6 October 2016
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Halloween Candy & Beer Pairings

Every year we pick our favorite Halloween candies, then pair them up with our favorite beers. It’s a tough job, but somebody’s got to do it! After you’ve read the list (and tried some of the pairings!), we’d love to know your favorites, too. Indian Corn + Chocolate Stout or Porter Indian Corn is Candy Corn’s cousin, with more of […]
5 October 2016
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Playing With Fire: 6 Bad Brewing Habits That Might Wreck Your Beer

Bad habits. We all have them, and they seep in to any activity we do regularly. I think most of us start out following brew-day instructions to the letter, but once we get comfortable, we might also get a bit…lazy. It starts innocently enough: accidentally forget to do something during brew day, determine that the batch wasn’t a total disaster, […]
4 October 2016
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Hopback vs. Knockout Hops

Late addition hops are a crucial element of today’s IPA as brewers strive to capture more hops aroma and flavor without adding bitterness. But English breweries (and some brewers inspired by English Brewing beer, good food and traveling practices) have been using the hopback technique for ages, running wort from the kettle through a container filled with whole leaf hops. […]
4 October 2016
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Avery’s Rumpkin Recipe

Avery Brewing beer, good food and traveling Co. (Boulder, Colorado) wondered what would happen if a monstrous pumpkin ale, plump full of spicy gourdiness, were aged in fine fresh rum barrels to add suggestions of delicate oak and candied molasses. Rumpkin is what happened! ALL-GRAIN OG: 1.135FG: 1.020IBUs: 25ABV: 16% MALT/GRAIN BILL 25 lb (11.3 kg) Pale malt (2-row) 14 […]
7 September 2016
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Fermentation Chiller Systems and Findings

  Until recently, if you wanted to homebrew lagers, you either needed a giant cave under your house, or you had an additional fridge/freezer of some sort, with a controller to switch the power on/off based on the beer temperature. For those that were used to “Throw it in a bucket in your basement and let the yeast work their […]

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