Everything Brewing

Kegging -

Keg parts are one of the most requested items we get in our store. We stock ball lock keg parts, corny keg parts, pin lock keg parts, and sanke keg parts. We have virtually any keg part you may be looking for whether you are kegging homebrew or buying commercial kegs. We have all the parts you need to build your own kegerator or keezer and we have the experts to show you how. Stop by the store and have a look at our keezer. When it comes to kegging homebrew or serving commercial beer on tap we have everything...

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Fermentation -

Good news. We now have the Imperial Yeast Kveik Voss Strain in stock. Click here! Kveik, pronounced (kwike) means yeast in some Norwegian dialects. Kveik is a type of yeast used by Norwegian farmhouse brewers and passed down for centuries. It only recently made it to the U.S. and it has garnered a lot of attention with commercial and homebrewers alike. The reason for this is Kveik has numerous benefits, unlike anything American brewers have seen. Here are some of the differences in Kveik Yeast: Huge temperature range. 60° - 104° F This is not a typo. You will get a great...

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Electric Brewing, Kettle Sour -

The goal of this article and video is to demonstrate a complete brew day with the Grainfather, as well as show one of the huge benefits of the Grainfather, brewing a kettle sour.  One of the overlooked benefits of the Grainfather and other all in one electric brewing systems is the ability to do a kettle sour. With the built-in temperature controller, it makes it simple to maintain a good souring temperature for as long as you need to get to the pH you want. Kettle souring has numerous benefits when compared with souring in secondary. The first is time. It took us...

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Beginner Brewing, Videos -

How To Make Beer At Home There are numerous articles on how to make beer and if you are a beginner, you have chosen the right one. My goal is to show you how easy and satisfying it is to make your own beer at home in your kitchen. If you prefer to watch a video on this subject there is one at the bottom of this page. This article is for brand new beginners to the hobby. Why brew your own beer? Believe it or not, with practice, you will be able to brew beer as good as, if...

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Water Chemistry -

Brewing Water Tips A question we get a lot here at the brew shop is what is the best brewing water to use? The answer varies a lot on whether you brew with extracts or all grain, so I will answer them separately. Extract Brewing Water If you brew with malt extracts, all you really need is great tasting water, preferably with out any chlorine or chloramines. If your tap water tastes great, use it. If your tap water sucks, then buy spring water. Do not buy Reverse Osmosis or Distilled water. RO and distilled water have little to no...

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