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Intermediate Homebrewing

So now you've gotten a few batches under your belt and are looking for some more information.  In this section, we will post information to help you take that next step into homebrewing and build the hobby from an interest to a passion.  Topics which may be covered in this section include (but are not limited to):

Mini-mashing
Fermentation techniques
Judging
Ingredients
Introductions to All-Grain Brewing
Equipment Upgrades
Kegging and special bottling

If you have an article or submission that you would like to see posted, please send it to the Webmaster or Education Committee Chair.

 

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1 Hops & Brew School: Ralph Olsen's State of the Hop Market Address Mark Emiley 1940
2 Hops & Brew School: Jason Perraut - Select Botanicals - Hop Botany and Cultivation Mark Emiley 2912
3 Hops & Brew School: Bryan Selders - Dogfish Head Brewing - Non-Traditional Ingredients Mark Emiley 2864
4 Hops & Brew School: Steve Dresler - Sierra Nevada - Open Panel Q&A Mark Emiley 2409
5 Hops and Brew School Hop Harvesting Tour Mark Emiley 2188
6 Hops and Brew School Overview and Tour Mark Emiley 2470
7 Basic Lagering Presentation Mark Emiley 2932
 
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