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What to Know Before Starting a Brewery

July 5, 2017 in Know Your Beer

With the success of so many micro-breweries, many beer connoisseurs are wondering if their own home brew might be good enough to go public. It’s More Than Just Making Beer Perhaps the first thing you should know before opening a brewery is that you’ll often feel like you’re not making beer. Often, you’ll feel like

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Why You Should Get into Home Brewing

April 21, 2016 in Know Your Beer

If you’re the kind of beer drinker who loves trying something new every time you go out or often find yourself walking out of the liquor store with a “Build Your Own Six-Pack,” home brewing might be for you. Getting Started While home brewing does require some initial investment, it can be a great way

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What Are Nitro Beers?

December 3, 2015 in Know Your Beer

Simply put, nitro beers are beers that are infused with nitrogen gas. The gas ratio for these beers is roughly 70% nitrogen and 30% carbon dioxide. What using nitrogen gas gives you is a creamier and smoother beer than regular CO2 beers. This is because nitrogen gas is largely insoluble, meaning that it dissolves more

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Experimental Beer Blog for Homebrewers

November 7, 2015 in Know Your Beer

We recently stumbled across an Esquire article about an avid homebrewer by the name of Marshall Schott. Schott runs Brülosophy, a website dedicated to experimental brews and challenging the conventional ideas of brewing. He calls what he does “exBEERiments,” and there are a number of interesting ones posted on his website after starting it just

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What Is a Porter?

May 6, 2015 in Know Your Beer

Porters are a style of dark beer that are made with a pale malt base with the addition of black malt, crystal, chocolate, or smoked brown malt. Roasted malt is sometimes added as well, but is not a common practice. Brewers may also choose to age their porters after injecting the batch with live bacteria to

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What Is a Stout?

April 23, 2015 in Know Your Beer

Stouts are commonly thought of as strong, creamy, dark beers. Murphy’s and Guinness might be two that quickly come to mind. But, as is the case with many beer styles, these attributes do not constitute the quality of all stouts. A major characteristic of the stout is its roasted flavor. This is done by using

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What Is a Pilsner?

April 16, 2015 in Know Your Beer

  The pilsner (also known as the pilsen or pils) is arguably the most drank and widely successful beer styles in the world. Its light straw to golden coloring, and dense, rich head makes it the quintessential image when a person thinks of beer. Their zesty taste and unique, well-hopped aroma makes them the perfect

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What Is an Amber Lager?

April 9, 2015 in Know Your Beer

Noted for its dark, reddish coloring and caramel taste, amber lagers are among the most approachable beers on the market. It has the same crisp, clean, even-bodied taste that you’d expect from any lager, but has a semi-sweet and balanced flavor that sets it apart from the rest. Brewing Process The lager brewing style uses

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What Is an IPA?

February 17, 2015 in Know Your Beer

The Indian Pale Ale, or IPA, is a beer that most would argue is one that must be acquired. Its pronounced taste, often described as bitter, is created through a complex mixture of hops, malts, and other unique ingredients. Historical Background The IPA style has an interesting and expansive history that begins back in the

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