An article on Making your own Belgian Candy Sugar by Graham Sanders.
A recipe for Moo Brew Pale Ale. It’s not complete but is part of an email from the brewer when I asked him for the recipe.
This years Anzac Ale is finishing fermenting and will be kegged shortly ready for consumption on the day!
I’ve changed the recipe slightly this year by bittering with POR and hopping for flavour and aroma with only NZ Nelson Sauvin.
Welcome all. Yeast plays an important part in any brew, often understated. I recently decided to make a Coopers Pale Ale style beer and getting the yeast right is crucial for getting the same character as this beer. We get the benefit of yeast remaining in the bottle and Ill show you how its of more use than just making the beer cloudy.
Copyright ©2004 – 2007 Jamil Zainasheff.
(This article first appeared in Zymurgy, the magazine of the American Homebrewers Association. If you’re not a member, you should be.)
The Fridgemate is a temp controller used for controlling fermentation temps.
This article has the sticker and instructions attached.
Starsan – A brewery sanitiser from Five Star Chemicals.
Short entry about it and usage amounts.
An article by Dave Draper on how to culture yeast on slants and build up starters.
This is the method I have used for the last two years.