This seminar focuses on the all grain method of brewing. We will cover different methods of mashing, sparging, vorlaufing and much more. If you are an experienced extract home brewer, this class is perfect for you.
It’s winter and who doesn’t love a nice glass of barrel aged stout to warm your winter bones? This stout recipe features 2 oz of oak chips to use with your favorite bourbon to give your stout that bourbon barrel finish.
There are many reasons brewers choose all grain over extract brewing. The main reason brewers switch to all grain is because it gives the brewer more control over the final product. Another reason to brew all grain is because it is generally about 40% cheaper to brew than malt extract beers. Read On »
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This summer I had my eyes on brewing a huge Russian Imperial Stout that was to be aged in bourbon soaked oak chips. I was exploring a handful of new methods that I previously hadn’t dabbled in… Read On »
March is just around the corner, and what better way to celebrate the almost end of winter than with a refreshing hoppy Pale Ale. Featuring Amarillo hops, this wheat beer provides a crisp citrus finish. Also, this recipe is a clone from a famous Indiana brewery.