Category Archives: Homebrewing

Recipe: Steady as She Gueuze

This Gueuze is a typical, traditional Belgian-style recipe. Brew frequently throughout the year cellaring your Gueuze for months to years. After a year, if you have at least 3 batches of different ages, you can begin experimenting with blending. Your … [More]

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Devoted all-grain homebrewer discovers inspiration in extract brewing

I grew up being exposed to homebrewing at a young age, allowing me to develop a passion for the industry early on. Throughout college I brewed with kits but the quality of the kits back then were nothing like they are today. During college, I started working at Jacob Leinenkugel Brewing Company … [More]

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BYO Boot Camp, February 24th, 2017: Advanced Extract Course

Mark your calendars, and get signed up now!  I’ll be teaching a course at BYO Boot Camp on Advanced Extract Brewing in Santa Rosa, … [More]

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Homebrew shops across the country

You can find Briess products in homebrew shops across the country. In fact, 42 states have homebrew shops that carry Briess. We have recently updated our list of patron homebrew shops; you can view the complete list on our More]

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Better Than Perfect Double IPA

I’m not trying to start any wars here, but when someone you respect says your Galaxy/Citra Double IPA is better than perfect, it can go to your head. So give me the name, this one time 🙂

Originally done as an all-grain recipe, you can just substitute out the 11 pounds of extract for 15 pounds… [More]

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