A bit of a change of pace this week, apparently I've received my 5th strike from the powers-that-be at FaceBook. Have I been hacked? Are FaceBook out to get me? No idea, check out my newest video to find out more.
My follow-up to a video a few weeks back where we looked at the essential reads any budding homebrewer will need to read if they want great tasting beer. In this video, we're sharing some more great books for homebrewing that will help you brew better beer. From starter kits to beer brewing...
Drilldown into the nuts and bolts of how to make a robust, roasty Stout in my latest video! Oh! and if you're keen to grab yourself a copy of 'The Craft Beer Kitchen' just jot ya name and email in the thread below or DM me and I'll send a copy out to you.
Had a cobber wanting to step into homebrewing and asked me what material he should read, gotta admit I kinda drew a blank as I learned Homebrewing on-line pretty much. Be keen to know what books you guys have read on the subject. Cheers.
I'm a Imperial IPA drinker from way back, and paradoxically I enjoy light lawnmower beers, so go figure. So how can we add alcohol to our beer without compromising on things like mouthfeel and body? Find out in my latest video.
How do you decide which hop combinations go well together? Am I going to be using a hop that will make my beer too bitter? Is this a hop I can use for dry-hopping or not? Nothing is ever simple when it comes to hopping your beer, check out my latest HBW video and see what I mean.