Articles tagged with ‘Brewing

Top Notch Do It Yourself Beer Brewing Guide.  Cheers! Brew Beer Bible – The Ultimate D.I.Y Beer Brewing Guide

ISBN13: 9780937381502 Condition: NEW Notes: Brand New from Publisher. No Remainder Mark. Product Description Author Ray Daniels provides the brewing formulas, tables, and information to take your brewing to the next level in this detailed technical Review Part 1 of Designing Great Beers is a complete book in itself, focused solely on home-brewing ingredients […]

New Jersey’s largest craft brewery, Flying Fish Brewing Company, 1940 Olney Avenue, Cherry Hill, announces the debut of their new “Exit 9 Hoppy Scarlet Ale,” the latest entry in their “Exit Series” of big-bottle beers honoring their home state of New Jersey. “Exit 9 is better known as the ‘Rutgers University exit,’ so we crafted […]

Better Your Brewing

In: Resources

25 Jan 2011

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This is how to take some simple apple juice, yeast and sugar and make a great wine-like beverage.  

In this episode, Tap That visits Chelsea Brewing Company, Manhattan’s only brewery and producer of some of the city’s best and most popular beer. We’ll talk to some of Chelsea’s staff and a few satisfied customers about what makes their brewpub such a great place to enjoy fantastic beer. Chelsea Brewing Company is Manhattan’s only […]

Dorky but functional guide to easy all grain brewing. Extract brewers, you can do it! I follow the Denny Conn method of batch sparging.  

New Glarus Brewing just released its latest beer, Back Forty Bock. It’s a brew for those who enjoy seasonal bocks, with their malty tones of caramel and chocolate and their deep amber and bronze color. For local enthusiasts in the over-50 crowd, this beer will bring back memories of the winter releases of bock beers […]

There’s a little town in Germany named Einbeck where, it’s generally believed, the bock style of beer originated. Much like British IPA, Einbeck beers were being brewed to higher alcohol strengths to survive longer shipping. When the beer reached Bavaria in southern Germany, the north-central “beck” became “bock” under the regional accent. In Bavarian, “bock” […]