Mark Garber owner of Lancaster Homebrew explains in this video how to rack beer. Racking beer is the process of siphoning your beer off of the sediment after it has fermented. You need a way to take the beer and leave the sediment in preparation for the bottling process. As with all steps of beer
Mark Garber, Owner of Lancaster Homebrew, shows us how to brew beer in this easy to follow video.
We are excited to annouce that we are now carrying a bunch of new products from Fermentap. As more of our customers are getting into more advanced brewing methods, we have added new products to help you progress. Here is a quick list of what is here. These products will soon be up on our store
It’s that time of year again. If you are interested in growing your own hops, put your order in by the end of February. Call 717-517-8785 or email firstname.lastname@example.org Here is a list a what is available. Cascade and Nugget do well in our region. Brewers Gold Cascade Centennial Chinook Galena Kent Golding Mt.
Wine Expert has just introduced four new Selection International wine kits to their line up. What’s different is that they have grape skins included, which will help create a bold, full-bodied wine with a lot of character. Here is some additional information pulled from their web site. Four NEW International Sensations! Winexpert is pleased
Thoroughly clean and sanitize all your equipment ( see details on following pages) Pour 2 to 3 gallons of clean water in a large pot ( at least a four gallon pot would be good) NOTES ON WATER: city water ok if NOT chlorinated, same for well water. Hard water is not a big deal.
Growing Hops Growing hops at home is fun and easy. Here are some tips for those of you just getting started. Establishment: Hops thrive in good soil just like any other plant. They need a well draining soil. Also, lots of sunshine, nutrients, and water are needed to maximize production. Plant hop rhizomes in an
They are back! Just got a new shipment of Amarillo, Citra, and Simcoe leaf hops in the other day. There should be pellets hops of these varieties available again soon. Stay tuned.