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Week 74: Reiterated Mashing
Comments | Posted in Weekly Mash | By Grainfather - All Grain Brewing
10/06/2016 08:26
This week, Dave and Mark from our UK office did some experimentation with a technique first coined by Chris Colby back in 2007. The technique is called 'reiterated mashing' and seems perfectly suited for people hoping to brew higher ABV beers in the Grainfather. Read on below to find out how!...
Week 49: Panhead Custom Ales Collab
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27/11/2015 12:15
This week there's more of what JK got up to when he was in NZ for the Grainfather's 1st Birthday Road Show. JK and Mike brewed a unique Pineapple and Lime Sour and we also ran a competition for a Grainfather owner to go along and brew with these guys. Jeff Robinson had a fantastic time! ...
Week 48: Brewing a Summer Rye
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19/11/2015 06:30
This week we caught up with Randy Dipner from Colorado, USA. He and his friend John Haven have joined the Grainfather craze and are helping us out by showing off the Grainfather at various beer festivals and events. They both have a huge bank of brewing knowledge and experience and are...
Week 47: Brewing a Kellerbier
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13/11/2015 08:36
If you happened to be at the beverage trade industry event ‘Brau Beviale’ in Nuremberg over the last few days you may have seen a few of the guys from the Grainfather demonstrating the system at our stand (and giving away some great beers – let us know if you tried any). We...
Week 46: The Importance of Grain Crush for Achieving Maximum Efficiency
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06/11/2015 08:04
We get a lot of questions about what is the ‘best’ crush for grain when using the Grainfather. The crush of your grain is important as the finer the grain is milled, the more efficient conversion will be in the mash. However, mill your grain too fine, and you will encounter...