Yeast can be a mysterious and difficult piece of the brewing puzzle. One of the most problematic aspects of working with yeast is maintaining good flocculation after fermentation, whether it’s getting lager yeast to settle …More
Mitch and his co-presenters offer a summary of hop variety flavor based on dry-hop studies and a study of bitterness as beer goes through brewhouse processes.
Experts Tom Nielson and Vinnie Cilurzo cover the dry hop process procedures and resulting beer flavor and aroma attributes of different dry hopping methods ranging from small to large scale and with differing hop materials.
Co-founder and brewmaster of Victory Brewing Company Ron Barchet focuses on the qualities German hops contribute to American craft beer and the emerging trends involving these hops. Tasting samples courtesy of the German Hop Growers …More
This presentation is intended to provide insight to brewers who have already begun the wild and sour beer journey. Chad and Troy will look at production methods and techniques to expand on existing knowledge and …More
Bruce discusses the use of ingredients other than hops in craft beer.
The author of IPA: Brewing Techniques, Recipes and the Evolution of India Pale Ale discusses the stylistic revisions in IPA over 250 years, comparing and contrasting recipes, ingredients used and brewing techniques in various periods.
Cask ale is often regarded as one of the best example of the brewers art and craft. Quite often, however, it is a challenge to consistently deliver the quality and integrity this product requires at …More