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This blog is entirely accurate, though they have started doing diacetyl rests on most of the beers.
Brewing on an automated 100+ bbl brewhouse > Brewing on a 100+ bbl completely manual brewhouse. This is taking all things into consideration, from...
Amber Smashed Face is coming out soon, apparently.
It took me a hockey game to drink a dark lord by myself, so about 2.5 to 3 hours.
I'd assume they do a decent charge of high alpha for bittering. Lots of late/whirlpool additions as well. You figure a 10/15 minute whirlpool...
Flameout hops certainly contribute IBUs. You're still getting isomerization of the hops as long as the wort is over ~175 degrees Fahrenheit.
It may have been my palate but I definitely perceived higher bitterness over there. I talked to a few brewers who mentioned their pils being low...
Mahrs Pils, Keesmann Pils, Weihenstephan Pils, Fässla Pils, Augustiner Pils plus many others I've forgotten by now. All at the source.
German pilsners generally are rather hoppy. In my experiences drinking pilsners in Germany, prima is pretty much spot on.
German pils are generally pretty hoppy. Even with the amount of hops in them, imperfections still show pretty easily.
I'm rather curious about your perspective. So it's not a professional brewers place to judge other breweries beer quality but it's completely...
Good thing this isn't in bombers :)
If a server asks that, I usually respond with the type of beers I enjoy. It's a rather simple concept.
German pilsners are generally pretty hoppy/bitter. They've been around for a few years, so it's not like this is some new thing.
Wow. I'm impressed.
Efficiency and consistency. I'd assume the new brewhouse is going to have some level of automation. Also with a 4 vessel, they'll be able to...
Just because your busted 1997 Corolla is about to hit 200,000 miles doesn't mean you have to upgrade to a brand new Escalade.