How to Prevent DMS in Beer

January 12, 2020 alex beer

A  Look at Studies and Experimental Brew with Tested Results The past few weeks I have casually been combing through over 20 academic studies on DMS, a topic in brewing that has benefited from a surprisingly vast amount of research … Continue reading

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Effects of mash parameters on fermentability and efficiency in single infusion mashing

January 12, 2020 alex beer

A PDF version of this article can be found here: Effects_of_mash_parameters_on_attenuation_and_efficiency.pdf It is commonly known that there are many factors that effect the fermentability (limit of attenuation) of brewing wort. The series of experiments conducted here are aimed at understanding not … Continue reading

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Аджика

July 16, 2019 alex Food and drinkRecipes

Короткого хранения 700г – зелёный перец большой пучёк – свежая кинза (кориандр) и одна большая головка – чеснок 70г – соль 2 дня сушить помешивая Долгого хранения 1кг – красный перец 0.5ч.л. – Уцхо-сунели (fenugreek blue, Trigonella caerulea) 1ч.л. – … Continue reading

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Improve mash efficiency in your stainless steel mash tun

October 1, 2018 alex beer

Mash efficiency refers to the extent to which you are able to pull the sugars out of the malted grain and into the water. A high percentage of sugar recovery (75-90%) is called ‘high mash efficiency’. A low percentage (60-75%) is called ‘low … Continue reading

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Keptinis – Lithuanian baked beer

July 14, 2018 alex beer

At Šnekutis Užupis Farmhouse ale styles are known for being messy, sprawling, ill-defined categories to the point where it can be questioned whether they really are styles at all. The Lithuanian style keptinis, however, has a simple definition: it’s made … Continue reading

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How to brew keptinis

July 14, 2018 alex beer

The Jančys family brewhouse Keptinis is a little-known Lithuanian style of beer where the mash is baked in an oven. The first farmhouse brewer I ever wrote about was keptinis brewer Ramunas Čižas. A few years ago I put together … Continue reading

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Obi110 reuse using raspbx – How?

January 4, 2018 alex NetworkTechnology

Obi110 was on end of support with no firmware upgrades.  On November 1 2017 Google Voice changed certificates and Obi110 failed with ” Backing off” Connection error. Initially thought as DNS Server issue and tried all and when support refused … Continue reading

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Brewing Water Basics

December 20, 2017 alex beer

For many brewers, water chemistry is treated as the last frontier of homebrewing. Oftentimes, it is ignored or at least not something homebrewers want to think about. The old adage “if your water tastes good, it’s fine to brew with” … Continue reading

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Lithuanian beer – a rough guide

November 12, 2017 alex beer

Lithuania has one of the most interesting beer cultures on earth, but it’s a beer culture that is almost wholly unknown outside the country itself. This guide explains what is so special about Lithuanian beer and helps you choose the … Continue reading

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Parti-Gyle Brewing – Two Beers from One Mash

November 12, 2017 alex beer

Parti-Gyle brewing is a method for making more than one batch of beer from a single all grain mash. It offers tremendous flexibility since you can brew two beers of different gravities, and also add different hops and yeast to … Continue reading

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