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Enlighten yourself, but please don't correct others. It's just one of those Catch-69 situations, like when somebody has ketchup on their face.
What's your beer IQ? This test measures an individual’s beer knowledge through a series of questions of varying levels of difficulty: Normal, Hard, and Insane.
This time, we’re challenging your homebrewing knowledge through a series of questions of varying levels of difficulty: Normal, Challenging, and Hard.
You've brewed the perfect wort. You bullseyed your strike temp, you had a most excellent cold break, your OG was right on the money...
So you wanna up your bottling game, huh? Well, you've come to the right place.
Admit it: No matter if in a DeLorean, TARDIS, or a hot tub, we’ve all thought about what advice we might give our younger selves if we could go back in time.
Shining up your keg will probably not improve the taste of your beer, but it looks cool and inspires epic brewing sessions!
Decided to take a huge step in improving your homebrew and set up a temperature controlled fermentation system, have ya? Smart thinking.
Convert that old keg into a brewing kettle. The advantages of using a keg for homebrewing pretty much come down to quality and cost.