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Batch 147 – All-Grain Dortmunder and Gelatin Fining

I had good intentions of brewing every month in 2018.  That lasted until February.  I ordered ingredients for making my Dortmunder export from More Beer! on February 13, 2018, but didn’t get around to making the batch for six more … Continue reading

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Batch 139 – Konfrontational Kölsch (all grain)

As Spring 2017 approached, I decided to make another batch of a beer that came out very well last year – my Konfrontational Kölsch! I followed the same recipe, once again using mail order all the ingredients, which consisted of: … Continue reading

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The Joys of Kegging – Part 2: Why I began kegging homebrew

In part one of my story of when I began kegging my beer, I described some of the reasons for getting away from bottling my homebrew and moving towards kegging.  The hoarding and storage of empty bottles, removing labels, and … Continue reading

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