Category Archives: Zen Philosphy

Cryo Hops and Short Boils – An Extract Only Homebrew Experiment

What can I say?  I got an itch to do an extract only homebrew recipe. For those of you that are still reading, despite the “extract-only” nature of this post, there are a few things at play with this recipe. … Continue reading

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Things I’ve Learned From Working in a Brewery

For the last two and a half years, I’ve worked in a brewery.  I don’t talk about it much because this is a homebrewing blog, and I don’t want my posts and discussions to stray into the world of commercial … Continue reading

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Homebrew Bottling Woes: A Haiku

I hate you, bottles. All the cool kids are kegging. This takes way too long.

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Homebrew Voodoo Economics

There are two types of homebrewers; those who start homebrewing because they’ve heard it’s cheaper than buying commercial beer, and those who stick with it because they enjoy it. A while back, a friend of a friend tried one of … Continue reading

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