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Brew Haven DIY Series: “Keezer” Build

Scott Gentile DIY – Keezer Build One of the best parts of homebrewing for me is sharing my creations with friends and family when they come over. Having a few beers on tap is a great easy way to serve the beer quickly without the cleanup of bottles afterwards. I bought a kegerator a few […]

Competition Brewing

The vast majority of us as homebrewers brew the beer that we want to drink at home.  The vast majority of us are happy with the results of our work.  The overwhelming majority of the people we give our beer to at home love it and want some more (because, Hey! Free Beer!).  We get […]

Lost and Found Beer

Lost and Found Beer – Authored by Josh Jayne   One of the wonderful things about beer is that it’s so diverse. Aside from the dozens of styles laid out in the BJCP guidelines, there are just as many historic, extinct and, esoteric styles out there to explore.  Here are a few examples that you […]

Brewing Beer Using Decoction Mashing

Brewing Beer Using Decoction Mashing Written by Joe Belletti It’s that time of year! Oktoberfest, baby! No? Too soon? Not if you follow the typical brewing schedule of old German breweries. Oktoberfest beers, specifically Marzen were brewed in March (Marz in German means March) to be ready for the fall. This is the time of […]

Wheat X Experiment

Author: Isaac Brickett Wheat X The Wheat X Project was started in July 2017 with the idea to develop a great standard American Wheat recipe that could be used, with minimal alterations, to create a variety of styles. Type: All Grain Date: 10 Jul 2017 Batch Size (fermenter): 5.00 gal Brewer: Isaac Brickett Ingredients   Amt […]

Brew Haven DIY Series: Hop Trellis

Hop trellis and the moon I have been wanting to grow hops for a while but was not able since I lived in a condo.  However, after moving into a house with a decent sized yard last May I thought NOW’S THE TIME. There are likely a lot of people in our club that have […]