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Wort produced from a combination of both malt extract (dry or liquid) and the mashing (steeping) of grains.
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The old-fashioned fizzy ginger-flavoured drink, carbonated with yeast; this comes in both alcoholic and non-alcoholic versions.
An all grain technique of making beer that uses just a single vessel to mash, sparge and boil. During the mash the grain is physically removed via a bag or some other form of retainer.
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FAQ focused at beginner home brewers
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An off-flavor produced by the reaction of isomerized hop alpha acids in beer with light.
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a measure of the acidity or alkalinity of the mash. Mash pH affects conversion efficiency and, to some extent, fermentability. The mash pH should be in the range 5.1-5.6, with 5.2 consi…
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