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Beer Styles: How Preferences Vary by State

Everyone knows that India Pale Ale (IPA) is a dominant force nationally for small and independent craft brewers, but how much variation is there in style preferences across the states? Does the West Coast really love IPAs that much more …Read More


Evolution of a New Hop Pellet Type for More Efficient Dry Hopping

Effective dry hopping depends on the quality of the hops used as well as the pelleting process and what occurs during storage and dry hopping. We will discuss lessons learned about hop pellet attributes that improve dry hopping efficiency, and …Read More


Sour Beers: It’s More Than Just pH

When producing sour beers, a brewer typically measures the tartness of the beer by looking at the pH. Unfortunately, pH isn’t a great indicator of what the consumer is actually tasting. In this presentation, we take a look at pH, …Read More

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The New Brewer: Technical Brewing Issue


This pale, top-fermented, unfiltered, effervescent, fairly low-alcohol, mildly tart, and slightly smoky wheat beer was all the rage in the city of Jena in 1800s Germany.

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The New Brewer: Business of Beer Issue

French Springtime Ale

Today, bière de Mars is most closely associated with the city of Strasbourg and environs, in the French region of Alsace, where it is a regular part of breweries’ seasonal portfolios.

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