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Ends Today: Huge MoreBeer Wine Kit Sale – 100+ Kits on Sale – bundles w/Highest Rated Products Sale

Homebrew Finds - Fri, 04/20/2018 - 05:00
MoreBeer’s wine kit selection is extensive and includes kits from Wine Experts Vintners Reserve, Island Mist, Eclipe, Selection, Speciale, World Vineyards and more. Red and white wine recipe kits from RJ Spagnol including their Orchard Breezin’, Grand Cru Select, and international.  All Cellar Craft kits include skin packs for making deep delicious reds.  Note that there are […]
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The Brew Your Own Big Book of Clone Recipes – available for pre-order

Homebrew Finds - Fri, 04/20/2018 - 00:00
The Brew Your Own Big Book of Clone Recipes: Featuring 300 Homebrew Recipes from Your Favorite Breweries From the book description: “For more than two decades, homebrewers around the world have turned to Brew Your Own magazine for the best information on making incredible beer at home. Now, for the first time, 300 of BYO’s […]
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Beer In Ads #2615: America’s First Brewery

Brookston Beer Bulletin - Thu, 04/19/2018 - 23:46
Thursday’s ad is for is by the U.S. Brewers Foundation, from 1959. Beginning during World War II, the USBIF began a series of positive ads under the name “Morale is a Lot of Little Things” followed by an unnumbered series of illustrated ads that were a precursor to the numbered...

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5 lbs of Sorachi Ace – $65, $13 per lb + Free Shipping – on Sale at the Hop Market

Homebrew Finds - Thu, 04/19/2018 - 23:00
MoreBeer’s Hop Market features short run, rotating deep discounts on hops. As of this posting, the Hop Market has 5 lbs of Sorachi Ace for $65.  That figures to just $13 per lb and shipping is free to most US addresses.  That’s a bargain for Amarillo.  Selection and price varies and can change quickly. The […]
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(20) 9″ x 6″ Scouring Pads – on sale for $8.49, just 42 Cents Each

Homebrew Finds - Thu, 04/19/2018 - 22:00
(20) 9″ by 6″ Scouring Pads. From the product description, check product page for current description, price and availability: Ideal for glass, stainless steel, porcelain, chrome, copper and ceramic surfaces Won’t scratch or dull most surfaces Measures 9-inches length by 6-inches width At 9″ by 6″ you could probably cut these in half (you’d get […]
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Chugger Pumps CPSS-IN-1 Brewing Stainless Steel Pump – $115.95! + Free Shipping

Homebrew Finds - Thu, 04/19/2018 - 21:00
Chugger Pumps CPSS-IN-1 Brewing Stainless Steel Home Brew Beer Pump 115V Inline From the offering description:   I use my brewing pump for vorlaufing/recirculating, transferring from my mash tun to brew kettle, chilling with a recirculating wort chiller and transferring to my fermenter. As if this posting, this is eBay offering is selling for just $115.95.  This is […]
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24 Count – 12″ x 12″ Interlocking NSF Certified Drying Mats – $20.40, 85 Cents Each + Free Shipping

Homebrew Finds - Thu, 04/19/2018 - 20:00
24 x 12″ by 12″ interlocking bar mats by San Jamar.  These interlocking mats are versatile.  Multiple mats can be joined for larger areas and they are flexible and easy to cut to shape.  Allows for airflow under glassware.  NSF certified. From the product description, check product page for current description, price and availability: Raised, […]
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Airtight Storage Container [Grain Storage, ~40 lb Grain Storage] – $10.89 Best Price, Volatile Availability

Homebrew Finds - Thu, 04/19/2018 - 19:30
IRIS Airtight Pet Food Storage Container From the product description, check product page for current description, price and availability: Translucent bodies make it easy to check dog or cat food levels Airtight seals and snap-tight latches keep out moisture, humidity and pests Dimensions: 16.50 L x 10.83 W x 18.63 H Inches, Inside: 14 L […]
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One Gallon Stainless Growler, CO2 Regulator and Faucet – $107.99 w/instant coupon

