Carbonation Chart

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Dry Hopping in the Keg

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Black Friday Brew Day

Black Friday Brew Day

Time again for our Annual Black Friday Brew Day. If you have ever been curious about the brewing process, or are looking to upgrade your methods/equipment, this is an event you will want to check out. This event is a free event and open to the public. We will have multiple brewers doing what they do best on their very own equipment right outside of our shop. Come check them out as they use their individual methods to brew up their very own batch of beer. Happening on November 25th from 9am-6pm, we will have the brewers as well as...

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New Yeast Management at the shop

Imperial yeast Yeast

Help us save Billions of lives. In an effort to minimize the old tired yeasts in house and get you the freshest yeast possible, we are slowly transitioning to a new method of yeast management here at Brew and Wine Hobby. Our Wyeast system will remain the same as it has been (Don't worry, we'll have plenty of 1318 for you Hop Heads). We will be transitioning to more of a pre-order scenario with White Labs. This means, if you want a particular yeast for a brew, let us know in advance so that we may order it and get...

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IPAs: East Coast, West Coast, and mud.

IPAs: East Coast, West Coast, and mud. When you hear about that amazing new IPA, chances are (around here) it is a juicy, cloudy, messy beer that drinks a bit sweet. If that is what you love, and that is what you want to brew, great! That's not too hard to do... for a commercial system. Oh, right. But to home brew it... (we'll get back to that). On the other hand, if you do get close, please remember you're going to find it doesn't quite rate in competition. Why? Because it's not an IPA per any style guides! There's...

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