Tag: homebrew

Wort Under Pressure

Pressure Canning One of my least favorite aspects of brewing beer is making a starter a few days before.  While not the hardest thing in the world to do, it can be a colossal pain in the ass to lose an […] 

Ss Brew Tech – Ss Brew Kettle

It’s been an exciting year in terms of home brew equipment, and while I didn’t start formally reviewing some of my finds up until recently, it’s been really rewarding to finally put these in electronic ink.  Home brew equipment is […] 

Interview with Dry River Brewing

Our friends over a Dry River Brewing are currently about half way through a Kickstarter campaign to get the nano/contract brew phase of their Brewery plans off the ground. Read more about the Kickstarter and see their awesome video by […] 

The ABC’s of Homebrew

Homebrew Legalities It’s widely known that homebrewing can be incredibly rewarding, entertaining, and a creative outlet for self-expression.  The same goes for sharing that home brewed beer with friends.  But did you know that it’s actually not technically legal to […] 

2013 Stone AHA Rally

The afternoon of March 16, 2013: the sun was shining, birds were chirping, and literal busloads of Southern California’s most enthusiastic homebrewers were gathing at Stone World Bistro and Gardens. What could cause this collection of curious chemists to congregate? […] 

Simon Ford, the Cellar Master

“Well, here we’ve come to the holy grail of geekdom, the very core of radical brewing.  With a strange mashing procedure, years-long wild fermentation, stale hops, blending, and many other unusual and archaic techniques, lambic is one of the most […] 

Beer Judging Series #2: The Guidelines

John discusses the Beer Judge Certification Program (BJCP) in an on-going series about beer judging. Part 1 here. Welcome back to the beer judging series! It’s been a couple months since the last post so to get reacquainted with the BJCP let’s […] 

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