Homebrew Finds - Thu, 04/19/2018 - 19:00
HAVEGET 128 Ounce Mini Beer Keg Pressurized Growler for Craft Beer Dispenser System CO2 Adjustable Draft Beer Faucet with Perfect Pour Regulator SIZE: 13.7*5.9*5.9(in) capacity:128 ounce Made with Food Grade 304 stainless steel, more durable, and can keep craft beer carbonated and fresh for a long time The beer tap is a perfect gift for […]
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45 Degree Latitude Stainless Steel, Vacuum Insulated Growler- $16.98, near best price

Homebrew Finds - Thu, 04/19/2018 - 17:00
Insulated, Stainless Steel, BPA Free Growler.  64 oz.  Double wall vacuum insulation. 4/19/18 7 PM Central: This highly rated growler is selling for just $16.98.  That’s 50 cents shy of 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 a qualifying order. Price, shipping […]
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Reader Tip: Ready Made Hot Rod Heat Stick from Brew Hardware – 1,500 Watts (or more) – back in stock! – Limited Availability

Homebrew Finds - Thu, 04/19/2018 - 14:39
Thanks to HBF Reader Matt for this tip!  [8 Ways to Connect with HBF] Ready to use Hot Rod Heat Stick via Brew Hardware.   Availability of this can be touch and go. It’s been out of stock for a while.  It kind of came back in stock recently, but the heat sticks were a mis-order and […]
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1/4″ Male NPT to 1/4″ Female Flare – $5.30! + Make a Spunding Valve

Homebrew Finds - Thu, 04/19/2018 - 13:29
Brennan Industries 6505-02-04 Steel Straight Tube Fitting, 1/8″-27 NPTF x 7/16″-20 SAE Thread, 1/4″ Male NPTF x 1/4″ Female JIC Swivel If I’m reading these specifications correctly, I believe that this *may* fill in for the (often difficult to find) fitting featured in Style 1 of my Spunding Valve Build.   A Spunding Valve allows you to […]
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Left Hand Juicy Goodness Golden Ale now available as newest year-rounder

BeerPulse - Thu, 04/19/2018 - 13:07

(Longmont, CO) – Left Hand Brewing Co. has released their newest year-round beer, Juicy Goodness, a 5.5% ABV dry-hopped golden ale. It has a medium-light body and exemplifies a beer that is both easy drinkin’ and full of fruity hop flavors.

Juicy Goodness is brewed with Azacca and Ekuanot hops and dry-hopped with Mosaic. The hop combination is bursting with juicy tropical and citrus notes. “Bright, citrus hops explode in the bouquet and on the palate of this slightly hazy and low bitterness golden ale,” said Matt “Truck” Thrall, Director of Brewing. “Juicy Goodness was brewed for those times when you want an abundance of hops, but not a lot of alcohol or bitterness.”

Available in 6-pack cans and draft, Juicy Goodness is hitting Left Hand’s 41 state distribution footprint just in time for spring and summer. It is the third new year-round beer released in 2018, following previous releases of Left Hand IPA and Death Before Disco porter.

Juicy Goodness YEAR-ROUND
Dry-hopped golden ale
Hazy golden ale with tropical and citrus flavors from fruity hops. 5.5% ABV 29 IBU Keg, 6pk 12oz Cans

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Left Hand Juicy Goodness Golden Ale now available as newest year-rounder

BeerNews.org - Thu, 04/19/2018 - 13:07

(Longmont, CO) – Left Hand Brewing Co. has released their newest year-round beer, Juicy Goodness, a 5.5% ABV dry-hopped golden ale. It has a medium-light body and exemplifies a beer that is both easy drinkin’ and full of fruity hop flavors.

Juicy Goodness is brewed with Azacca and Ekuanot hops and dry-hopped with Mosaic. The hop combination is bursting with juicy tropical and citrus notes. “Bright, citrus hops explode in the bouquet and on the palate of this slightly hazy and low bitterness golden ale,” said Matt “Truck” Thrall, Director of Brewing. “Juicy Goodness was brewed for those times when you want an abundance of hops, but not a lot of alcohol or bitterness.”

Available in 6-pack cans and draft, Juicy Goodness is hitting Left Hand’s 41 state distribution footprint just in time for spring and summer. It is the third new year-round beer released in 2018, following previous releases of Left Hand IPA and Death Before Disco porter.

