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Chugger Pumps CPSS-IN-1 Brewing Stainless Steel Pump [open box special] – $117.95 + Free Shipping

Homebrew Finds - Tue, 01/16/2018 - 00:00
Chugger Pumps CPSS-IN-1 Brewing Stainless Steel Home Brew Beer Pump 115V Inline From the offering description: “This is another “Open Box Special” at Beer Pump World. These pumps were mislabeled on the line, so we put the correct labels on them but we are selling them to you at a discount.”   I use my […]
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DIY Beer Brewing: Creating Your First Homebrew Paperback, Kindle Edition – $4.99

Homebrew Finds - Mon, 01/15/2018 - 23:00
DIY Beer Brewing: Creating Your First Homebrew by Astrid Cook   1/16/18 1 AM Central: This highly rated title is selling for just $4.99 on the Kindle Platform. Check the product page for current price, description and availability. DIY Beer Brewing: Creating Your First Homebrew Kindle Edition Also Consider: The Homebrewer’s Library – Selection of Homebrewing and […]
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Beer In Ads #2522: My Beer Is Rheingold Says Hoagy Carmichael

Brookston Beer Bulletin - Mon, 01/15/2018 - 23:00
Monday’s ad is for Rheingold, from 1948 and 1958. In the late 1940s and early 1950s, Rheingold recruited a number of prominent celebrities to do ads for them, all using the tagline: “My beer is Rheingold — the Dry beer!” In this first ad from 1958, American composer, pianist,...

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Perlick Forward Sealing Faucets on Sale – from $29.99 + stacks w/flat rate shipping

Homebrew Finds - Mon, 01/15/2018 - 22:00
As of this posting, Adventures in Homebrewing has discounted select items by up to 50%. Three models of Perlick Faucet are part of that sale. Check each product page for up to the minute price and availability. 630PC Perlick Chrome Plated Faucet – $29.99 Perlick Stainless Steel 630ss Perl Faucet – $39.99 Stacks With: For a limited […]
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Spruce Double Hinged Corkscrew – $5.99 + Free Prime Ship, Best Price

Homebrew Finds - Mon, 01/15/2018 - 21:00
Spruce Double Hinged Corkscrew by True.  Curved ergonomic design for easy gripping.  5 turn worm and foil cutter.  Features wood and stainless steel construction. 1/15/18 11 PM Central: This has dropped to $5.99. That’s the best historical direct from Amazon price I found. Shipping to most US addresses is also free with Prime Membership [Try Prime for Free] or […]
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Grainfather Connect App Beta Testers Wanted! + The Best Deal on a Grainfather

Homebrew Finds - Mon, 01/15/2018 - 20:00
From Grainfather: “As we continually seek to improve the experience for all our Grainfather users, we are currently looking for Grainfather Connect users to help us test a new update for the Connect app, firstly on iOS then later on Android devices. We are looking for responsible beta testers to help us test and provide […]
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15 Gallon Stainless Kettle with Welded Port & Volume Markings – $99.99, Save $30 + stacks w/flat rate shipping

Homebrew Finds - Mon, 01/15/2018 - 19:00
15 gallon stainless steel kettle from Adventures in Homebrewing.  Features 2 welded ports.  That means no drilling your kettle and no messing with weldless kits.  These are 1/2″ NPT Full ports. Two ports mean you can install both a ball valve and a kettle pickup tube or bazooka screen and a thermometer. 18 gauge with […]
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Introducing: Ss Brewing Nano Series Unitanks – bridging the gap between Home and Professional Brewing

Homebrew Finds - Mon, 01/15/2018 - 18:00
MoreBeer has announced the availability of SSBrewtech Nano Series Unitanks. from MoreBeer: “All the features of a professional Unitank now available to the home brewer! Ss Brewtech’s new Nano Series bridges the gap between home and professional brewing. These new unitanks are perfect for home brewers who are looking to step up their brewing operation. […]
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Historic Beer Birthday: Frank Ibert

Brookston Beer Bulletin - Mon, 01/15/2018 - 17:00
Today is the birthday of Frank Ibert (January 15, 1859-January 15, 1911). He was born in Brooklyn, New York. His first brewery, founded in 1880, was the Joseph Eppig & Frank Ibert Brewery in Brooklyn. The following year, he left the brewery to his partner, allowing himself to be bought out,...

