Beer Bread!

Hi, I don't know about you, but during this time of unease and time off, I've been trying new recipes. On Facebook, a no rise beer bread recipe was being shared, and since I have flour and warm/room temperature beer on hand that I don't mind using for cooking/baking, I thought this was an easy enough recipe to try. I found this recipe and chose to use one of my 1634 Ale clones, which is a rye beer (if you want a recipe, let me know). The bread was delicious, easy, and definitely something I will make again in [...]

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Avoiding Disaster When Fermenting

Recently, I almost found myself in a bit of a sticky situation, quite literally. A few weeks ago, I had brewed an imperial stout kit, and not twenty four hours later, the airlock was happily bubbling away. I didn’t think much of it, except I was glad that the yeast was doing its job. Well, the yeast was doing too good of a job, and beer started to infiltrate the airlock, which gave me flashbacks to a Belgian beer I had brewed months prior. The airlock of the Belgian beer got clogged, which made it so the carbon dioxide [...]

By |2020-03-07T12:19:24-05:00March 6th, 2020|Latest Articles|