Cheap & Easy 10 Gallon Rubbermaid MLT Conversion
You can buy Kewler Kit conversions that supply you with a pre-build bulkhead and faucet for converting a 10 gallon Rubbermaid beverage cooler into a...
Drill Motor Grain Mill
I bought a grain mill a couple batches ago and right out of the box knew I was not going to use the handle. So I started to use my drill to crush grain, but found a problem with that. I needed three...
Electric Keggle Conversion Project
Started to convert my Keggle to electric following Kal's methods: The Materials: [IMG] [IMG] I started with cutting the hole in the keg using...
Tropical Stout: A Little-Known Taste of Paradise
A little known type of beer, the Tropical Stout is a much like your favorite stout with a bit of Caribbean flavors mixed in. Learn more about this beer.
How To Do a Stripping Run With Your Moonshine Still
The first run is what’s called a “stripping run” because its purpose is to strip the water, yeast, and sediment out of your mash before your “spirit run."
Whirlpool Install to Boil Kettle
I have been wanting to have the ability to more easily return wort to the boil kettle from the counter flow chiller and also try to get some whirlpool action at the same time. Over the course of a …
Why I Became a 1-Gallon Homebrewer
When I first started brewing beer at home, I was a five-gallon girl — much like most new homebrewers. It’s just what you do. But there were drawbacks almost immediately. Brewing this much beer meant clearing out a precious coat closet for storing carboys and bottles, always having a buddy on hand to help lift the heavy (and hot!
10 Steps to Better Extract Brewing - Brew Your Own
Extract brewing is not just a simplified form of all-grain brewing. Its a process that has its own set of challenges. Find out what these challenges are -- and how to master them -- without changing your whole brewing setup or spending a lot of extra time on brewday.
Small Stainless Steel HERMS Coil by Blichmann Engineering
Heat things up with an all stainless steel HERMS coil from Blichmann Engineering! HERMS stands for Heat Exchanged Recirculating Mash System. In this style of system, the HERMS coil is installed in the Hot Liquor Tank, where it is heated. Hot water is then transferred into the mash tun to heat to strike temperatures, or to maintain mash temperatures. This coil is made of 304 stainless steel, perfect for brewing applications. This small HERMS coil can be used on kettles up to 10 gallons in…