How to Identify Yeast Flavors in Beer: Esters, Phenols, and Alcohols.

How to Identify Yeast Flavors in Beer: Esters, Phenols, and Alcohols.

Brewers have always reused yeast, though they did not always know it.  The German Beer Purity Law, "Reinheitsgebot," from 1516 said that beer could only be made with three ingredients: barley, hops, and water. But German brewers following this law carried over a small portion of each batch to the next, not knowing that this practice transferred the all-important yeast from the old batch to the new. Families in Scandinavia once passed down prized beer-brewing sticks that were used to stir the…

Homebrewing: Reusing Yeast

Brewers have always reused yeast, though they did not always know it. The German Beer Purity Law, "Reinheitsgebot," from 1516 said that beer could only be made with three ingredients: barley, hops, and water. But German brewers following this law carried over a small portion of each batch to the next, not knowing that this practice transferred the all-important yeast from the old batch to the new. Families in Scandinavia once passed down prized beer-brewing sticks that were used to stir the…

Automated Professional Microbrewery

Automated Professional Microbrewery

The art of winemaking has always ranked as a rarefied pursuit for the high-end wine lovers. But, when owning vineyards is not enough, many super-rich celebrities have revealed their secret desire to learn the craft of winemaking someday; from Lady Gaga, J

The Home Brewing Calendar #beer #homebrew www.LiquorList.com "The Marketplace for Adults with Taste!" @LiquorListcom   #LiquorList

The Home Brewing Calendar #beer #homebrew www.LiquorList.com "The Marketplace for Adults with Taste!" @LiquorListcom #LiquorList

Increasing beer head retention

Increasing Beer Head Retention And Body

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