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Inkbird ITC-308 Dual Stage Digital Temp Controller – $29.75 + free shipping, w/instant coupon

Homebrew Finds - Mon, 01/15/2018 - 16:10
Dual Stage, Pre-Wired Digital Temperature Controller by Inkbird Plug and play design, easy to use; Dual relay output, be able to connect with refrigeration and heating equipment at the same time Support reading with Centigrade or Fahrenheit unit Maximum output load: 1100W(110V) Dual display window, be able to display measured temperature and set temperature at […]
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Historic Beer Birthday: Anthony Durkin

Brookston Beer Bulletin - Mon, 01/15/2018 - 14:07
Today is not the birthday of Anthony Durkin (1831-January 15, 1868), but instead the day he died in 1868. Before the mid-1800s, record-keeping was spotty at best and only the well-heeled and royal consistently kept birth records. Durkin was born in Ireland, in County Mayo. He made his way to San...

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Digital Milligram Scale [1/1000th of a gram resolution!] – Lightning Deal!

Homebrew Finds - Mon, 01/15/2018 - 13:48
Homgeek Digital Milligram Scale 50 x 0.001g, Pocket Scale Mini Jewelry Gold Powder Weigh Scales with Calibration Weights Tweezers, Weighing Pans, LCD Display PRECISION SCALE – Accurate & professional digital milligram scale – 50g capacity and 0.001g accuracy.  CHANGEABLE UNITS – Large 5-digital blue LCD display for easy reading in different 6 units: g / […]
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Hands on Review: Milwaukee MA871 Digital Refractometer

Homebrew Finds - Mon, 01/15/2018 - 12:01
This review is by Homebrew Finds Contributor Brad Probert.  Brad is an engineer, expert homebrewer and experienced reviewer.  Grab a link to Brad’s website at the end of this review. Those floating glass bobbers seem cool when you start homebrewing. They make you feel like you’re doing something complicated and sophisticated with your test tubes […]
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UFO Apricadabra introduced as spring seasonal in cans, bottles, draft and Jet Pack

BeerPulse - Mon, 01/15/2018 - 11:28

(Boston, MA) – Ladies and gentlemen—and wheat beer lovers!—prepare yourselves for a new spring seasonal beer so refreshing, it must be tasted to be believed. UFO Beers welcomes a brand-new flavor adventure for spring: UFO Apricadabra. An unfiltered wheat beer brewed with fresh apricot puree, UFO Apricadabra’s subtly sweet flavor will leave you believing that a beer so juicy and refreshing could be nothing other than…magic. The new UFO seasonal is now available in 12 oz. cans and bottles, in the UFO “Jet Pack” spring mix pack, and on draft at select locations.

“Spring is a magical season,” says UFO Brand Manager Victoria Kidder. “Everything becomes more vibrant, more alive. We wanted to brew a flavorful beer that matched the best parts of spring. UFO Apricadabra is bright and refreshing with a perfect balance of apricot flavor, just right for this invigorating season.”

“Apricots deliver on an earthy sweetness that blends well with wheat ale,” says Al Marzi, Chief Brewing Officer for UFO Beers. “Apricot is increasing in popularity in the craft beer and food scene, infusing a sweet aromatic flavor to many savory dishes like salsas, sauces and marinades. UFO fans can expect forthcoming recipes using UFO Apricadabra that include homemade apricot muffins and a delicious apricot sauce ice cream topper.”

UFO Apricadabra continues UFO’s tradition of “flavor adventures”—sometimes-fruit-infused-but-always-easy-drinking unfiltered wheat beer that pairs best with friends and food. A new UFO website chock-full of info about UFO beers, including the new UFO Apricadabra, and food and cocktail recipes that infuse this beer is available at www.ufobeer.com.

About UFO Beers
UFO is a portfolio of wheat beers that’s a little bit different, a little more refreshing and flavorful, and most importantly, a beer that everyone can enjoy. The name UFO stands for UnFiltered Offering; all UFO beers are unfiltered, leaving the yeast suspended in the beer which creates its signature cloudy appearance. UFO hit the scene in 1998 with a Hefeweizen. Since then the UFO line has grown to include flavorful year-round offerings like UFO White Ale and UFO Raspberry, and fresh seasonal offerings such as UFO Winter Blonde and UFO Apricadabra. The UFO line of unfiltered wheat beers is brewed by the Mass. Bay Brewing Company in Boston, MA and Windsor, VT. More info can be found at www.ufobeer.com.

