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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:
29
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:
17
MAY
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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Malting - what it is and why it is necessary
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Malting - what it is and why it is necessary

 Probably all of you have heard that ready beer is (most often) the result of combining three ingredients - water, hops and malt. As for the former two, they occur naturally and can be used unchanged (although there are processes that make them more efficient). Malt, on the other hand, is a grain of cereal, which only...
Date of publication:
19
JAN
2021
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