Brew Talk with Mr. Beer

  1. How to store malt, hops, yeast and grains if you are not brewing right away.

    How to store malt, hops, yeast and grains if you are not brewing right away.

    In this video, we break down the best ways for you to store your homebrewing ingredients in-between brews, Cheers!

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  2. Do I need to use a hop sack when adding hops to my beer?

    Do I need to use a hop sack when adding hops to my beer?

    One of the common questions that we hear a lot is about if you should use a hopsack when adding hops to your beer.

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  3. Why you should ferment your Mr. Beer refills for no longer than 14 days

    Why you should ferment your Mr. Beer refills for no longer than 14 days

    This is a common point of differentiation between brewers. Some people are avid 3-week brewers while others are on the shorter side of brewing in the 10-14 day range. For all of our Mr. Beer Refills, we recommend a brewing time of 10-14 days and we do that for good reason.

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  4. The Life Cycle of a Yeast Cell, and Yeast Management

    The Life Cycle of a Yeast Cell, and Yeast Management

    If you want to learn all about yeast then this video is for you. Part of our new advanced education series this video covers everything about yeast!

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  5. Why you should not boil hopped malt extract

    Why you should not boil hopped malt extract

    Hopped malt extract is already preboiled, so what happens if you accidentally boil it again? Find out on this week’s episode of BrewTalk with Mr. Beer.

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