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UFO Apricadabra introduced as spring seasonal in cans, bottles, draft and Jet Pack

BeerNews.org - Mon, 01/15/2018 - 11:28

(Boston, MA) – Ladies and gentlemen—and wheat beer lovers!—prepare yourselves for a new spring seasonal beer so refreshing, it must be tasted to be believed. UFO Beers welcomes a brand-new flavor adventure for spring: UFO Apricadabra. An unfiltered wheat beer brewed with fresh apricot puree, UFO Apricadabra’s subtly sweet flavor will leave you believing that a beer so juicy and refreshing could be nothing other than…magic. The new UFO seasonal is now available in 12 oz. cans and bottles, in the UFO “Jet Pack” spring mix pack, and on draft at select locations.

“Spring is a magical season,” says UFO Brand Manager Victoria Kidder. “Everything becomes more vibrant, more alive. We wanted to brew a flavorful beer that matched the best parts of spring. UFO Apricadabra is bright and refreshing with a perfect balance of apricot flavor, just right for this invigorating season.”

“Apricots deliver on an earthy sweetness that blends well with wheat ale,” says Al Marzi, Chief Brewing Officer for UFO Beers. “Apricot is increasing in popularity in the craft beer and food scene, infusing a sweet aromatic flavor to many savory dishes like salsas, sauces and marinades. UFO fans can expect forthcoming recipes using UFO Apricadabra that include homemade apricot muffins and a delicious apricot sauce ice cream topper.”

UFO Apricadabra continues UFO’s tradition of “flavor adventures”—sometimes-fruit-infused-but-always-easy-drinking unfiltered wheat beer that pairs best with friends and food. A new UFO website chock-full of info about UFO beers, including the new UFO Apricadabra, and food and cocktail recipes that infuse this beer is available at www.ufobeer.com.

About UFO Beers
UFO is a portfolio of wheat beers that’s a little bit different, a little more refreshing and flavorful, and most importantly, a beer that everyone can enjoy. The name UFO stands for UnFiltered Offering; all UFO beers are unfiltered, leaving the yeast suspended in the beer which creates its signature cloudy appearance. UFO hit the scene in 1998 with a Hefeweizen. Since then the UFO line has grown to include flavorful year-round offerings like UFO White Ale and UFO Raspberry, and fresh seasonal offerings such as UFO Winter Blonde and UFO Apricadabra. The UFO line of unfiltered wheat beers is brewed by the Mass. Bay Brewing Company in Boston, MA and Windsor, VT. More info can be found at www.ufobeer.com.

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Coldbreak Brewing Hard Maple Mash Paddle – $18.74, Best Price

Homebrew Finds - Mon, 01/15/2018 - 11:00
Coldbreak Brewing Hard Maple Mash Paddle 28in (71cm).  From the product description: “Made from Michigan hard maple trees, cut within 150 miles of Devereaux Saw Mill located in Ionia County, these 28″ mash paddles are left raw and untreated. That means no glue, chemicals, oils, or stains to contaminate your precious brew.” 1/15/18 1 PM […]
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Russian River update: Windsor brewhouse arrives, Sonoma Pride program raises $700k+

BeerNews.org - Mon, 01/15/2018 - 10:31

Santa Rosa, CA – Russian River Brewing Company announced on Sunday the proceeds so far from its Sonoma Pride wildfire relief fundraising efforts. More below from the brewery blog

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2017 was the year of extremes. We were extremely excited to break ground and started building our dream brewery in Windsor. In September, we went to Germany to inspect our new brewhouse, which was successfully delivered and installed in December. You may have seen my Instagram and Facebook post on the day our “ship came in”. I camped out at the Marin Headlands for 3 hours waiting for the MSC Silvia, the container ship carrying our brewhouse, to sail under the Golden Gate Bridge for the perfect photo op. I had a blast taking pictures of tourists while watching the horizon for that ship we had been following (there is an app for that!) for 6 weeks.

On October 8th, we arrived home from GABF, taking an airport shuttle from SFO with some employees from Bear Republic. Little did any of us know that later that night the most devastating fire in California’s history would tear through Santa Rosa in a matter of hours, leaving countless friends, family, employees, and customers running for their lives and ultimately homeless. The following weeks were surreal, and the support and concern from our beer industry friends from all over the world was truly humbling. Within a few days, Vinnie and I partnered with a local non-profit, King Ridge Foundation, and started licensing our Sonoma Pride brand to breweries who wanted to help out.

