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Dimethyl sulfide (DMS) is an organosulfur compound that is produced in the wort during the brewing process and has a characteristic disagreeable odor of cooked or creamed corn. It is a byproduct of …
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Recirculating Infusion Mash System - a system for producing wort from grain using a pump to move the turbid mash liquid over a heat source until converted.
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Yeast that has been dehydrated. Commercially produced dry yeast has a longer shelf life than liquid yeast (1-2 years vs 4 months) although it is not available in as many strains. One 11gram sachet of …
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Barley is a key ingredient in the making of beer. This tag is for questions regarding the processing of barley in preparation for its use in home brewing (e.g. malting).
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A traditional mashing tequnique where a thick portion (mostly grain, less liquid) of the mash is drawn off, boiled and added back to the main mash. Decoction may be performed several times during the …
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Fruit extracts are products that provide a concentrated fruit flavor, often by extracting said flavor as a tincture.
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In the context of brewing, gluten free refers to the use of ingredients that do not contain gluten from the onset. This includes ingredients such as sorghum, honey, millet, buckwheat, etc. It would …
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A common green apple off flavour in beer and wine.
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