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Clarity Ferm vs. Gelatin | exBEERiment Results!

Author: Ray Found

For some brewers, haziness in their beer is a point of pride, an indication that it is somehow more “natural” than the gin-clear swill produced by macro-breweries. 2,174 more words

Home Brew

Recipe - Hoppy Saison

It is probably is not surprising but I like to homebrew (and make cider). About once every three weeks (more or less) I try to make a new beer. 805 more words

Pilsner

Yeast Starter #01 (WLP400)

Up until now I’ve only ever used dry packet yeast in my brews as they are cheap, easy to use, and depending on the strain capable of producing some pretty good beers. 538 more words

Homebrewing

Yeast Starter

Last night I made a 1 liter yeast starter of White Labs 001 California Ale for the Green Bullet IPA I’m going to brew along with my coworker Gary on Saturday.   171 more words

Brewing

Sour Beers & Skunky Beers

“Fermenting yeasts produce more than just ethanol and carbon dioxide. They make flavorful, aromatic molecules: acids and esters. But which ones make which ones?” wonders William Bostwick as he attempts to recreate a sour beer in his kitchen in San Francisco’s Mission District. 49 more words

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Market Test a Success

Delta Slough Brew showcased  a Steam Ale –California Common style at the Kilt Pub in Sacramento on May 1, 2015, appropriately named Steamboat Slough.  I’d like to thank the owners, servers, and bartenders for their assistance that made this a very successful test.   241 more words

Beer Chat

I Steam, You Steam, We All Steam For... | exBEERiment Results!

Subtle malt graininess with the perfect hint of toasty nut combined with rustic aromas of damp wood and even a slight minty character in a beer that’s as crisp and easy drinking as it is full of delicious character: California Common, aka “Steam” beer, one of the only styles America can claim fully as its own. 1,518 more words

Homebrew