Monthly Archives: October 2010

Late season additions

In brewing we talk about the “late boil addition” of something.  Usually with extract brewing in which we boil a smaller part of the full amount of liquid, then add water to the carboy, recipes will require us to add … Continue reading

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The loneliness of an empty carboy

I bottled the Pumpkin porter last night.  It was the smoothest bottling session I’ve ever had.  Two nights ago I spent a good amount of time cleaning my bottles, and ended up putting the newly cleaned bottles into a large … Continue reading

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Core values

Fun purchase day.  I bought a core-er.  Is that a word?  Decided I needed one because after doing all those apples, I was getting tired of the cutting around the core.  I’m sure this will not be a perfect solution, … Continue reading

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