“The biggest improvement most extract brewers can make to their process is to boil their wort in a larger volume. Early homebrewing books instructed brewers to boil…… Read more “Tips on better extract brewing”
Brewing with extract is fun a simple. You can make some amazing beer using extract but it does impose limitations. The hobby of homebrewing becomes all the…… Read more “Brew In A Bag”
The season for wet hopping is upon us. What does that mean? Wet hops, also called fresh hops, are freshly picked from the bine and used immediately.…… Read more “Wet Hopping”
Slovenia is an Eastern European nation state, bordering Croatia, Austria and Hungary. It’s a popular hop growing region accounting for about 3% of the worlds hop crop.…… Read more “Hop Profile: Styrian Golding”
Rob, the winner of Barley’s Old Jalopy cloning competition, got to brew with David at his Powell Street Craft Brewery. Looks like fun! Congratulations, Rob, and thank…… Read more “Barley’s Challenge #2 Winner Brews at Powell Street!”
Mt Hood hops, named after a mountain in Oregon, is developed from Hallertau Mittelfruh. It’s considered a ‘soft’ American variety and common in lagers and wheat ales.…… Read more “Hop Profile: Mt. Hood”
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Hallertau (or Hallertauer) hops can be slightly confusing. Hallertau is a region in Bavaria, Germany, famous for the titular hop. Hallertau is considered the original lager hop…… Read more “Hop Profile: Hallertau Tradition”
Barley’s hours of operation for Saturday’s have changed. We will now be open from 10:00am to 5:00pm instead of 10:00am to 6:00pm.