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Week 173: Winter is coming - part 3
Comments | Posted in Weekly Mash | By Sam Loader - Resident Brewer
05/12/2018 11:21
The ‘Conjuring’ of our stout continues with the fermentation, where we put the beast into its lair and wait for it to grow in constitution, charisma and strength. ...
Week 172: Winter is coming - part 2
Comments | Posted in Weekly Mash | By Sam Loader - Resident Brewer
27/11/2018 11:21
Now that we have nailed down the vital statistics of this stout, it is time to go for glory. The magic ritual follows many of the same steps as your more basic conjuring’s. However, there are a few techniques to keep up your sleeve, if you wish to make level 10 beer geek....
Week 171: Winter is coming - part 1
Comments | Posted in Weekly Mash | By Sam Loader - Resident Brewer
09/11/2018 10:45
The 'Winter is coming' series will be focussed on a majestic beast of a beer that can sometimes be spotted but is always elusive. It’s as dark as night and spends most of its life in it barrel layer, but as soon as this beast emerges from its home. Imperial stouts need time to age...
Week 162: The Wonderful World of Mead - Part 1
Comments | Posted in Weekly Mash | By Sam Loader - Resident Brewer
17/08/2018 09:01
  Mead is most commonly thought of as the oldest form of alcoholic beverage and was most likely discovered by early humans coming across a broken beehive after rain. The honey was diluted by the rain and exposed to yeast, which resulted in the production of alcohol by fermentation. When...
Road to Homebrew Con: Mexico
Comments | Posted in Weekly Mash | By Sam Loader - Resident Grainfather Brewer
28/06/2018 16:13
  Follow Sam and Kiwi's journey as they traverse the globe in an attempt to reach Homebrew Con in time. Along the way they learn and sample the beer from different countries all over the world and keep notes to share with you, to brew the style at home on your Grainfather. Mexico: Sam and...