaSH) beer with Taiheke hops from New Zealand. As we do, we tasted it and talked about it on camera. Here’s our video on Taiheke hops! Our Taiheke SMaSH ... read more
    Published on 2021-05-10By John Krochune
    5 days ago
  • BeerSmith for the Web Preview
    This week I wanted to share a more detailed look at the upcoming Web based version of BeerSmith which is scheduled for release in June of 2021. It will be available to all Gold+ license holders of BeerSmith 3. When released, you can simply log into your ... read more
    Published on 2021-05-10By Brad Smith and Friends
    5 days ago
  • BeerSmith for the Web Preview
    This week I wanted to share a more detailed look at the upcoming Web based version of BeerSmith which is scheduled for release in June of 2021. It will be available to all Gold+ license holders of BeerSmith 3. When released, you can simply log into your ... read more
    Published on 2021-05-10By Brad Smith and Friends
    5 days ago
  • Happy Hour – Highland Park Brewery
      Join us to talk beer! Beer Order! America's Preference (Premium Pilsner) - 5.5%, Timbo Pils (West coast Pilsner with Citra & Mosaic) - 5.8% Easy Fruit (Wheat ale with passionfruit & grapefruit) - 5.2% Losing Control (Hazy DIPA) - 8% Cool Box Cool Ship Apricot 2020 (blended barrel aged ... read more
    Published on 2021-05-10By Administrator
    5 days ago
  • Mexican Lager Collab, Tapout Brewing Co. & Pier View Brewing
    Josh and I were not trying to repeat a corona per se however despite not using what is widely thought to be Gelena hops in a Corona, we stumbled upon a facsimile more details on the recipe please come over to brewtubers.com recipe download https://www.brewtubers.com/wp-content/uploads/simple-file-list/Corona-Collab.bsmx right click and select save ... read more
    Published on 2021-05-10By MaineBrewGuy Gary
    6 days ago
  • Dead Guy Ale – Rogue Ales – Beer Review 659
    Dead Guy Ale Rogue Ales - Newport, Oregon https://www.rogue.com/ Style: German Maibock ABV: 6.8% IBUs: 40 Malts: 2-Row, Crystal 15, Munich Hops: Perle and Sterling Yeast: Proprietary Packman Yeast ... read more
    Published on 2021-05-08By ClementsHomebrew
    1 week ago
  • Happy Hour – Highland Park Brewery – 4 pack
    $13.20 Optional Beer Add on Add Extra Item, +$12.05No Extra Item Pickup Location * - Select -Home Beer Wine Cheesemaking Shop (Woodland Hills)Conejo Valley - (Agoura Hills/Thousand Oaks/Simi Valley/Ventura)West San Fernando Valley (Reseda, Granada Hills, Northridge, etc) - Pickup in NorthridgeEast San Fernando/San Gabriel (North Hollywood/Burbank/Pasadena/DTLA)North San Fernando ... read more
    Published on 2021-05-08By Administrator
    1 week ago
  • Happy Hour – San Fernando Brewing
    https://us02web.zoom.us/j/87649733624?pwd=NktUemI5ekxJK1VtbWh1WWMyMXZjQT09Event Date: Friday, May 7, 2021 - 16:30 to 19:30Event URL: Tastings ... read more
    Published on 2021-05-07By Administrator
    1 week ago
  • Brew Strong | Moonlight Meadery
    Jamil and John talk a lot about brewing beer on this show, but not too much about mead. So they invited Michael Fairbrother from MoonlightRead more The post Brew Strong | Moonlight Meadery appeared first on The Brewing Network. ... read more
    Published on 2021-05-07By Jason Petros
    1 week ago
  • Auli Winter Run
    Nice day for a run in the nearby woods. Music: Eternal Hope by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 license. https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/ Source: http://incompetech.com/music/royalty-free/index.html?isrc=USUAN1100238 Artist: http://incompetech.com/ ... read more
    Published on 2021-05-07By Tony Yates
    1 week ago
  • 20 Sour Beer Recipes Made with Fruit
    If you are a sour brewer, you are likely no stranger to heft fruit additions to you brews. If you new to the sour frontier, here’s an opportunity to see the vast possibilities of elevating the character of your beer with various types of fruit. Browse through these 20 sour ... read more
