In chemistry, pH(potential of hydrogen) is a numeric scale used specify the acidity or basicity of an aqueous solution. The scale runs from 0-14 and is logarithmic meaning that each whole pH value is 10x more acidic or basic then the last. With 7 being neutral, best represented by distilled water. Anything less then 7 … Continue reading pH Meters and Why They Are
It all begins with the Reinheitsgebot, or as some of you may be more familiar with, the German Beer Purity Law of 1516. A law that was passed by Germany, stating that beer can only be made from water, hops, yeast, and barley. Historians have rumored that the purity law was put in to place … Continue reading My love affair with Adjuncts
Lets talk about one of the four key components of the Reinheitsgebot(the German Beer Purity Law for those unfamiliar); Hops. They come in all shapes, sizes, colors, and forms. Grown all over the world. And one of my favorite hop varieties is the legendary Cascade hop. But I don't want to just talk about cascade … Continue reading The Tale of Cascade
Like most folks, Monday's are usually days I dread. However, this was not the case yesterday. I had my first shift at Drummond Brewery/Something Brewing! I was anxious all week when Kevin Wood the head brewer/co-owner of the brewery emailed me to come in for 9am sharp. I arrived a little early, coffee in hand, … Continue reading The Monday Brewday
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