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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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Looking Back On The Year 2014
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How To Add A Whirlpool Port To Your Kettle

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ezBrewingWater-RO©
ezBrewingWater-RO© is a water chemistry calculator created specifically for homebrewers
who want to use the best water possible when brewing their beer. When
starting out with an RO water source there is no need to interpret water
reports or having to gu...

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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Come join in the fun as we welcome area homebrewers to the Monmouth County Homebrewers Association's July meeting. This meeting will be held at The Brewers Apprentice located at 865 Route 33 West (Business Road), Suite 4, Freehold, NJ 07728 from 7:00-9:00PM.

July Meeting Agenda:

A walk through of the Kölsch beer style along with some tips on brewing this classic style at home. It's the perfect summertime sipper to cool you off on a sizzling hot day or night.

A MCHA beer style tasting event, so bring the equivalent of two 22 ounce bottles of your favorite homebrew and get in on the fun. Participants will pour 3-4 ounce samples of their homebrew to sample. Members are encouraged to participate in a 'question and answer' discussion on each style afterwards.

A Brewery Bounce update on which breweries have agreed to host MCHA future meetings and/or events. So far we have confirmation from Little Dog Brewery in Neptune NJ and JugHandle Brewing Company in Tinton Falls NJ.

'Remember we're here for the beer!'
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