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Wort to ferment in 30 minutes? Brewkit beer perfect for the vacations
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Wort to ferment in 30 minutes? Brewkit beer perfect for the vacations

Each of us appreciates both - our free time and the opportunity to drink good (preferably home-brewed) beer. Unfortunately, it often happens that due to a lack of the former, we don't find tasty home-made beer in our pantry and have to buy it in a store. Fortunately, producers of raw materials and brewers have found a way for...
Date of publication:
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JUN
2021
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New Zealand hops - "new world" hops
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New Zealand hops - "new world" hops

New Zealand, although far from the podium in hop production, is famous for its hops. It is often said that no hops smell like those coming from picturesque New Zealand islands. What is the reason for their huge success and recognition among both brewers and beer lovers?   A bit of history Hops in New Zealand appeared...
Date of publication:
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MAY
2021
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How to rehydrate dry yeast - VIDEO BLOG
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How to rehydrate dry yeast - VIDEO BLOG

Dry yeast hydration is a very easy process. It allows water to enter the yeast cells, allowing them to restore their metabolic properties similar to those they had before they were dry-hydrated. Although dry yeast producers allow the option of using it directly after opening the package (skipping rehydration), it's always...
Date of publication:
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APR
2021
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Wheat beer - a difficult but successful journey through history
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Wheat beer - a difficult but successful journey through history

Although wheat beers are mainly associated with Germany, the origins of its history can be sought even in antiquity as the oldest Sumerian records found mention the use of spelt (i.e. one of the varieties of wheat) as early as 6000 BC. Wheat as one of the raw materials from which beer is made has always been popular. However,...
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APR
2021
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Preparation of beer from extracts - VIDEO BLOG
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Preparation of beer from extracts - VIDEO BLOG

Are you considering making a beer, but mashing still seems to be too difficult a process? Prepare a beer from malt extracts - you will not be disappointed with the result, and this is a big step towards mashing!    What do you need to make malt extract wort? To prepare your malt wort, you will need a few accessories:...
Date of publication:
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APR
2021
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Mashing - what happens during a saccharification break
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Mashing - what happens during a saccharification break

Photo by M. B from FreeImages The saccharification interval is one of the most important stages during the mashing of malts. During the saccharification interval the unfermentable starch in the malt is transformed into sugars for the yeast to ferment. However, this description is very superficial because behind this...
Date of publication:
26
MAR
2021
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