    Published on 2021-05-07By homebrewersassociation.org
    1 week ago
  • Brew Strong | Barrel Aging
    Taking your homebrew to the “next level” can mean many things. Often times, it involves some kind of contact with wood. On today’s show, weRead more The post Brew Strong | Barrel Aging appeared first on The Brewing Network. ... read more
    Published on 2021-05-05By Jason Petros
    1 week ago
  • Newport Daze – Rogue Ales – Beer Review 658
    Newport Daze Rogue Ales - Newport, Oregon https://www.rogue.com/ Style: Hazy Pale Ale ABV: 5.5% IBUs: 35 Malts: 2-Row, Rolled Oats, White Wheat Hops: Sabro, El Dorado Yeast: Imperial Yeast - A38 Juice ... read more
    Published on 2021-05-05By ClementsHomebrew
    1 week ago
  • 05-06-21 – Adam's Grab Bag
    Adam Ross of Twin Span Brewing in Iowa shares an Oyster Stout, a Brut IPA with Wine Must, a Hoppy Maibock, and a big Belgian-style Quad. ... read more
    Published on 2021-05-05By James Spencer
    1 week ago
  • Que Bueno Mexican Lager – Basic Brewing Video – May 5, 2021
    James brews up a delicious Mexican-inspired lager with Imperial Que Bueno yeast and traditional German ingredients (and corn). ... read more
    Published on 2021-05-05By basicbrewing
    1 week ago
  • May 5, 2021 – Que Bueno Mexican Lager
    James brews up a delicious Mexican-inspired lager with Imperial Que Bueno yeast and traditional German ingredients (and corn). ... read more
    Published on 2021-05-05By James Spencer
    1 week ago
  • Review of Pale Linus from Wrecked Brewing, and Free Hops???? (edited)
    While editing this video for Matts Pale Linus (Wrecked Brewing) important info was revealed to the Brewtubers Online Homebrew Club. To be eligible to receive these free hops, you must at minimum, be registered for at least one of the two remaining yeast experiments https://www.brewtubers.com/experiment-registration/ or an active paying member ... read more
    Published on 2021-05-05By MaineBrewGuy Gary
    1 week ago
  • Mash Methods: No Sparge vs. BIAB In A Munich Helles | exBEERiment Results!
    Author: Phil Rusher Mashing is the necessary process in all-grain brewing where the starches in malted grains are enzymatically converted into fermentable sugar. While the traditional fly/continuous sparge approach involved splitting the brewing liquor into two volumes, many brewers these days opt for a simpler full volume mash method, which ... read more
    Published on 2021-05-04By Phil Rusher
    2 weeks ago
  • The Gelatin Effect: Dry vs. Hydrated In A Pale Lager | exBEERiment Results!
    Author: Jake Huolihan Many of the most popular beers these days are known for being hazy to the point of opacity, and while opinions seem to have softened about this, certain classic styles are still expected to be clear. While larger commercial breweries often rely on mechanical filtration to achieve ... read more
    Published on 2021-05-04By Jake Huolihan
    2 weeks ago
  • 3-Tap Kegerator | Do It Yourself
    Author: Marshall Schott I bought my first kegerator back in 2010, it was a small dorm fridge with a tower that had 2 low-grade faucets on it. It only took a couple months of forcefully dislodging stuck faucets for me to realize I wanted something with better components that would ... read more
    Published on 2021-05-04By Marshall Schott
    2 weeks ago
  • Brü It Yourself | Home Roasted Coconut Coffee Stout
    Author: Phil Rusher As winter comes to an end and spring approaches, my brewing focus often shifts to darker, more roast-forward beers. The cooler Upstate New York weather during this time of year lends itself nicely to styles like Porter and Stout, particularly those of a higher strength, which also ... read more
    Published on 2021-05-04By Phil Rusher
    2 weeks ago
  • Impact Of Storing Beer In A Glass Growler | exBEERiment Results!
