Early American beer started with ales from the British settlers; porters, stouts, and pale ales (once kilning took hold as general practice in 1703). It is common knowledge that most of the founding fathers were homebrewers, with George Washington being one of the most famous of them.
Have you thought about brewing a big beer and adding those wonderful barrel flavors to your beer. Aging your beer on wood will add some complexity to your beer and introduce some great new flavors.
Learn how to make a mash tun out of your ordinary picnic cooler.
The Sterling hop’s genome is around 50% Saaz and 25% Cascade. The other 25% is a magic mix of other varieties.
Important hints on homebrewing a great Munich Helles recipe.
There’s nothing like the look of a creamy head on a homebrewed stout or the lacing on a glass after finishing a Belgian ale. But beer foam isn’t just about appearance. The bubbles from your beer impact carbonation level, aroma, flavor and body. Beer foam is a complicated and far from understood phenomenon. So, what is foam?