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So you want to add some fruit to that stout or wheat beer!
Do you know how? Do you know what ways are less risky then others?
In my latest article, I examine how to add fruit to beer. There are several ways to do so.
You can go to the ARTICLES tab and go to the ADDING FRUIT TO BEER article of hit THIS LINK!
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Like this NEW converted 15.5 gallon keg at an unbelievable price!
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What do you know about beer styles and water? Like most homebrewers, I didn’t really know much about it until I dug down deeper into it.
I could call this WATER CHEMISTRY 101 but instead I call it “Water Treatments.”
Find out what you need to know about water chemistry and how it relates to different beer styles by hitting THIS LINK or going to the Articles tab.
Amber is a fellow homebrewer, a member of the Animas Alers Homebrewing Club and a friend.
She started a blog about her upcoming hop project at the old Fort Lewis Farm. Here is her first article from her blog. I have also linked to her webpage in the article so you can keep track of her progress.
Today I review Monk’s Cafe Flemish Sour Ale.
This will be a growing section of my critic of these craft beers.
So what do you know about brewing gluten free?
Did you know 2-3 million Americans cannot tolerate gluten in their beer? So what is a person with Celiac Disease supposed to do when they are thirsty? Drink beer of course, made with the plant to the left.
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The link below will get you entered into the Ska Brewing/Animas Alers Pro-Am Homebrew Competition.
It is posted here and on the Pro-Am tab above.
Nothing looks better then a crystal clear beer after you worked out in the yard or after working hard all day! You come home, hit the tap and you get a cloudy, less attractive beer. Not that there is anything wrong with cloudy beer, but sometimes you want to be able to see through it. It is, after all, part of the visual thing.
So how do you clear it up after you bottle or keg it? Simple! Hit this link to find out, it is my latest article on using gelatin to clear your beer or go to the ARTICLES tab and select Using Gelatin for Beer Clarity.