There’s nothing like the look of a creamy head on a homebrewed stout or the lacing on a glass after finishing a Belgian ale. But beer foam isn’t just about appearance. The bubbles from your beer impact carbonation level, aroma, flavor and body.
So, how can homebrewers improve their beer foam?
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Discussions about water can get complicated fast, especially if you aren’t familiar with hydrology. But there are a few basics that specifically apply to the homebrewer, which can set the foundation for further exploration into the realm of brewing water.
Our top picks for homebrewing reading material. From learning the basics to mastering water profiles, and everything in between.
For brewers that are advancing from beer kits to creating their own recipes, this is a great free software to test the waters. Loads of auto calculations, tracking, tools and guides included.
To the new homebrewer, understanding the differences between batch sparging and fly sparging can be confusing. For the seasoned masher, deciding which is a better process for your homebrewing set-up can be an even greater challenge.
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Agnew presents dozens of recipes adapted by craft brewmasters for the homebrewer to make in his or her own kitchen, basement, garage, or patio. Each recipe is accompanied by full-color photography, an ingredient list, instructions for both the mash and extract brewer, and historical and anecdotal notes about the brewery that provided it.