Sight Glass Videos talks Yeast (health, management, pitching, temperatures, etc) with Patrick Wynn-Williams of Amsterdam Brewery.
Many people who haven’t brewed a sour beer are intimidated by the thought. A “Kettle Soured” Berliner Weisse eliminates most of the “intimidating” aspects of brewing a sour beer.
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?
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.
A homebrew kit is one of the best gifts you can ever receive (or give!). But it can also be overwhelming if you are brand new to the homebrew scene. The following is a guide to figure out the quickest route to making extract beer with your new kit!
Featuring plain-speaking, fun-to-read instructions, more than 150 colorful graphics and illustrations of process and technique, and 100 recipes for classic and popular brews, this handbook covers everything any brewer could ever want, from choosing ingredients and equipment to mashing, bottling, tasting, and serving.
There is a lot of advice and information out there about home brewing and it’s difficult to process it all, but if you stick with a few basic rules, you can make an exceptional beer at a low-cost.