Color SRM on New England IPAs, step mashing, when to measure your grains, & using a Foundry for primary fermentation – Ep. 211

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On Today’s Show:

Todd is out on vacation but, thankfully, Mr. Carlson was able to join me this week as we take your questions and discuss our best answers! We also go over some of the stuff going on behind the scenes and what’s happening in our Patreon community.

On this episode, we discuss one of our favorite styles of beer – New England IPAs! Ok, if you’re new to the show you might not catch my sarcasm there… but, even though it isn’t our thing, New England IPAs are still a very popular style and a listener was curious on how to best achieve the color profile when he’s brewing one. Also, we take a question about step mashing (how to do it, when to do it, what it does), a question on the appropriate time to measure your grains (before milling, after milling, etc), and we wrap up with a question about using an all-in-one electric system (specifically, the Anvil Foundry) as a vessel for primary fermentation. It’s a ton of content packed into this one episode and we hope you enjoy it as much as we did!

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joshua

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