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Brewing New England IPAs with Michael Tonsmeire – BeerSmith Podcast #166

Michael Tonsmeire joins me this week to discuss brewing New England India Pale Ale styles along with a few new projects including his brewery “Sapwood Cellars” opening in Columbia, MD.

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  • Today my guest is Michael Tonsmeire.
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Strategies for Beer Recipe Design – Part 2

This week I take a look at the “building block” approach for designing beer recipes. This method, introduced by Gordon Strong, is a great design strategy for more experienced brewers.

Last week in Part 1, I covered the decidedly technical (vs artistic) bent in beer brewing as well as the traditional approach many brewers use for beer recipe design.… Read More

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India Pale Ale (IPA) Trends with Mitch Steele – BeerSmith Podcast #147

Mitch Steele, author of the IPA book and former brewmaster at Stone Brewing joins me this week to discuss recent trends in India Pale Ale and the craft IPA revolution.

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Scottish Ale History with Ron Pattinson – BeerSmith Podcast #133

PodNew200Ron Pattinson joins me this week to discuss the surprisingly complex history of Scottish beer brewing. We learn that Scotland had a rich and complex history brewing a wide variety of beers both for internal consumption and export.

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Sharing and Rating Recipes in the BeerSmith Cloud

cloudOver 95,000 BeerSmith brewers use the BeerSmith cloud to store their recipes and move them between their desktops, laptops, phones and tablets. But did you know you can also easily share them with friends and fellow brewers in the community?

You can even rate and comment on other people’s recipes to help build the community.… Read More

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Mixing English and Metric Units in Your Recipes – BeerSmith Quick Tip

Tips200In today’s quick tip, Brad talks about how to mix metric and English units in BeerSmith by simply adding the unit abbreviation after the number. This neat tip works in just about any field in BeerSmith and makes it easy to work with mixed unit systems.… Read More

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Using the Recipe Archive to Restore Old Recipes – BeerSmith Quick Tip

Tips200In today’s quick tip, I show you how to use the Recipe Archive feature in BeerSmith desktop to restore old recipes you may have accidentally changed or deleted. The View->Recipe Archive keeps track of every major edit you make so you don’t have to lose any data.… Read More

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Recipe: Beer Pancakes

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Today is Shrove Tuesday. As a practicing Pastafarian, I’m not entirely sure what that means, but as a Brit it means pancakes! (Is that also the case for South Africans??) And what better way to make a pancake than by getting rid of the milk and replacing it with beer!… Read More

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Beer Batter Crepes

The Recipe: It’s been well established that beer and breakfast go together. Whether it’s a Saison with your traditional Belgian fare or it’s a “12 o’clock somewhere” #DPBC lager by the pool. For this recipe, we’re incorporating that delicious... Read More

The post Beer Batter Crepes appeared first on Devil's Peak Brewing Company | Craft beer from Cape Town, South Africa.… Read More

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