A fun episode taking a look at the things we and you the listeners think are the worst parts of this crazy hobby….
An in depth chat with Kenneth and Nick from Muntons discussing the Malting process, LME & DME production. Designing and making extract kits and the infamous homebrew ‘twang’! Cheers
An in depth discussion of our recent experiences exploring the technical brewing exercise that is low ABV brewing, tips on all aspects of recipe formulation and process for maximising flavour while minimising alcohol!
We take a look at the best practices for getting your beer to competitions in peak condition and the common pitfalls that often affect home-brew when its sent out into the wild! Plus our first edition of ‘News of the Brews’ a quick round up of notable things going on in the brewing world at home and commercially. Cheers
We welcome Jonny from our commercial sponsor Brew Keg Tap to discuss all things BKT and his own journey in the beer industry and brewing.
A deep dive into the Kölsch beer style, looking at all aspects of brewing this wonderful style at home. Cheers!
This episode has been on the cards for a while, its all the ways to cock up a brewday, how to screw it before you start, when you package and all the steps in between.
Since my brother from another mother Tricky currently has a crotchfruit and house moving issue to resolve, I’ve recruited a guest cohost for this episode in Andy Lynch of The High Road Brewery channel on YouTube to come on and talk about the electric breweries we’ve built using craftbeerpi.
Tricky hasnt massaged this episode with his special blend of 11 herbs, spices and patchouli oil, but it still sounds good! Join us in the wonderful world of CraftBeerPi and building your own remote controlled electric brewery.
The next stage in our all grain process series takes us to the boil, we cover all the aspects related to sterilising, hop utilisation, hot and cold break, off flavours and more but you will probably remember this one more for the ‘Hedgehog incident!’………
A run through of the different ways you can brew beer at home from kits through to the different types of all grain brewing. A good one for beginners but some general info and discussion for more experienced brewers too. Cheers