Monthly Archives: January 2015

Collect local yeast

Bootleg Biology Yeast Wrangler Kit Product Description Yeast is all around us. It’s in the air, on every surface, in our backyard, and especially in our beer. Brewers are making local beers by growing their own hops, or even their … Continue reading

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Freezing Yeast

Freezing Starter-Sized Samples of Yeast for Long-Term Storage Written by Brewitt with contributions from HBT members   WHAT: The purpose of this article is to summarize what has been learned about freezing yeast by a number of contributors to the … Continue reading

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Beer Right Serving Temperature

You intuitively know this. There’s a reason we enjoy our coffee hot, our red wine room temperature, and our white wine cold. And the same is true for beer. Different styles of beer taste better to most people at different … Continue reading

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18 Apps That Earn You Money

Your phone and your wallet are a lot more similar than you think. We found 18 apps that will make you money. All of the apps can be downloaded for free, and each has a strong user base to ensure … Continue reading

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IE Pinned Sites and Live Tile Development

Pinned Sites Developer Documentation Pinned sites for the desktop Create live tiles for your websites in IE11 Pinning gives your site a front row seat (samples) X-icon editor

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5 Tools To Help You Find Anything In Your Facebook Timeline

Where is that post I shared on Facebook?! Sound familiar? You want to show something you posted to someone in person and can’t seem to find it anywhere. Or maybe there was something a friend posted, or something you liked or … Continue reading

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DIY hopper

Homebrewers love hops—it’s no secret. You will always remember the first time you smelled those powerful pellets drop into the kettle. The little bitter cones give beer life, personality and uncanny edginess. Without them, beer would often times be unbalanced, … Continue reading

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Better webfont loading with using localStorage and providing WOFF2 support

In my previous article about webfont loading I showed a technique about how to load webfonts without blocking page rendering and without annoying the users with flickering text on all pageloads. This time I show you an optimized version of … Continue reading

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4 Reasons to Try Open Fermentation

Despite the potential risks for contamination, some brewers insist on fermenting in open containers. Whether your homebrewing journey began ten years ago or ten days ago, you’ve had it hammered into you over and over and over: Sanitation is the … Continue reading

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Craft The Perfect Draft – Testing The Waters

When I bought a digital pH tester last year I knew at the time that in order to continue getting the most accurate pH measurements possible, a small amount of regular maintenance would be needed. The way I look at … Continue reading

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