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Spring Beers

Texas weather is always unpredictable, and the weather where you live could be the same such that you are not quite sure whether you will need a raincoat, a warm jacket or a short sleeved shirt tomorrow.  But as we look at the calendar and see it's already March, the mind of the homebrewer begins to turn towards the season of Spring and beers that they would like to brew as patio weather begins to return.

Pushing the Limit with Blow Off Tubes

Walk into any brewery and gaze at the sight and sounds of active fermentation conicals. You’ll likely find each one of them equipped with a blow off tube. Why is that? Blow off tubes are a cheap and easy way to increase the volume of your fermentation vessel and provide a safe way for CO2 gas and overflow krausen to escape. This makes for happier, better tasting beer overall, and better yet, no messy clean up! In this article we dive into blow off tubes to show you how and when to install one.

Episode 144 -- Making Beer Beer Again and Kegerator Maintenance

In this episode, we discuss a variety of topics, but primary on the plate is brewing beer that everyone would consider beer again. The current climate offers a wide variety of beers with additions and it's almost hard to find straight forward versions of styles that used to be ubiquitous. This time around, we talk about Pale Ale and building a recipe for one. In future episodes, we'll bring in our examples. In addition to that, we discuss several aspects of kegerator cleaning and maintenance that every new kegger needs to consider.

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