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Danny Fullpint Tyler Sadler

This week we are joined by home brewer, pro brewer, podcaster Tyler Sadler. We discuss many things including: – Tyler getting into “good beer.” – First home brewing experience. – Joining a homebrew club. – Why homebrewers make the obscure? – Sharing etiquette. – Brew’d Up Podcast – Aspirations for the show. – LIT Brew. […]

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Roadhouse Mountain Jam Vol 8

(JACKSON HOLE, WY) – Jackson Hole’s Roadhouse Brewing Co. introduces Mountain Jam Vol. 8 (6.8% ABV), the latest in its ongoing series of musically-inspired brews. A smooth and juicy Hazy IPA, Mountain Jam Vol. 8 was created in partnership with the celebrated bluegrass-influenced Americana band Railroad Earth. “The best way I can describe this beer is tropical fruit punch. Red fruits, […]

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Public Offering Brewing

(DENVER, CO)—Public Offering Brewing Co. (1736 South Broadway Denver, CO 80210), a community-minded brewery in the South Broadway neighborhood, is proud to announce their grand opening this fall. Cheekily named, in part, due to Founder Cody Higginbottom’s investment banking background, the financial associations stop there. Instead, Public Offering’s name is a nod to the idea that […]

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In the second episode of Beer Geek we take a step back in time and explore the origins of the India Pale Ale. From imperialism in India, to bad business in England. The story of the Burton brewers who continued a legacy set up by Hodgson’s brewery in London. We also bust a few myths
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Are you looking to improve the quality of your beer? Try adding Campden Tablets to your brew day! Campden tablets are a sulfur-based compound made of either sodium or potassium metabisulfite. They are used to add sulfites to a solution to either kill undesirable microbes, stabilize and prevent oxidation, or remove chlorine from a solution.
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All-grain brewing requires the use of certain pieces of equipment and instruments. American Homebrewers Association Director Gary Glass covers the equipment needed to complete an all-grain brew, and suggests a few additional gadgets that can make your brew day even more successful.
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Full Playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLLALQuK1NDrhKVut_sRuO0KQXiqHFcX2l – – Watch more How to Make Beer At Home videos: http://www.howcast.com/videos/492467-Making-Beer-at-Home-with-Chris-Cuzme-Beer-Brewing Hi, my name is Chris Cuzme. I am a long-time member and current president of the New York City Home Brewer’s Guild. I’ve been home brewing since about 2001, and I love it. I’m crazy addicted to it, and I’m
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VBC Gorgeous Citra IPA

(WILLIAMSBURG, VA) – The Virginia Beer Company (VBC) this week will release Gorgeous Citra IPA, the latest addition to its core lineup of beers available throughout the year. Gorgeous Citra IPA, first brewed as a VBC taproom exclusive in April 2021, is a 5.7% ABV dry-hopped hazy IPA bursting with citrusy notes from the generous […]

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Lost in Fragaria

(Hood River, OR) — Ferment Brewing in Hood River today announced the release of Lost in Fragaria, a sour ale brewed with generous amounts of Oregon strawberries. The beer is the second in Ferment’s Wild Batch Series, which highlights a variety of Oregon-grown fruit, and is released in 12oz 6-pack cans. Lost in Fragaria was […]

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