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Homebrewing with Flavoring Extracts

Homebrewing with Flavoring Extracts

One of the best parts of making beer at home is brewing outside of the box.  Being a homebrewer, or even a cider or mead maker nowadays, is kind of cool because we have such great access to exotic fruits, flavor concentrates and even extracts, as well as being able to make them ourselves.  This week, we wanted to really focus on the available flavor extracts, and how you can use them in your beer, wine, mead or cider, to nail the flavor profile you want, whether it’s a campfire stout or a pineapple-coconut cider.
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Building a Mash Tun with Style

Building a Mash Tun with Style

We're sure you've seen our awesome video about Converting your Cooler into a Mash Tun, but we wanted to go into some more detail about the parts we use, why we use them, and how to use these parts for a keg as well!
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Recipe Formulation and Homebrewing A Wee Heavy

Recipe Formulation and Homebrewing A Wee Heavy

What's your recipe formulation process like?  This week we take you through our process while we formulate a recipe for a Wee Heavy!  Take a look at our formulation process and how it worked out in this beer!
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Idaho Malt and Idaho 7 Hops S.M.A.S.H. Beer

Idaho Malt and Idaho 7 Hops S.M.A.S.H. Beer

The results are in on Pure Idaho Malt from Great Western Malting!  Check out our process when we test new malts and new hops, and see how our S.M.A.S.H. (Single Malt And Single Hop) beer turned out with Pure Idaho Malt and Idaho 7 hops!
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