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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!  
Date of publication:
12
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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How to make yogurt? It will only take you a few minutes!
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How to make yogurt? It will only take you a few minutes!

  The earliest records of milk fermentation come from ancient Egypt and Babylon, where it was carried out around 3000 BC. It was also a popular process in ancient India. Later, this type of drink was popular with the Turks and Bulgarians, who fermented sheep's, cow's, goat's and even buffalo's milk. Interestingly, the name...
Date of publication:
09
MAR
2021
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Stout - the story of the fall of the porter
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Stout - the story of the fall of the porter

For many years, stout beer - in all its versions - has definitely been one of the most brewed by home brewers. This is the result of the simplicity of the production of this drink, as well as the characteristic, excellent flavor bouquet. "Son of the porter" - as is often called stout - was initially a stronger version of the...
Date of publication:
03
MAR
2021
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How long can bottled beer be stored? Refermentation as a natural conservation
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How long can bottled beer be stored? Refermentation as a natural conservation

How long can a finished beer stand in a closed bottle? This is one of the most frequently asked questions - both by those who are about to face their first batch, and by those whose hands have already passed more than one kilogram of malt. The answer is simple - VERY LONG, which literally means up to several years....
Date of publication:
24
FEB
2021
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Where does this bitterness come from? The role of alpha acids and beta acids contained in hops
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Where does this bitterness come from? The role of alpha acids and beta acids contained in hops

Breweries around the world have been using hops for hundreds of years to produce beer, because its bactericidal properties, which help to protect the finished beer from infections, were known and valued. More or less at the beginning of the 20th century, its other properties began to be appreciated, which strongly influenced...
Date of publication:
16
FEB
2021
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