Juicy Goodness YEAR-ROUND
Dry-hopped golden ale
Hazy golden ale with tropical and citrus flavors from fruity hops. 5.5% ABV 29 IBU Keg, 6pk 12oz Cans

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Glenwood Springs, Colorado – Homebrew Shop Liquidation – attn: shop owners and clubs

Homebrew Finds - Thu, 04/19/2018 - 12:54
Indoor Garden & Brew Supply located in Glenwood Springs, Colorado is shutting down the homebrew supply component of their operation.  They have 5 pallets of equipment and supplies remaining and are wanting to sell everything.  Detailed records are available on request.  They are excepting offers for this merchandise.  This one is probably going to be […]
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Good Things Hoppin’: Down The Road Beer Co. to release its first-ever Triple IPA

BeerPulse - Thu, 04/19/2018 - 12:02

[Down the Road Brewery in Everett Massachusetts / Photo Credit: BeerPulse]

(Everett, MA) – Good Things Hoppin’ takes center state at this month’s Brew Chef Project event

Down The Road’s Brew Chef Project kicked off with a bang thanks to the absolutely off the chain preparations by Toro and Little Donkey. However, we’ve never been the kind of brewery to rest on its laurels, so we’re coming in hot with another round of delicious beer and food pairings. On Tuesday, April 24th, Executive Chef Derek Barragan from Boston’s W Hotel will be serving up creative, beer-inspired plates at Down The Road’s Everett taproom.

The next small batch brew is Good Things Hoppin’ – a triple IPA and the first of its kind produced by DTR. Uplifted by a juicy bouquet of Galaxy, Citra, Amarillo and Simcoe, this hoppy booze bomb clocks in at 11% ABV. A hearty helping of oats and wheat imbues Good Things Hoppin’ with a gorgeous haze, and it’s finished with the same proprietary yeast blend we used in our popular Sunna Double IPA. This beer will be paired with The W’s main course for the Brew Chef Project, and it will be available for a limited time at our taproom after the dinner.

Tickets start at $50 and include four courses, each of which is paired with a 5-oz. beer sample, and full pours are available at the bar. Our last Brew Chef dinner sold out quickly, so be sure to reserve your tickets in advance of the event.

More info about the Brew Chef Project event – and tickets for purchase – can be found here.

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Good Things Hoppin’: Down The Road Beer Co. to release its first-ever Triple IPA

BeerNews.org - Thu, 04/19/2018 - 12:02

(Everett, MA) – Good Things Hoppin’ takes center state at this month’s Brew Chef Project event

Down The Road’s Brew Chef Project kicked off with a bang thanks to the absolutely off the chain preparations by Toro and Little Donkey. However, we’ve never been the kind of brewery to rest on its laurels, so we’re coming in hot with another round of delicious beer and food pairings. On Tuesday, April 24th, Executive Chef Derek Barragan from Boston’s W Hotel will be serving up creative, beer-inspired plates at Down The Road’s Everett taproom.

The next small batch brew is Good Things Hoppin’ – a triple IPA and the first of its kind produced by DTR. Uplifted by a juicy bouquet of Galaxy, Citra, Amarillo and Simcoe, this hoppy booze bomb clocks in at 11% ABV. A hearty helping of oats and wheat imbues Good Things Hoppin’ with a gorgeous haze, and it’s finished with the same proprietary yeast blend we used in our popular Sunna Double IPA. This beer will be paired with The W’s main course for the Brew Chef Project, and it will be available for a limited time at our taproom after the dinner.

Tickets start at $50 and include four courses, each of which is paired with a 5-oz. beer sample, and full pours are available at the bar. Our last Brew Chef dinner sold out quickly, so be sure to reserve your tickets in advance of the event.

More info about the Brew Chef Project event – and tickets for purchase – can be found here.

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#10 Two Hole Stopper and Thermowell [Inkbird Compatible] – for PET Carboys and Chapman UniVessels

Homebrew Finds - Thu, 04/19/2018 - 12:00
#10 Stopper and Thermowell for use with compatible PET Carboys and Chapman UniVessel Fermenters.  The stopper has two holes so that it can accommodate both the thermowell and an airlock. From the product description, check product page for current description, price and availability: “This carboy thermowell is used in conjunction with the Inkbird Digital Controllers […]
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Pelican Brewing’s “IPA Flight” debuts as its first-ever mixed IPA pack

BeerPulse - Thu, 04/19/2018 - 11:42

Pelican offers fellow fanatics a mixed IPA 12-pack to explore and compare the wide spectrum of IPA flavors inherent in Beak Bender, Beak Breaker and Mosaic

(Pacific City, OR) — Pelican Brewing Company this month delights fellow fanatics with a special pack of IPAs to explore a delicious spectrum of hop flavors and aromas. The new Pelican mixed IPA 12-pack showcases a medley of unique IPA styles with Beak Bender Hoppinated India Pale Ale, Beak Breaker Double India Pale Ale and Mosaic Single Hop India Pale Ale playing lead roles—now available on the craft beer aisle.

