Fresh California Juice – Fall 2014 6 gallon *$25 deposit per bucket. To preorder online follow this link: Order fresh juice *Orders must be placed by September 15th *Truck is coming the week of the 22nd of September Pick up date will be confirmed closer to the time We are required to order buckets in
Top 10 winners will get to serve their beer at the fest! Get your entries in now! For details see their webpage: Homebrew Competition Entry Form Downloads, we will need both filled out and dropped off here at the store with your beers: Entry Form (fill out the top two sections!) BJCP_BottleID
These are great looking fermenters with several advantages! They are light weight, unbreakable and easy to clean due to their large screw top openings. They are for in store purchase only, so stop by soon and check them out! Two convenient sizes: 6.5 and 5 gallon
Style Winners Flight one: Light Lager/ Light Hybrid Beers 1 Michael Heider 50 Max’s Blondie Girl 2 Steven Landgren 55 Bob weiser 3 Rich Long 124 Broken Mower Blonde Flight Two: Dark Lager, Bock, Amber Hybrid Beer, Scottish and Irish 1 Charles Mull Jr. 169 Not Your Nanny’s Bock 2
Lancaster Iron Brewer Best of Show 1st: Keith Hartman & Mike Fredrick: Hippie Vs, Punk (Imperial Black IPA) 2nd: Francisco Ramirez: Hop Stew Ale (Pale Ale) 3rd: Jeff Thompson: Milkshake & Bake (sweet stout) HM: Michael Degrace: Saison DeGrace HM: Dave Scott: Donna’s Wit
This winter will be our second annual Homebrew Contest hosted by Iron Hill Brewery and Lancaster Homebrew. Entries are due Wednesday, January 8th 2014 at Lancaster Homebrew (1920 Lincoln Hwy E) Announcement Party at Iron Hill Brewery on Wednesday evening, January 15th at 7pm Join us as we award the winners of the competition.
Here are a series of videos from a recent All Grain Brewing Class held at the Lancaster Historic Society. All Grain Brewing Mash – A Discussion On Temperature The Mash process breaks down the starches in the grain into sugars and this creates a malty liquid called wort. This the first part and entails mixing
Part 1 of a series of instructional videos that explains how to make beer using the Blichmann Tower of Power brewing system. Here Mark takes you through how he has his Blichman Brewing system set up, it’s different mechanics, and uses and gives names and meaning to each part of the system. For this demonstration,
One of my customers sent over some pictures of a Kegerator he made using a small chest freezer. I thought it was pretty interesting and worth posting in our blog section. He was doing all-grain brewing, making 10 gallons at a time and was getting tired of all the bottles so he decided to keg.
The Basics All grain brewing means that you are supplying the sugar for your wort from grain instead of dry or liquid extracts. To do this, a base malt grain is used such as 2 row pale malt. The grain must be mashed to convert starch to sugar. The following is an explanation of the