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Planning Your East Coast Brewery Tour, Part Two

At Brew Perfect, we’re proud to support homebrewers around the country, and we love hearing about what kinds of beer you’re brewing out there. Whether you’re starting your first batch, or you’ve been homebrewing for years, our micro brew equipment can help you create delicious beers that you’ll love drinking and sharing with your friends. […]

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Planning Your East Coast Brewery Tour, Part One

As a homebrewer, you’re always looking for new inspiration for your next batch of beer. You might have a favorite brewery that you frequent, and that can be a great way to get ideas for new flavors and varieties of beer. However, it’s always good to expand your horizons and visit other breweries, and speak […]

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Which Beer Will You Brew First This Spring?

Spring is finally here, and with it, the time has come once again for sitting outside and enjoying a cold beer with your friends. You might be hanging out at your favorite microbrewery, or you may invite friends over to sit on your deck and enjoy your latest home brew. Whatever the case may be, […]

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“I’m a Girl and I Love Beer:” A Look at Females in the Homebrewing Industry

The beer industry has been historically dominated by men.  However, the Brewers Association, a non-profit organization of American brewers,  revealed a growing popularity of beer among women.  According to their 2014 report, women consume almost 32 percent of craft beer by volume. Another research project demonstrated that women are not only increasingly drinking beer, but are […]

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Beer Pairings for Girl Scout Cookies – A Craft Beer & Brewing Magazine Article

Girl Scout Cookie season is upon us! Craft Beer & Brewing Magazine has released the 2018 cookie-and-beer pairings and we are thrilled to share them! For the original article go here: Craft Beer & Brewing Magazine   S’Mores S’Mores comes in two versions based on local availability. One is a graham cookie that’s been dipped twice […]

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All About Hops

  For those interested in a more in depth view or for those who are just starting out in the homebrew world, we wanted to share some background and information on those wonderful, sticky little cones called hops. Hops are the delicate female flower of the Humulus Lupulus plant, or hop vine. Considered the spice […]

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Holiday Beer Brewing and a Festive Brown Ale Recipe

With the holidays approaching, it’s a great opportunity to experiment with a festive beer. Spices, fruits and hop additions can all be combined to brew the perfect holiday ale or lager. It’s important to choose your base beer before moving forward. For a spiced beer, it is often moderately dark and is well hopped to […]

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Three Basic Tips for Brewing Beer At Home

Brewing craft beer at home is an enjoyable pastime shared by over a million Americans. Homebrewing not only serves as a fun hobby to enjoy on the side, but it provides you with a tasty beverage to enjoy when the process is over. Even the White House joined in on the homebrewing movement in 2012! […]

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Homebrew Recipe For Postdoc Brewing Demon Star Imperial Stout

In a previous post, we shared a recipe for a milk stout that you can brew at home. Stouts are delicious dark beers made with roasted malt or barley, and if it’s a milk stout, the included milk evens out the hoppiness. The rich chocolate and caramel flavors in stouts make them an excellent beer […]

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How To Homebrew Hard Cider

When you think of cider, chances are you are thinking of a non-alcoholic apple juice beverage from a farm or farmer’s market that you often drink on crisp fall days in the autumnal seasons. However, the game changes when you put “hard” in front of it. In America, “sweet” cider is considered to be non-alcoholic. […]

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