• Easy Partial Mash Brewing in 7 Steps

    You’ve made a few extract-based beer kits, maybe even put together a few recipes of your own. You’re using steeped caramel and roasted malts to add color and flavor to your beer, and everything’s going great. But you want to expand your repertoire, and explore some of the bins of base malts available to homebrewers. Those other bins are full of all kinds great flavors and colors of malts, but base malts need mashing, not...

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  • Wine Grape Varieties and Their Characteristics

    Below is a list of common wine grape varieties, their characteristics and the winemaking practices that best suit them. There are of course, plenty more, and the options for blending varietals or adding fruit goes without saying. It's okay if you just came for the beautiful grape photos. Sauvignon Blanc Featured Product Sauvignon Blanc The flavor is full and dry, with a fruity, herbaceous characteristic, which finishes cr...

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  • Stouts on Nitro: Carbonating and Nitroginating

    Ah, stout. Black velvet in a glass, topped with a rich, creamy head you could eat with a spoon. Enthralling cascades of bubbles as the head settles, and a heavy lace left behind. Silky-smooth mouthfeel with just a tiny hint of carbonation. It sure would be nice to brew something at home that had the magical qualities of a well-pulled glass of stout. It may seem out of reach, but if you brew and condition your beer appropriatel...

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  • The Homebrewer's Survival Guide for the Holidays

    The holidays are here, and that means time with the family, plenty of homebrew to cope with all that family time, and trying to figure out what to give people without resorting to gift cards (which are actually okay in our book). Fear not. We’ve put together a holiday survival guide that should help you navigate the minefields of gift giving, family gatherings, homebrew tastings, and more. Because believe us, we want to get ...

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  • Quick Hits: Homebrewing Questions Answered 02

    In the first Quick Hits, we answered homebrewing questions about packaging, special B malt, and mead issues. We're still getting a steady flow of questions that only need a short answer. This week's homebrewing questions are; • How To Use A Hop Spider. • When Should I Use A Secondary? • Tuning Your Propane Burner. • How Do You Dry Hop In A Keg? • What's The Best Way To Store Grain? • Why Is There No Head On My Beer...

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  • Creating and Sharing a Wishlist on Homebrew Supply

    Sometimes explaining the homebrewing items you want for your birthday, Christmas, or other occasion can feel like trying to teach your great grandmother how to use the DVR, and then actually go back and watch what was recorded. It doesn't always go so well. Homebrew Supply however, has made things a bit easier for you and your family. You can create a wishlist and share it with those looking to buy you a gift, and even add not...

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  • A Discussion with SABCO Brewing Systems

    Currently, Homebrew Supply is the only retailer to carry SABCO's high-end brewing systems that meet the needs of advanced homebrewers and commercial brewers alike. I had the opportunity to speak with some of the people that made it all possible, but first let's dig into their rich history in the brewing industry. The History of SABCO SABCO has been in the family since the beginning. In the lead image from left to right is, Dan...

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  • Harvesting Yeast from Bottle Conditioned Beers

    Want to get a little bit closer to that clone you’re making? Want to save money building up your yeast bank? Consider harvesting yeast from the bottle. Harvesting yeast from a commercial beer has been around a long time, and why shouldn’t it? So much flavor of a beer comes from the yeast used, so when you’re attempting a clone, or building your stock of yeast strains, this skill should definitely be in your bag of tricks...

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  • Holiday Side Dishes Made With Homebrew

    Many homebrewers like to find new ways to incorporate their beers into everything. After all this is the best way to gain support of significant others, and maybe even convert an in-law or two into dedicated homebrewers as well. The tail end of Fall means the holiday season is upon us, and beyond pairing beer with holiday meals, we can cook with homebrew as well. Here are some great homebrew inspired side dishes. Why Cook With...

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