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What is Dry Hopped Beer?

Dry hopping is a brewing technique that originated centuries ago in Britain – it referred to the addition of whole hop cones, known for their antibacterial qualities, to the cask of matured beer in part to preserve it while being transported without refrigeration. 665 more words

London Beer

Metso’s Nelprof® helps select a pump for optimum control valve pressure drop

Text: Jon F. Monsen

In a previous posting (Determining the Control Valve Pressure Drop for Control Valve Sizing Purposes) I discussed the correct method for determining the control valve sizing pressure drop when the system already exists or has been designed. 804 more words

Oil & Gas

Day 899: Waiting for the other ____ to drop

Rather than have you wait for the point of this post to drop, I’ll start by telling you that I hear this phrase a lot, in therapy sessions: 378 more words

Personal Growth

Determining the control valve pressure drop for control valve sizing purposes

Text: Jon F. Monsen

When determining the control valve pressure drop to use in a control valve sizing calculation, there are three possible scenarios. 1) You have a control valve specification sheet with process data (including valve sizing pressure drop information) provided by experienced piping engineers in your organization or an Engineering, Procurement and Construction (EPC) company. 645 more words

Oil & Gas

REVIEW: Pressure Drop & BrewDog Syd Strong's

Pressure Drop & BrewDog
Syd Strong’s
7.1%
Hackney, England & Aberdeen, Scotland


When two of your favourite breweries decide to put their heads together and make a collaborative brew it’s a pretty exciting prospect. 256 more words

Reviews

Guest Post from Peter McKerry: Made in Hackney--London Brewers' Market

Peter McKerry is a London-based beer geek whose blog, Drunken Cinema, is soon to be reborn with a fancy-pants new website: Brew Geekery. The revamped blog will continue to document Peter’s increasing obsession with beer, and will feature beer and event reviews as well as commentary on the beery issues of the day. 622 more words

London Brewers' Market