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Hey All! Just wanted to make sure that if you haven't entered our Belgium Beer Trip Giveaway yet, that you make sure you start doing so! That's right - an all inclusive trip for two to Belgium!
I know you may be thinking that our blog just got hacked, but this is actually legit. You're able to enter once per day, and this will run through April 30th.…Continue
Posted by Matt Monroe on March 6, 2014 at 11:49am
We just received more of our GL530 Stainless Steel Mini-Keg Growlers! These bad boys hold 2L, have a gasket on the lid for an air tight seal, are easy to keep clean, and look really cool! They're back in stock as of now, but are selling quickly. Get yours today, and bring some homebrew to your St. Paddy's day party in style!…Continue
Posted by Matt Monroe on February 27, 2014 at 10:52am
Want to see something cool? We knew you did...checkout the link below:
A conical bottomed, stainless steel, clamp down lid fermentation bucket!? We're taking pre-orders until we receive these, and our available quantities are depleting. If you're interested in taking your fermentation equipment to the next…Continue
Posted by Matt Monroe on February 13, 2014 at 11:30am
I have been making lambic style beers since obtaining small oak barrels about 2008 or 2009. My process is a bit different from that I have seen in books and articles. One of the first differences is my use of bulgur wheat as the cracked wheat in my grain bill. I had previously tried cracking wheat with my mill and the one at the LHBS, and its some really hard stuff. That led me to the local grocery store, where I found cracked wheat in the form of bulgur:…Continue
Posted by KarlH on February 1, 2014 at 12:47pm
We decided that it had been a little too long since our last beer tasting, so recently got together a random (but delicious) assortment of beers. In the mix were a couple of sours from Logsdon (blue and red lables), the Bruery's "Reuze" (white label), Cantillon's Geuze (small bottle), along with a six pack of Lagunitas' Day Time "Fractional IPA", and the classic Old Rasputin Imperial Russian Stout from North Coast Brewing. At the end of the day, I would have to say that my favorite of…Continue
Posted by Matt Monroe on January 23, 2014 at 2:57pm
We've just released the newest addition to our recipe kit selection: The M-80 IPA! This recipe is packed with a half pound of hops, but that's not the focus of this beer. After a couple days of primary fermentation, you add orange zest and orange chunks straight into the fermenter! The result is a hop-forward aroma and flavor, with a hint of citrus. If you're looking for an excellent IPA to brew, we highly recommend the M-80!…Continue
Posted by Matt Monroe on January 16, 2014 at 4:01pm
The MoreBeer! hop rhizome presale has begun! If you've ever thought about growing your own hops, now is the time to place your pre-order to reserve the rhizomes you'd like to grow this year. We ask that you place only rhizomes on your pre-order, to prevent additional shipping charges (non-rhizome items will be split to their own order, and additional shipping charges may apply).
To view our selection, click…Continue
Posted by Matt Monroe on January 9, 2014 at 8:52am
We've recently received a new mash paddle, made out of a single piece of unfinished hardwood maple! Easily one of the best looking mash paddles we've ever encountered, these are also extremely efficient in evenly distributing your mash, and breaking up dough balls in the process. Looking for a new mash paddle or an awesome gift for that all grain brewer you know? Well make sure to check out the link below!…Continue
Posted by Matt Monroe on November 14, 2013 at 11:55am
Make your brew day easier and your additions more efficient with a MoreBeer! Kettle Spider. Attach one of our reusable nylon bags with drawstring and use the Kettle Spider to steep grains in an extract batch or use for multiple hop additions in a boil.
The Kettle Spider makes bags easier to use with hops because it is open throughout the boil. Just keep adding the hops your recipe calls for. Also keeps bags off the bottom of the kettle, preventing a hole from…Continue
Posted by Matt Monroe on November 7, 2013 at 1:59pm
Posted by Matt Monroe on October 31, 2013 at 10:51am