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Author: Jake Huolihan Over the course of my time as a homebrewer, I’ve run the gamut of different fermentation vessels– plastic buckets, PET and glass carboys, plastic conicals, corny kegs, and stainless steel buckets. While each has had their own pros and cons, I ultimately settled on the Ss Brewtech Brew Bucket, which in addition […]
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Author: Marshall Schott The rise of IPA over the last couple of decades was due in large part to the release of new hop varieties that departed from the typical floral-earthy-spicy character of the time and offered drinkers delectably unique fruity flavors. While Cascade hops were certainly revolutionary and lit the spark of the craft […]
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Brulosophy by Marshall Schott - 1w ago
Author: Marshall Schott Back in the early 18th century, a time in which Bitter and Pale Ale were satiating the palates of drinkers in the United Kingdom, Smithwick Brewery of Kilkenny, Ireland released their Draught Ale that, in addition to being more malt focused, presented with a gorgeous red hue. And so was born the […]
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Author: Jake Huolihan Whalez bro, ISO, and aging are among the many things big beers are known for. Whereas freshness is deemed of primary importance for most styles, age is associated with higher quality when it comes to higher OG styles like Barleywine and Imperial Stout, similar to fine wine. And as anyone who has […]
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Brulosophy by Matt Del Fiacco - 2w ago

Author: Matt Del Fiacco Brewers have been experimenting with various types and proportions of ingredients they use to make beer for eons, which has ultimately resulted in the still growing number of distinct styles we know today. It’s fair to say that a good portion of this experimentation starts in the mind of a brewer […]
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Author: Matt Del Fiacco One of the most discussed aspects of brewing, a variable many believe is of supreme importance when it comes to producing consistently good beer, is fermentation temperature. By precisely controlling the temperature of beer during the fermentation process, one is able to modulate the formation of both desirable and undesirable characteristics. Fermenting […]
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Author: Paul Amico As hops go, Germany is perhaps best known for producing classic noble varieties such as Hallertau Mittelfrüh, Tettnang, and Spalt, all of which impart varying degrees of spice and floral character to beer. More recently, presumably to keep up with the production of modern American hops, German hop growers have been releasing […]
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Author: Phil Rusher Since its inception, beer has evolved due in large part to available resources and technology, which has ultimately led to the emergence of distinct regional beer styles. One example of this is in the way certain cultures handled the malting process, and in particular, the process in which the malted grain was […]
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This xBmt was completed by a member of The Brü Club as a part of The Brü Club xBmt Series in collaboration with Brülosophy. While members who choose to participate in this series generally take inspiration from Brülosophy, the bulk of design, writing, and editing is handled by members unless otherwise specified. Articles featured on Brulosophy.com are selected by […]
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Author: Marshall Schott Centennial is occasionally referred to as Super Cascade, as it is known to impart many similar characteristics with a touch more pungency. A solid majority of the annual Centennial yield is grown in the Pacific Northwest, but it doesn’t all come from the same farm, leaving it susceptible to variations caused by […]
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