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  • West Coast IPA Dry Hop Homebrew
    January 10, 2020

    Brewing Your Best West Coast IPA - Tips and Tricks

    No matter what kind of IPA you’re into right now, it’s no secret that this hoppy revolution started with our very own West Coast, and now that there are so many different IPA’s, there are some hard and fast rules that make the classic what it is.  This week we’ll talk about what makes a West Coast IPA what it is and go over some of our favorite tips and tricks so you can make your favorite one yet!
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  • BrewChatter BrewCranium Liquid Malt Extract Homebrew
    December 6, 2019

    Homebrewing with Extract: A Complete Guide

    Extract brewing is a fast and easy way to get your favorite beer brewed, and some people think that it’s not as good as All Grain brewing.  The fact of the matter is, it’s just different. The part where you extract the sugars from the grain has already been done for you, on a large scale, most likely by companies that have perfected the process and can put out tons of high quality malt extracts to consistent specs.  This week on BrewCranium we’ll answer some of the common questions and issues that we get from extract brewers, and explain how to make award winning beer by combining your favorite specialty grains and high quality malt extracts!
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  • Hop Resins:  Alpha and Beta Acids
    November 8, 2019

    Hop Resins: Alpha and Beta Acids

    We all know that when we design a beer, we try to hit a certain level of Alpha Acid Units (AAU’s) or International Bittering Units (IBU’s), depending on how we calculate recipes.  We also know that Alpha Acids are the main components of that bitterness, but how does that work? This week, we’ll be talking all about hop resins, how they work, and what they actually contribute to bitterness and our beer.
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