Tag Archives: brewing science

Robin Avery, Homebrewer

Boise Brew Minute (episode 92) – Robin Avery talks about his home-made home brewing set up. He explains the benefits he sees of using electric heating to brew his beer such as not burning down his kitchen. We also discuss … Continue reading

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Brülosophy

Boise Brew Minute (episode 90) – Marshall from Brulosophy.com talks to us about his latest experiment. In this extended interview, we discuss brewing beer with old hops; the impact of age and storage conditions on the hops; and the importance … Continue reading

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Edge Brewing

Boise Brew Minute (episode 89) – Selecting the perfect hop for a beer can be challenging with all the classic varieties available and new varieties coming out each year. Kerry from Edge Brewing walks us through her process for sampling … Continue reading

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Payette Brewing

Boise Brew Minute (episode 85) – Matt at Payette Brewing talks about their move from Garden City to downtown Boise and what impact the expansion will have on their brewing. He discussed their microbiology lab used for quality assurance and … Continue reading

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Santa Fe Brewing Co

Boise Brew Minute (episode 76) – Matthew at Santa Fe Brewing Company talks to us about their Santa Fe Gold, a beer they brew specifically for the Utah market. To keep the alcohol level low, they do a very short … Continue reading

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Crooked Fence and Open Fermentation

Boise Brew Minute (episode 51) – Adam at Crooked Fence talks about open fermentation and how it differs from standard brewing. With wild yeast able to fall into the beer, flavors arise usually associated with farmhouse ales or saisons. We … Continue reading

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