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Indigenous yeast harvested naturally, such as from open air or from skins of fruits and berries.
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…
For questions regarding the use of dry malt extract in homebrewing.
Equipment required for boiling the wort. Comprises at least the kettle and the heat source.
a class of chemical compounds found in the resin glands of the flowers of the hop plant and are the main source of hop's bitterness contribution to beer. The Alpha Acids are …
For questions regarding the use of liquid malt extract in homebrewing.
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The invasion and multiplication of microorganisms such as bacteria, viruses, and parasites that are not normally present within the body of living organisms. Yeast can become infected with a virus, ba…
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ran off and a large portion of the sparge liquor (often all of it) is added at once. A simpler technique than fly/continuous sparging.