What to do if you forgot to aerate your wort before adding your yeast?
Today we are tackling another common question we see especially from beginners. Your brewing your batch of beer and you add your yeast and then you realize it! You forgot to stir up your wort before you added your yeast.
Ahhhhh beer, we love the way it tastes and the way it makes us feel when we make it or enjoy it, but have you ever wondered if it might have any health benefits? If this has crossed your mind, science says you might be in luck!
Before we get to some of the good stuff, there are a couple of things I must mention so bear with me. Okay, here goes; I am not a medical professional and the information stated here is taken directly from studies and literature published to reputable scientific,
Do you need to rinse your fermenter & bottles after they are sanitized?
For first-time brewers this a very common question. I think the term sanitization can imply that it's dangerous or somehow can be harmful to you if it is ingested.
Few things on the planet pair better with a glass of ice-cold beer, than a hot, fresh pizza. Sure, there’s tons of potential for fancy food pairings with beer, and we love that, but sometimes you just need a nice hot slice to go with your brew.
Now that I have you thinking about pizza and beer, how about we talk about incorporating your spent grain from your brewing into a delicious and easy to make pizza crust! Sound good? Of course, it does. Just like Mom always said, waste not, want n
October 21, 2020
Esters and Phenols in Beer. What are they, and