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Vince Feminella (Screwy Brewer)
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'Give a man a beer and he'll waste an hour, teach him to brew beer and he'll waste a lifetime'
'Give a man a beer and he'll waste an hour, teach him to brew beer and he'll waste a lifetime'

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It's definitely about the haze! Case in point, Sloop Brewing Company's Juice Bomb NE IPA. Hazy, golden and unfiltered. This Northeastern style IPA continues to be one of my favorite beers to both drink and brew. Over a five-month period, I managed to brew fifty gallons of what has become my favorite NE IPA recipe.
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Looking Back On The Year 2014
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How To Add A Whirlpool Port To Your Kettle
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Various grain types, and sometimes the same grain type sourced from several maltsters, will have different DI pH values. Accurately calculating brewing water adjustments to optimize enzyme activity in the mash is largely dependent on knowing the correct DI pH value for each grain.
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Creating the very best brewing water profile for your next batch of beer has never been easier. ezBrewingWater-RO© is the easy way to perfect brewing water!
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Brewing Screwy's Orange Sunshine Witbier: As the story goes in 1955 the Witbier style had all but been abandoned, left only to exist in the pages of history. That was until March of 1966 when dairyman turned brewer Pierre Celis brewed his first batch and decided to make Witbier commercially available once again. His spiced wheat beer, made from barley, wheat and oats with Curacao orange peel and milled coriander seed soon became hugely popular in Leuven.
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