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  1. Should you cap your beer bottles as you fill them or at the end of bottling?

    Should you cap your beer bottles as you fill them or at the end of bottling?

    Should you be capping your bottles as you go or should you wait and cap them all at the end of bottling? We break down what you should be doing in this week's episode of BrewTalk with Mr. Beer. 

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  2. Is brewing all grain really cheaper?

    Is brewing all grain really cheaper?

    Many craft beer enthusiasts choose home brewing as an enjoyable hobby and extension of their love for fermentation and the freedom to create their own custom recipes, but another notable advantage is, financial. If you love craft beer; I likely don’t have to tell you that buying it can get expensive, a “bottle shop” 6-pack, at a time. For many, homebrewing can a great way to reduce overall costs, especially if you like to enjoy and share those classy-craft-brews, on a regular basis.

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  3. Do you add your hopsack to your fermenter after a hop boil?

    Do you add your hopsack to your fermenter after a hop boil?

    This is a question that we get all the time with our recipes. So we thought it would be helpful to clear the air!

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  4. Strawberry Malted Milkshake Cheesecake Bites

    Strawberry Malted Milkshake Cheesecake Bites

    Very few desserts bring back nostalgic, summer memories, quite like the flavor of an “old-fashioned” strawberry malted milkshake. Now tell me you didn’t smile a little just thinking about it?! Assuming you have had a chance to look at some of my previous recipes, you already know I love to cook and bake with beer, but did you know that liquid malt extract makes for an incredible cooking ingredient, too? Well, I am here to show you how, with these mouthwatering and decadent cheesecake bites, inspi

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  5. Why you should put your beer in the fridge for 48-72 hours before drinking it?

    Why you should put your beer in the fridge for 48-72 hours before drinking it?

    So this is one of the last steps in our instructions, but a crucial step that often gets overlooked.

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