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The various hardware items for producing beer or wine. Includes buckets, carboys, kegs, hoses, airlocks, etc.
The use of malt extract in homebrewing.
Brewing using Dried or Liquid Malt Extract rather than extracting the sugars from the malted grains, in the mash.
The anaerobic process by which yeast convert sugars into alcohol and carbon dioxide.
The temperature of the wort during fermentation. Often different from the ambient temperature since fermentation is an exothermic process (releasing heat).
an organism that ferments
Passing liquid through a device(the filter) to remove unwanted material.
The specific gravity at the end of fermentation.
Products added to homebrew in order to improve clarity by precipitating away proteins or other suspended matter.
Questions pertaining to the caution or concerns of someone new to home-brewing.
Flavor controls taste - one of the main human senses.
the act of directly infusing CO2 into a solution under pressure.
The use of fruit as an adjunct.
products that provide a concentrated fruit flavor, often by extracting said flavor as a tincture.
The old-fashioned fizzy ginger-flavoured drink, carbonated with yeast; this comes in both alcoholic and non-alcoholic versions.