23 September 2016
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Naturally A Bit Wild

The primary time Michael Crane, a homebrewer who since helped discovered Crane Brewing beer, good food and traveling in Kansas Metropolis, collected yeast within the wild, he began by setting a big bucket underneath a good friend’s pear tree. The tradition he found fermented beer that tasted like a saison. When Christian DeBenedetti went on the lookout for a wild […]
14 September 2016
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Slow & Steady Wins the Race in Fermentation

For every beer brewed, the yeast cells live out a whole series of steps. They wake up, grow new yeast cells, consume sugars, and produce carbon dioxide, alcohol, and a host of other compounds, then drop back into a dormant state and fall out of solution. It’s easy to overstate the extent to which we as brewers actually “make” beer […]

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