Month: October 2019

A quick and easy way to filter your Home brew: Amazon Links below: 1/4″ in/out Filter Housing: https://goo.gl/rtu836 as seen in Video 1/4″ in/out Filter Housing: https://goo.gl/mvUnwY second option 10″ Filter: https://goo.gl/I43EbN 1/4″ brass hose barb: https://goo.gl/WvjUAy 1/4″ hose: https://goo.gl/MLjHnE 1/4″ hose clamps: https://goo.gl/9Iez5H Option Beer Filtering System Kit: through pressurized keg: https://goo.gl/S6uMIG 3/4″ hose
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This week it’s Helles Bock, otherwise known as Maibock. This is a strong malty German lager but much paler in color than you might expect for a bock beer. In addition to brewing this up, Martin experiments with chilling wort to lager temperatures using a combination of a JaDeD immersion chiller, a couple of bags
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Sharing how I’ve installed a hand pull at home to serve home brewed cask type beer without the risk of oxidisation when using a traditional cask. Please see the list of fittings below – other suppliers are available, of course! Vitop Connector = https://www.vigoltd.com/Catalogue/Fittings/Vitop-connector-for-bag-in-box-79732 20L Bags = https://www.vigoltd.com/Catalogue/Bag-in-boxes/20-litre-bag-pack-of-10-97648 3/8 Beer Line = https://www.brewuk.co.uk/3-8-beer-line.html Check Valve
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When you think of Oktoberfest – at least here in the US – you think of beer with an amber color. But the most popular festival beer in Germany is, fittingly the lighter and easier to drink Festbier. Recipe: 9 lbs 8.0 oz Pilsner; German 1 lbs 8.0 oz Munich Type I 8.0 oz Victory
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