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The ‘dark side’ of New Zealand

You may remember my dear friend Ken Hilton. He’s the best homebrewer I know, and he’s posted here several times. This time, Ken’s cycled his way across New Zealand, and graciously agreed to give us the beer-scoop. Enjoy! Black Beer, Sand, … Continue reading

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Adam’s Adventures, Part 10

[This is the tenth installment of an ongoing series by Adam Draeger,  an experienced homebrewer and engineer transitioning to the world of professional brewing through coursework at the Siebel Institute of Brewing Technology.] Good weather=open bier gartensAs you can see … Continue reading

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Adam’s Adventures, Part 9

[This is the ninth installment of an ongoing series by Adam Draeger,  an experienced homebrewer and engineer transitioning to the world of professional brewing through coursework at the Siebel Institute of Brewing Technology.] Munchen. Munich. This week was full of … Continue reading

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Adam’s Adventures, Part 8

[This is the eighth installment of an ongoing series by Adam Draeger,  an experienced homebrewer and engineer transitioning to the world of professional brewing through coursework at the Siebel Institute of Brewing Technology.] This post I’ll recap my last week … Continue reading

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Adam’s Adventures, Part 7

[This is the seventh installment of an ongoing series by Adam Draeger,  an experienced homebrewer and engineer transitioning to the world of professional brewing through coursework at the Siebel Institute of Brewing Technology.] One week left in Chicago and I … Continue reading

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Adam’s Adventures, Part 5

[This is the fifth installment of an ongoing series by Adam Draeger,  an experienced homebrewer and engineer transitioning to the world of professional brewing through coursework at the Siebel Institute of Brewing Technology.] Wow, a month already! The first week … Continue reading

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Adams Adventures, Part 4

[This is the fourth installment of an ongoing series by Adam Draeger,  an experienced homebrewer and engineer transitioning to the world of professional brewing through coursework at the Siebel Institute of Brewing Technology.] It’s takes a lot of coffee to study … Continue reading

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Adam’s Adventures, Part 1

[My friend and brewvana reader, Adam Draeger, has chosen to chart a new career path, and he’s agreed to allow us to tag along on his adventure. Adam’s an experienced homebrewer and engineer who has recently taken steps to transition … Continue reading

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Powder Keggers

Believe it or not, Wonderful Beer Wife hasn’t put up a single guest post in nearly four years of brewvana. She’s been a helpful editor over the years, but never a pen slinger–time to remedy that. I embedded her into … Continue reading

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The secrets of making Belgian Trappist ales

Time for another guest post from my good brewing friend Ken Hilton. He’s taken countless awards, including Carolina Brewer of the Year and Meadmaker of the Year. He’s biked across the United States and Europe and he’s guested here at … Continue reading

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