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Technique of adding unboiled hops to the fermentor to give hop aroma and possibly additional bitterness.
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fermented with a bottom-fermenting yeast at low temperatures, with extended cold conditioning.
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A dark beer that uses roasted barley or malt.
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store finished beer or wine.
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The stage in the brewing process where yeast is pitched into the wort and the bulk of the sugars are converted to alcohol, transforming the wort into beer. Contrasts with secondary fermentation, bott…
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India Pale Ale. A Pale Ale with a high bitter/hop content
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The stage after primary fermentation where the beer is clarified, stabilized and matured. After conditioning, the beer is ready for packaging.
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a sequence of steps and techniques that transform ingredients (typically malt, yeast and water) into beer.
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abbreviation of cornellius keg. A stainless steel tank, with gas in and liquid out posts that mate with quick disconnects for simple attachment and removal of hoses. 5 gallon capacity is the most comm…
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Carbon-dioxide - an odorless gas at room temperature. CO2 is a byproduct of fermentation and provides carbonation when forced into solution in a beverage. Dispensing pressure is typically provided by…
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A jug like container characterized by a narrow opening at its top. Often made from glass however plastic is becoming more popular. Used for primary and/or secondary fermentation and storage of beer,…
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Addition of fermentable sugar to fully-attenuated beer, cider, mead or other beverage to produce carbonation by re-fermentation inside a sealed container, usually a bottle or keg. Requires viable yeas…
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sugar (usually corn sugar, table sugar or malt extract) that is added to the beer at bottling time to carbonate the beer.
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the initial and primary stage of fermentation where the yeast consumes the sugars in the wort and converts them to alcohol and carbon dioxide.
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when the yeast stop fermenting early, leaving the final gravity reached considerably above the expected final gravity. Can be caused by temperature swings, poor yeast condition…
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The harvested seeds of various grass-related crops, such as barley, wheat and corn. Grains are usually malted, flaked, or roasted before being used by the brewer. Grains comprise the majority of the g…
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an organism that ferments
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The specific gravity at the end of fermentation.
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for posts that are related to working with adjuncts while brewing.
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Any sort of numerical manipulations used in calculating brew-related quantities such as bitterness, original gravity etc.
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