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Author: Phil Rusher While the most zealous of craft beer enthusiasts might disagree, coffee and beer work really well together, and the fact most breweries produce at least one coffee beer suggests the masses agree. There are numerous methods to impart coffee flavor to beer, many involving the addition of real coffee at some point in […]
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Author: Marshall Schott It wasn’t until nearly a decade after I started brewing that I realized I enjoyed beers that possessed a more assertive acidity compared to the standard lagers and ales I’d been making. While the word “sour” was once squirm inducing, these days I consider myself among the growing group of trend-following craft […]
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Author: Jake Huolihan Of the various adjuncts that can be added to beer, hot chili peppers are among the most unique, imparting flavors commonly associated with Southwestern cuisine along with a noticeable heat. While the ultimate Scoville rating of a chili beer largely depends on the types and amounts of peppers used, some content the […]
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Phil was born and raised on the coast of New Jersey before making his way to central New York, where he currently resides with his family. Having studied cell biology and neuroscience in college, Phil enjoys the more experimental side of brewing and beer, making him a natural fit for Brülosophy. Currently working as a […]
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Author: Marshall Schott Named for the town in which it was originally cultivated, Tettnanger is one of the four German noble hop varieties along with Saaz, Hallertau, and Spalt. Sharing some of the earthy characteristics found in classic English varieties such as Fuggles, Tettnanger is also known to impart a subtle spiciness along with balanced […]
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Author: Phil Rusher The increased demand for hop forward beer has naturally led to increased production on the commercial market, a great thing for the hopheads out there, but it’s resulted in a paucity of options for more malt-forward styles. Evidence of this trend’s bleed into homebrewing can be seen in the number of IPA […]
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Author: Marshall Schott From heating strike water to boiling wort, the brewing process demands quite a bit of energy and there are myriad options available to brewers these days. My introduction to brewing began with a humble setup that involved boiling wort made from extract in a pot on my apartment stove. A few years and […]
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