The effort was remarkable, raising hundreds of thousands of dollars within just a few weeks. RRBC raised over $114K with our Pliny the Younger line cutting raffle, and over $116K with our donation from sales of Sonoma Pride. As of today, we have raised $708K! Jacob Totz, our pub brewer, was so inspired that he helped coordinate a comedy show last week which may put us over the $800K mark! Thank you to everyone who donated and is participating in the Sonoma Pride beer part of the fundraiser. There are still several breweries who have yet to sell out of their beer, so the donations are still rolling in.

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Russian River update: Windsor brewhouse arrives, Sonoma Pride program raises $700k+

BeerPulse - Mon, 01/15/2018 - 10:31

Santa Rosa, CA – Russian River Brewing Company announced on Sunday the proceeds so far from its Sonoma Pride wildfire relief fundraising efforts. More below from the brewery blog

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2017 was the year of extremes. We were extremely excited to break ground and started building our dream brewery in Windsor. In September, we went to Germany to inspect our new brewhouse, which was successfully delivered and installed in December. You may have seen my Instagram and Facebook post on the day our “ship came in”. I camped out at the Marin Headlands for 3 hours waiting for the MSC Silvia, the container ship carrying our brewhouse, to sail under the Golden Gate Bridge for the perfect photo op. I had a blast taking pictures of tourists while watching the horizon for that ship we had been following (there is an app for that!) for 6 weeks.

On October 8th, we arrived home from GABF, taking an airport shuttle from SFO with some employees from Bear Republic. Little did any of us know that later that night the most devastating fire in California’s history would tear through Santa Rosa in a matter of hours, leaving countless friends, family, employees, and customers running for their lives and ultimately homeless. The following weeks were surreal, and the support and concern from our beer industry friends from all over the world was truly humbling. Within a few days, Vinnie and I partnered with a local non-profit, King Ridge Foundation, and started licensing our Sonoma Pride brand to breweries who wanted to help out.

The effort was remarkable, raising hundreds of thousands of dollars within just a few weeks. RRBC raised over $114K with our Pliny the Younger line cutting raffle, and over $116K with our donation from sales of Sonoma Pride. As of today, we have raised $708K! Jacob Totz, our pub brewer, was so inspired that he helped coordinate a comedy show last week which may put us over the $800K mark! Thank you to everyone who donated and is participating in the Sonoma Pride beer part of the fundraiser. There are still several breweries who have yet to sell out of their beer, so the donations are still rolling in.

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Beer Birthday: Jaime Jurado

Brookston Beer Bulletin - Mon, 01/15/2018 - 10:10
Today is the birthday of Jaime Jurado, who for many years was the Director of Brewing Operations for the Gambrinus Company, which included several beer brands and breweries, such as Shiner, BridgePort, Pete’s Wicked and Trumer. A couple of years ago, he moved to Pennsylvania, where he was the...

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Russian River Pliny the Younger 2018 release set for February 2nd-15th

BeerPulse - Mon, 01/15/2018 - 10:02

Santa Rosa, CA – Russian River Brewing Company announced on Sunday the details for the upcoming Pliny the Younger release. More below from the brewery blog

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Pliny the Younger will make his 14th Annual return to Russian River Brewing Company February 2nd through February 15th, 2018! It will be available on draft each day at our brewpub until we run out of that day’s allocation, which rarely happens. Younger is neither bottled nor available in growlers so more people will have the opportunity to enjoy it right from the source, or at a handful of select draft accounts. Following is some helpful information to make this year’s Younger Release fun and safe for everyone!

THE BEER:
Pliny the Younger is considered a “triple” IPA, simply meaning that it is higher in alcohol and has tons of hops. The alcohol should finish at about 10.25%, although it is remarkably dry for the amount of malt used in the recipe. It is loaded with hop flavors, bitterness, and aromatics. The hops used in this year’s recipe are of excellent quality: Simcoe, Warrior, Chinook, Centennial, Amarillo, CTZ, Comet and Azacca. We brewed Younger for the first time in 2005 as a winter seasonal, building upon the Pliny the Elder recipe while pushing the envelope with malt, hops, and alcohol just to see how far we could go! It is always brewed only once a year and released the first Friday in February, rain or shine.

More details on parking, lining up at the brewpub, hotel accommodations and more at this link

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