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Homebrewing Gadgets: Grain Mill

Introduction Hello everyone. I hope you enjoyed the last rendition of Homebrewing Gadgets (Rubbermaid 1 Gallon Bouncer). For the next article, I wanted to touch upon something that we (me and my co-brewer, a.k.a. “The Wife”; aka “The Brains”; aka “The Boss”) didn’t have to begin with and had to purchase. If you brew beer, I am sure you ran into brewery purchase overload like I did in the beginning. There are just so many gadgets related to brewing out there on the market. From…

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Is Homebrewing Still Relevant with the Expansion of Craft Beer?

Contributor Perzell Brewing (@perzellbrewing ) First off, if you know me, follow me on Twitter, Facebook, or Instagram, you know that I am an avid homebrewer.  I love crafting a good beer, tasting it for the first time, and watching others enjoy something I made from scratch.  That is why this is going to be a very difficult topic to discuss as I am obviously biased. Craft Beer on the Rise I don’t think it is any big secret.  Craft beer has been on the rise…

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Hello Craft Beer

Featured Contributor J.M. Hammond @JMIheartBeer Hello craft beer enthusiasts, hipsters, beer fans, home brewers, and Sommbeer readers! I wanted to take a moment and provide a proper introduction of myself to all those who follow the great stories at Sommbeer and enjoy the site. I am JM Hammond and I was previously with Iheartbeer.com for a year, and if you want to get a better idea about what makes me tick, you can check out my work there that I did for the last year, but…

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Brews Up Homebrewing Conference

There was lots of drinking, laughing and general silliness and a bunch of support for a community I love. This year’s National Homebrewing Conference was held in San Diego. It was my first American Homebrewers Association event and it was a fascinating experience. Truth be told, the conference was much different than I had expected. Why? I didn’t think Wil Wheaton would be there. Then again, that guy likes to homebrew. He seemed surprised (as I was) over the level of fun and sincerity the homebrew…

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