    Author: Steve Thanos One of the many pleasures of beer is sharing it with family and friends, which for those who keg their own or like to take some home from the local pub, often requires the use of a vessel for transport. Perhaps the most popular package is the ... read more
    Published on 2021-05-04By Steve Thanos
    2 weeks ago
  • Short & Shoddy | Czech Premium Pale Lager
    Author: Marshall Schott When I think about the characteristics of beer I most enjoy, a few descriptors come to mind— clean fermentation character with bready malt that’s balanced with a spicy and floral hop presence. As much as I enjoy darker and more hop-forward styles, there’s something about the simple ... read more
    Published on 2021-05-04By Marshall Schott
    2 weeks ago
  • Impact The Use Of Flaked Maize Has On Cream Ale | exBEERiment Results!
    Author: Andy Carter Malted barley contributes the majority of fermentable sugars to most beers and can be manipulated into infinite combinations of color, flavor, and mouthfeel. However, there are other commonly used cereal grains in brewing including flaked maize, also known as corn, which developed a bad rap among craft ... read more
    Published on 2021-05-04By Andy Carter
    2 weeks ago
  • The Hop Chronicles | Chinook (2020)
    Author: Paul Amico Bred by the USDA hop breeding program and released in 1985, Chinook was initially used for bittering, as they pack a high amount of alpha acids. However, as preferences for more hop-forward styles began to grow, brewers realized this classic “C-hop” imparts desirable citrus, pine, and spice ... read more
    Published on 2021-05-04By Paul Amico
    2 weeks ago
  • Jedi Juice NEIPA Homebrew Clone
    Paul Illa brews up a tribute beer based on a homebrew clone recipe for Jedi Juice NEIPA (now called simply J-Juice) from Hop Nation Brewing Company in Melbourne, Australia. Why? Because our good friend Bob Sodman was craving that hazy juice! (What a nice guy.) We taste the beer and ... read more
    Published on 2021-05-04By chopandbrew
    2 weeks ago
  • Jedi Juice NEIPA Homebrew Clone
    Paul Illa brews up a tribute beer based on a homebrew clone recipe for Jedi Juice NEIPA (now called simply J-Juice) from Hop Nation Brewing Company in Melbourne, Australia. Why? Because our good friend Bob Sodman was craving that hazy juice! (What a nice guy.) We taste the beer and ... read more
    Published on 2021-05-04By ChopAndBrew
    2 weeks ago
  • SAVE THE DATE! 2021 Lake Arrowhead Brewfest
    The 2021 Lake Arrowhead Brewfest is on! Mark your calendars for Saturday, September 11th & start planning your beer to serve now.  Location: Tavern Bay Beach Club Time: 12pm - 5pm More information to come including club member shared campsite reservations.    Event Date: Saturday, September 11, 2021 - 12:00 ... read more
    Published on 2021-05-04By tfairbrother1
    2 weeks ago
  • How To Get Hop Aroma Without Dry Hopping
    Mike continues his quest to drive hop aroma in his IPAs without opening up his fermentor to dry hop. His first attempt in this line of experimentation didn’t have strong enough results. Ever the resourceful homebrewer, Mike took good notes and reformulated his recipe to reach his aroma goals. Watch ... read more
    Published on 2021-05-03By John Krochune
    2 weeks ago
  • Em Day’s Pale Ale
    If using liquid yeast, prepare a starter in advance of brew day with one yeast pack, or simply use 2 packs with no starter. Single infusion saccharification rest at 152°F (67°C) for 60 min. Add first-wort hops to kettle and collect 7 gal. (26.5 L) of 1.042 pre-boil wort. Boil ... read more
    Published on 2021-05-03By homebrewersassociation.org
    2 weeks ago
  • Review of Pale Linus from Wrecked Brewing, and Free Hops????
