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A barrel-aged beer is a beer that has been aged for a period of time in a wooden barrel. Typically, these barrels once housed bourbon, whisky, wine, or, to a lesser extent, brandy, sherry, or port. The first bourbon barrel-aged beers were produced in the United States in the early 1990s. As a parting gift
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What could possibly go wrong when you’re brewing your own beer? https://youtu.be/M9X6wn7yyy8 Jeff Parker from The Dudes’ Brewery (http://www.thedudesbrew.com) and Andy Black from MacLeod Ale Brewing Co. (http://www.macleodale.com) talk to us about getting started home brewing beer. If you like these videos as much as we love filming them, SHARE them with your friends. For
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Lurking at the back of my fridge is a mason jar of yeast. Mystery yeast. I truly have no memory of what it is. Sometimes I do steal yeast from starters and save it for later but this has been in the fridge for years without a label. So, I’m going to brew with it.
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What most homebrewers love most about hop harvest season is the chance to brew with fresh hops, and that’s what this video is all about. We brew two batches of beer and show you what to consider when brewing a fresh hop beer (sometimes called wet hop beer) including when and how many fresh hops
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Release the chemists! Ok, maybe just one chemist. Adrian is out of his kitchen and headed to Mother Earth Brew Co. in Vista, CA where he learns all about the chemistry of the beer brewing process. THE CHEMISTS Adrian P. Defante is a senior scientist at Hollister Incorporated where he works to develop medical products
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