So you just bottled some home brew beer, you patiently wait the weeks away for the perfect time to try one out and when you go to put a few in the fridge you notice the evidence. The smell, glass shards everywhere, a huge mess. Shit, you have bottle bombs!
I know, I know… Halloween feels like it was just yesterday and Thanksgiving is still two weeks away but I was driving to my sisters house to catch the game Monday night and… A neighbor was putting up their Christmas lights. On the way down I heard no less than
Cascade Alpha Acids: 4.5% – 7% Beta Acids: 4.8% – 7% Cohumulone: 33% – 40% Total Oils: 0.7mls – 1.4mls Myrcene: 45% – 60% Caryophyllene: 3.5% – 5.5% Humulene: 8% – 13% Farnesene: 3% – 7% Substitutions: Amarillo, Centennial Orgin: Oregon Cascade is a well known aroma hop that was
Mark S. writes – Hi Dan, I’m brewing my first beer, a German Hefeweizen. The directions say that it will ferment for two weeks before I can bottle it but today just 4 days after I put it into primary I have noticed that my airlock is no longer bubbling?
Keeping things local, today I profile a beer from the well known Philadelphia brewer Yards Brewing Company. Making craft beer since 1994, Yards has been a favorite brewer of mine for some time. As such, I was surprised to learn the other day that they have an entire line of
Amarillo Alpha Acids: 8% – 11% Beta Acids: 6% – 7% Cohumulone: 21% – 24% Origin: Washington, USA Buy Amarillo Hops Introduced by Vigil Gamache Farms, Washington. Amarillo is primarily used as an aromatic hop variety for late boil additions and dry hopping. Amarillo can typically be found in American