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By John Moorhead, American Homebrewers Association February 20, 2020 House Bill 502 (H502) would remove the requirement for “native ..read more
June 18-20, Nashville, TN Join us in “Mashville” for three days of camaraderie, education, and homebrew at the 42nd annual Homebrew ..read more

The March/April 2020 issue of Zymurgy magazine is now available online! This issue’s includes the following features, along with 14 ..read more
American Homebrewers Association by Homebrewersassociation.org - 1w ago

The original brewing record is rather concise. It is “an instruction to brew 16 barrels of good beer,” for which were used 12 vats of ..read more
American Homebrewers Association by Homebrewersassociation.org - 1w ago

Brewing this should be straightforward, except for the precautions necessary for using wheat and oats—consider using rice hulls as a ..read more
American Homebrewers Association by Homebrewersassociation.org - 1w ago

Mash 60 minutes at 152° F (67° C), lauter, and sparge. Collect approximately 6.5 gallons (24.6 L) of wort and boil 60 minutes, adding ..read more
American Homebrewers Association by Homebrewersassociation.org - 1w ago

Mash at 156°F (69°C) for 60 minutes. Aim for a mash pH of 5.5 (use CaCl2 if needed to adjust pH.) Sparge to collect 7.4 gal. (28 L) of ..read more
American Homebrewers Association by Homebrewersassociation.org - 1w ago

Reserve 10% of the unmalted grains apart and mash the remaining grain. You may run into problems with lautering, in which case use baskets ..read more
American Homebrewers Association by Homebrewersassociation.org - 1w ago

Twelve to 24 hours before brew day, prepare the oleo-saccharum by mixing 150 g (5.3 oz) dextrose with the orange zest in a zip-top bag. ..read more
American Homebrewers Association by Homebrewersassociation.org - 1w ago

Mash malts with 8 chopped doughnuts at 152°F (67°C) for one hour, adjusting mash pH to 5.4 with citric acid if needed. Lauter, sparge, ..read more

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