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What’s Brewing – 8/1/11

Sometimes when you’re brewing everything goes right.  Your grain crush is spot on, you sparge completely clear and exactly on-target for your specific gravity, you don’t have even the slightest hint of a boilover, and your O.G. is right where … Continue reading

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Brewing Lessons – Concord Pyment

I have had several requests for a particular recipe to be posted here.  For some reason, a batch that I made last year which I had thought was hopeless has become incredibly popular.  It had started with the idea of … Continue reading

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Brewing Lessons – RDWHAHB

As I’m sure most of you saw already, I’ve been kind of in a panic for the last few days.  You see, this past weekend I started a new batch of strawberry wine using a very delicious recipe that I … Continue reading

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Brewing Lessons – Sanitation

One of, if not THE most important aspect of your brewing practices, is sanitation.  Sanitation is the overall cleanliness of your brewing process, including your equipment, ingredients, and yourself, as well as your brewing methods.  The first thing to know … Continue reading

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What’s brewing – 6/7/11

This past weekend was a very productive one here in Delaware.  I’ve gotten a new batch of beer started, racked a batch of wine, and started another one.  So ten gallons of wine and 5 gallons of beer.  Most excellent! … Continue reading

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