We get asked what the difference between Crystal 20L and 40L quite often. The answer is very simple.
Posted by Will Ferguson on 11/13/2017 to Brewing 101
can add dramatic flavors to your beer. So when deciding between dry and liquid
yeast, it’s important to know exactly what you’re brewing and how you want it
to turn out. It was once believed that liquid
yeast was the better option, but with advancements in technology, dry yeast is
just as sterile, effective, and produces phenomenal beers.
Posted by Will Ferguson on 10/11/2017 to Brewing 101
It can be hard to brew in the Florida heat. A question that keeps popping up is, how do we keep our fermentation temperatures low enough to ferment? There are a couple of ways to do that. Every batch is different but here are a few ideas:
Posted by Will Ferguson on 9/29/2017 to Brewing 101
Urban Brewers finds “How to Brew” by John Palmer a very interesting book for all home brewers, especially if you are initiating in this community. The following glossary can be found in John’s book and we think it is an extraordinary list of brewing terms.
Posted by Joan Perez on 4/1/2016 to Brewing 101