    While editing this video for Matts Pale Linus (Wrecked Brewing) important info was revealed to the Brewtubers Online Homebrew Club. To be eligible to receive these free hops, you must at minimum, be registered for at least one of the two remaining yeast experiments https://www.brewtubers.com/experiment-registration/ or an active paying member ... read more
    Published on 2021-05-03By MaineBrewGuy Gary
    2 weeks ago
  • 5 Ways to use PVC Pipe in your Gardening Projects
    Here are several ways you can use PVC pipe in your garden:1) Trellis for Tomatoes and PeppersIn a big enough yard, you can use PVC pipe to build really big frames. In this garden I once attended to I used some smaller diameter pipe to act as a stake to allow ... read more
    Published on 2021-05-02By Vinny
    2 weeks ago
  • Happy Hour – San Fernando Brewing – 4 Pack
    $19.50 Pickup Location * - Select -Home Beer Wine Cheesemaking Shop (Woodland Hills)Conejo Valley - (Agoura Hills/Thousand Oaks/Simi Valley/Ventura)West San Fernando Valley (Reseda, Granada Hills, Northridge, etc) - Pickup in NorthridgeEast San Fernando/San Gabriel (North Hollywood/Burbank/Pasadena/DTLA)North San Fernando / Santa Clarita (East of 405, North of Roscoe)Westside / South Bay ... read more
    Published on 2021-05-01By Administrator
    2 weeks ago
  • Colossal Claude – Rogue Ales – Plus Stories – Beer Review 657
    Colossal Claude Imperial IPA Rogue Ales - Newport, Oregon https://www.rogue.com/ Style: Hazy Imperial IPA ABV: 8.2% IBUs: 75 Malts: Superior Pills, 2-Row, Wheat, Oats, Crystal 15 Hops: Cascade, Chinook, Belma, Eureka, Strata Yeast: Juice A38 by Imperial Yeast ... read more
    Published on 2021-05-01By ClementsHomebrew
    2 weeks ago
  • Turntable Final Assembly
    Now that all the main components of the turntable are done, let's put it together!  I had a few hangups in assembly because, well, my blueprints were a bunch of scrap pieces of paper in a folder collected over the course of 3-4 years, and stuff didn't line up.  Anyways, ... read more
    Published on 2021-05-01By Diecaster D.
    2 weeks ago
  • Crush Grain at Home with The Hullwrecker 2-Roller Grain Mill & Base
    Outfitting your home brew system with a grain mill is a great upgrade; Northern Brewer makes it easy with the The Hullwrecker 2-Roller Grain Mill and Base. Our two-roller grain mill holds seven pounds of malt in the hopper and features a fully adjustable roller gap (from 0.025 inch all ... read more
    Published on 2021-04-30By NorthernBrewerTV
    2 weeks ago
  • 3MBR | Canyonero Smoked Amber Lager (Fair State Brewing Cooperative)
    Chip's Three Minute Beer Review for Canyonero Smoked Amber Lager from Fair State Brewing Cooperative (Minneapolis, MN) From Fair State Brewing Cooperative website: An Amber Lager brewed with a healthy dose of Beechwood smoked malt, named after a fictional SUV from the Simpsons (“Can you name the truck with ... read more
    Published on 2021-04-30By ChopAndBrew
    2 weeks ago
  • How to Make Beet Kvass
    This article and recipe was originally featured in the You Can Ferment That column of Zymurgy magazine. By Amahl Turczyn Kvass is a Slavic beverage typically made with baked rye bread, water, and sometimes barley or wheat malt flour that is mixed to a loose, liquid consistency, lightly warmed ... read more
    Published on 2021-04-30By homebrewersassociation.org
    2 weeks ago
  • Brew Files – Episode 101 – Quintuple Your Power
      The Brew is Out There!   We've talked going big. We've talked IPA. We've even talked Triple IPA - but we've never gone this far. Drew talks with Tim Kazules of 5 Threads Brewing about making his surprising 5X IPA - clean, crisp and bitter and dry at 17% ... read more
    Published on 2021-04-30By drew
    2 weeks ago

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