Everything Brewing

All Grain Brewing -

Value in a brew kettle is established by comparison. We compared two of the most feature laden brew kettles on the market today. The Ss Brewtech Brewmaster Edition and the Northern Budweiser Edelmettal. Compare for yourself.    As you can see the Ss Brewtech Brew Kettle is vastly superior with larger capacity, Sanitary Tri-Clamp Fittings, 33% heavier gauge Stainless Steel, and Dish Bottom and Firebox for more efficient heating, all for the same price as the Edelmetall. What's in your brewery?    

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Fermentation -

Is a conical fermenter right for you? If you are interested in taking your home brewing to the next level then a conical fermenter should certainly be considered. This video will walk you through the various features and benefits of conical fermenters. Cheers!  Brew & Grow Minnesota has the largest selection of Conical Fermenters in the Midwest with 29 different conicals to choose from. Click here to go to Conical Fermenters. Some models even include free shipping.   Features and Benefits of a conical fermenter. Cone Shape The conical shape allows the yeast and trub to concentrate in a small area in...

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Quick Brewing Tips -

If you are like me and you have an Amazon Echo in the house and you can't figure out what it is good for. I figured it out. Watch! 

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Electric Brewing, Videos -

All in one electric homebrewing systems like the Mash & Boil are incredibly popular. At $299.99, the Brewer's Edge Mash & Boil is at the lower end of the price spectrum, but is it a good value? We answer that question as well as just about anything you could ever want to know about the Mash & Boil. Grab a homebrew and watch this video!  Here is a recap of the video and all of our likes and dislikes.  Dislikes: Slow heat times which is expected with just a 1600 watt heating element. Use the timer. The temperature in the...

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Brewing IPA's -

How did the New England IPA or NEIPA style rise to prominence to arguably take over the West Coast IPA dominance? West Coast IPA lovers are still pondering this question. We can’t understand how a hazy, cloudy, turbid beer with very little bitterness would interest anyone. NEIPA’s are approachable by virtually anyone. If you like orange juice or fruit juice, you will probably like a NEIPA. It doesn’t have the face melting bitterness of the West Coast IPA, and it is more fruit forward than citrus. It’s a very hoppy beer without all the bitterness. So, how do we brew...

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