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Jim’s Fear The Walking Dead Beer Recipe

You might have seen a beer recipe recently featured on Fear the Walking Dead. It’s the perfect post-apocalyptic recipe being that is a Saison based recipe. I’d assume at least one of the writers...

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Sugars Comparison

Sugars are a great fermentable to add both depth and flavor to your homebrew. There are quite a few options out there so it can be confusing. I’ve made a handy sugars comparison table...

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Untappd: A Tool For Beer Lovers & Homebrewers

Untappd is a social beer app designed to connect consumers of beer, cider, and other fermented beverages. It has a swath of great features for both fun and for finding out what to drink....

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Complete Keezer Build

Bottling is probably the worst thing about homebrew so why not make life easier and build a keezer! A keezer is essentially a kegerator but it uses a chest freezer rather than a refrigerator...

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Review: 10 Gallon Igloo Cooler Mash Tun With Coldbreak Brewing False Bottom

A cooler mash tun is cheap way to break into all grain brewing. I built my mash tun from a 10 gallon igloo cooler, a weld-less valve from Amazon and a false bottom from...

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Malt Extracts Comparison

Malt extracts are your door into homebrewing. If you’re brewing an extract kit then you’ll start with one of these. There aren’t hundreds of options like traditional grains but there is enough to make...

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Brew Kettles Comparison

Brew kettles come in a range of shapes, sizes and materials. Bigger is always better so go as big as you can. Material isn’t as important as aluminum pots can produce the same beer...

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Gas Burners Comparison

Your burner is the heart and soul of your brewing operation. A stove burner will be alright for small batches or starting out but you’ll want to move to a dedicated burner eventually. A...

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Cleaning Bottles For Homebrewing

Bottles are an essential part of completing your brewing process. You can go the easy route and simply buy them at a homebrew store but why not save a few bucks. As a bonus,...

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Liquid Yeast

Liquid yeast really is the king when it comes to variety. There are literally hundreds of strains available with more being discovered all the time. No matter what you are brewing you should be...

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