Tag Archive: brewing

Tilt Hydrometer Review

January 19, 2018 9:30 am Published by 1 Comment

I love gadgets. I love tech. And I love homebrewing. That said, I’m especially excited when I come across a product that marries all of those things together. I recently acquired a TILT Hydrometer, a device that floats in your fermenting homebrew and uses bluetooth low energy technology to wirelessly... View Article

Berliner Weisse Brew Day

June 13, 2017 1:47 pm Published by Leave your thoughts

I’ve been looking forward to this brew day for a while. (Check out my Berliner Weisse article) After researching different souring method and recipes I finally decided on a 50/50 grain bill of German Pale Wheat and German Pilsner; kettle soured and fermented with S-05. I almost decided to ferment... View Article

Saaz Saison Brew Day

March 22, 2017 8:27 pm Published by Leave your thoughts

I typically brew during the day while my girlfriend is at work, but this past brew day we had some friends in town and decided to have a how-to-brew day. Since I was running low on my Weedwacker Clone I decided to brew another pale style that’s in the realm of... View Article

Dark Winter Saison: Saison Noel

October 20, 2016 2:40 pm Published by Leave your thoughts

Since I don’t currently have any way of controlling my fermentation temperatures, I tend to lean toward using Saison yeast for it’s higher temperature range. I keep my thermostat around 75 degrees at home and that usually gives me a fermentation temperature of around 78 degrees. Since the holidays and... View Article