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Over the years, I’ve come to realize that the basic principles of beer recipes design are often misunderstood and rarely well articulated. This week we’re going to look at how you can design a great beer recipes at home using a tried and true process. What follows is an what I consider an overview of the essence of beer recipe design. Starting a New Recipe When I build a new beer recipe, I almost always start by picking a target beer style.
This week we discuss how to brew the perfect Lager with Erik Schmid from The Brewmeister homebrew shop. Erik tells us how to overcome some of the challenges with Lager including refrigeration, yeast selection, ingredients, aging and dealing with off-flavors. Download the MP3 File – Right Click and “Save As” to download this mp3 file [...] Blonde Ale is a light, slightly malty beer popularized by the American craft beer movement. This week we take a look at the history of Blonde ale, how to brew it at home and some recipes. History of Blonde Ales It is difficult to trace the precise origin of the term “Blonde Ale”, but it [...]
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April 2009 Update Back Issue Liquidation Picks Up Steam! As many of you know, I have been selling back issues of BrewingTechniques Magazine at a leisurely - but unsteady - pace for several years. Today I'm announcing that back issues are indeed a finite resource. A number of issues are sold out or about to be sold out. On the other hand, for some issues there are still hundreds of copies available. This uneven draw-down reflects differences in the size of print runs and wholesale orders back in the 1990s.
11 Great Online Home Brewing Resources Since I started this blog 7 or 8 months ago I really should of made this post more of a priority. In this post is a list of some of my favourite blogs, websites and podcasts on home brewing, the ones that I think are the most useful for home brewers from novice to advanced. I am sure many of you will be familiar with most of these anyway but for anyone new to home brewing or looking for inspiration then I think this list is a great starting point. Everything in this list are websites I personally read, take part in or I’m subscribed too so I know each of these recommendations are brilliant resources.