Thursday, 9 April 2015

Link Roundup...

I've decided to drop the 'weekly' part of these posts, it seems that the internet doesn't churn out enough interesting articles to make it a weekly thing.

Beer Recipe Formulation for Prolonged Shelf Life - Port66 has written an in-depth article on possible ways to extend the shelf life of your beer using what is referred to as 'Hi-Dried' malt, basically any malt with colour. It's pretty science heavy, but it's well worth a read.

Water Chemistry PT.1: Mash Manipulation - Continuing to churn out science at a rate of knots, Brulosophy look into adjusting the water chemistry during the mashing process. We all know we should do this, but it's something that is given a lower priority compared to other brew processes. The results are pretty conclusive, we should all be doing this!

Old Garde - Mega brewery Cloudwater have updated their blog with a bit of background into their upcoming collab brew with Burning Sky.

Proper Beer Serving Temperatures - The American Homebrewers Association has posted some pointers on ideal serving temperatures for different beer styles.