Today’s topic: Detailed look at how to sparge the mash and separate the sugary beer wort. The Kitchn’s Beer School: 20 lessons, 7 assignments to brew your first 1-gallon batch of beer. Sign up & see all the assignments! The Kitchn’s Beer School After the mash, the next major part in the beer-making process is separating out the sweet liquid we’ve made and sparging the mashed grains.
Keep an eye on your fermentation in real time using your smartphone or other Internet-ready device, record all your fermentations for a useful trove of data to help you dial in your beers—and never again wonder about what’s going on inside your tanks.
Cómo hacer salsa de cerveza. Una cerveza siempre apetece, y más cuando hace calor. ¿Por que no utilizar cerveza en nuestros platos culinarios? A continuación te contamos cómo puedes hacer una salsa de cerveza para acompañar tus p...
I love hops. Just when I think I’ve seen all they can do to make beer more awesome, they go and impress me with something else. Did you know that there are hops that can make your beer taste like candy? This is for real. Citra hops, Galaxy hops, and Sorachi Ace hops are three relative newcomers to the hop scene, and brewers are really only just starting to play around with them on a grand scale.