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  1. Why it is important to have cold water in your LBK before you pout in your wort?

    Why it is important to have cold water in your LBK before you pout in your wort?

    One of the most overlooked steps in our brewing process, but it is in there for a reason and is not to be overlooked. Find out what those reasons are in this episode of BrewTalk with Mr. Beer.

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  2. Hefeweiss Banana Beer Bread Recipe

    Hefeweiss Banana Beer Bread Recipe

    I don’t know about you, but one of my favorite types of bread, especially for breakfast, is banana bread. It just so happens that my favorite banana bread recipe is a lot like my favorite “normal” bread recipe, in that they both contain beer. I know, I know, you’re shocked, right?... Stop! That question was rhetorical. All joking aside if you like to brew and drink Hefeweizens, but you also enjoy warm and delicious banana bread… Say no more, as the kids say, “I got you, fam”.

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  3. Should you squeeze the air out of your bottles after you fill them?

    Should you squeeze the air out of your bottles after you fill them?

    This is a topic that we were discussing amongst ourselves the other day. Does squeezing the air out of your bottles after you fill them do anything? We break it down in this quick episode of BrewTalk with Mr. Beer.

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  4. What to do if your fermenter is too cold?

    What to do if your fermenter is too cold?

    Temperature plays a key part in the fermentation process. In this episode, we offer some tips on what to do if your fermenter is too cold and ways to warm it back up.

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  5. Great Beers to Try This Spring!

    Great Beers to Try This Spring!

    Mild and negligible as they may be for parts of the Country, the subtle signs of spring are starting to appear… With those changes comes lots of new beer releases; not just for us here, at Mr. Beer, but across the craft beer industry. Breweries all over the nation look forward to a flourishing of limited ingredients and inspiration that this season of growth has to offer. It is probably no secret to you that we draw a lot of inspiration for our homebrew recipes, from these anticipated brewery r

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