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I thought I’d share with my fellow homebrewing community the system by which I am able to brew 45 gallons of beer in a single batch. It begins with my 35 gallon mash tun, custom made, and capable of mashing … Continue reading
I am often asked by the aspiring homebrewer what they can do differently, or what they can focus on in order to bring their craft brew to the next level. It’s well enough to take proper precautions with sanitization, but … Continue reading
Over the course of writing The Frugal Homebrewer’s Companion, I discovered that more often than you’d think, the cobbled-together self-made equipment just isn’t worth the price, effort, or quality. Mash tuns, however, pose a problem and have frustrated me no end–coolers … Continue reading
How cool is this? Know the temperature of your mash–instantly! Plus, you can get an accurate reading of your fermenter without opening or exposing to contaminants. And there’s nobody to stop you from yelling “PEW! PEW!” when taking a reading. … Continue reading
An amazing little production here, namely, the recent growth and emergence of new breweries in 2012. Nice to see Fort George, Oakshire, Boneyard and 10 Barrel gaining ground here in Oregon. Oakshire has an amazing Espresso Stout, Fort George has … Continue reading
Thanks to Coalition Brewing and the Oregon Brew Crew, I am now the proud owner of about 100 cans of homebrew at 16 oz. each. There you see the Grateful Dead, Blood Elf, and Slingshot Kegs: I used a stencil … Continue reading
Brewlandia from Geoff Peterson on Vimeo. A film by Geoff Peterson that I was featured in.