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Week 177: Helpful Resources for Homebrewers - Expert
Comments | Posted in Weekly Mash | By Sam Loader - Resident Brewer
12/02/2019 15:32
Here at Grainfather, we get many questions not only about our equipment but about brewing in general. These questions range from the basics of brewing to very advanced brewing questions. So I thought over this series I would share some of our favourite resources out there, for those at any...
Week 176: Helpful Resources for Homebrewers - Intermediate
Comments | Posted in Weekly Mash | By Sam Loader - Resident Brewer
07/02/2019 15:32
Here at Grainfather, we get many questions not only about our equipment but about brewing in general. These questions range from the basics of brewing to very advanced brewing questions. So I thought over this series I would share some of our favourite resources out there, for those at any...
Week 175: Helpful Resources for Homebrewers - Beginners
Comments | Posted in Weekly Mash | By Sam Loader - Resident Brewer
29/01/2019 15:32
We get many questions not only about our equipment but about brewing in general. These questions range from the basics of brewing to very advanced brewing questions. So I thought over this series I would share some of our favourite resources out there, for those at any level to increase their...
Week 174: Winter is coming - part 4
Comments | Posted in Weekly Mash | By Sam Loader - Resident Brewer
12/12/2018 11:21
The final stage of an impressive imperial aged stout comes through further ageing and addition of barrel character. The commercial brewers are able to put their imperial stouts into barrels, whereas homebrewers add wood chips, cubes, staves or spirals....
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. ...