“We wanted to offer IPA fans a journey through some really interesting flavors—all in one pack,” says Jim Prinzing, chief executive officer, Pelican Brewing Company. “Beak Bender and Beak Breaker are our newest—and very well-received—IPA brews. Coupled with one of our seasonal favorites, Mosaic, we think we’ve got a unique lineup of IPA styles to explore.”

Beak Bender exemplifies what brewers are calling the ‘ultimate IPA.’ Pelican turned to two bold, flavorful hop varieties and used its proprietary dry hopping device ‘The Hoppinator’ to rend every molecule of flavor and aroma. Bountiful quantities of Citra and El Dorado hops bring aromas and flavors reminiscent of luminous citrus and zesty orange balanced against a lean malt bill with subtle toasty notes creating an astoundingly drinkable experience. It won’t break your beak, but it might bend it a little:

ABV: 6.7% | IBU: 65 | PLATO: 14.5º

What do hopheads love about hops? Great big punchy hop aromas that Pelican has been packing into beer for over 20 years. Beak Breaker is the brewery’s newest homage to aromatic innovation. With massive additions of Mosaic, Citra, and Centennial hops this beer delivers a bright citrus-tropical aroma with notes of ruby red grapefruit and sweet pine, blasting the olfactory sense just enough to break your beak:

ABV: 9% | IBU: 90 | PLATO: 18º

This unique Pelican trio of IPAs is rounded out with Mosaic. To showcase the glory of the Mosaic hop, Pelican brewers built a simple malt bill of two-row malted barley and a touch of malted wheat—then added loads of the prized flower. This minimalist approach allows the incredible tropical citrus hop aromas and sweet pine hop flavors to come through with clarity and focus. On the finish, the clean bitterness is balanced by just enough malt character to ensure that the next sip is a foregone conclusion:

ABV: 7% | IBU: 65 | PLATO: 15º

Pelican’s first-ever mixed IPA 12-pack is now available indefinitely on the craft beer aisle of grocery stores and specialty shops. Cheers!

For a comprehensive review of all award-winning Pelican beer offerings click here.

About Pelican Brewing Company

Pelican Brewing Company was founded in 1996 by Jeff Schons and Mary Jones in Pacific City with Oregon’s only oceanfront brewpub. Celebrating its 21st year, the brewing company has created masterpieces like Kiwanda Cream Ale, India Pelican Ale, MacPelican’s Scottish Ale, Tsunami Stout and Doryman’s Dark. With the vision, creativity and brewing expertise of founding brewmaster Darron Welch, Pelican Brewing has won over 450 awards including a Silver Medal at the 2016 Great American Beer Festival, 2014 World Beer Cup© Champion Small Brewing Company and Brewmaster of the Year. Pelican Brewing currently distributes 22oz bottles, 12oz bottles in 6-packs, a new mixed 12-pack, and 50 liter and 20 liter kegs via a network of distributors in Oregon, Washington, Idaho, Utah, and Hawaii. The company operates brewing and brewpub facilities in Pacific City, Tillamook and Cannon Beach.

For more information, visit Pelican Brewing Company.

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Pelican Brewing’s “IPA Flight” debuts as its first-ever mixed IPA pack

BeerNews.org - Thu, 04/19/2018 - 11:42

Pelican offers fellow fanatics a mixed IPA 12-pack to explore and compare the wide spectrum of IPA flavors inherent in Beak Bender, Beak Breaker and Mosaic

(Pacific City, OR) — Pelican Brewing Company this month delights fellow fanatics with a special pack of IPAs to explore a delicious spectrum of hop flavors and aromas. The new Pelican mixed IPA 12-pack showcases a medley of unique IPA styles with Beak Bender Hoppinated India Pale Ale, Beak Breaker Double India Pale Ale and Mosaic Single Hop India Pale Ale playing lead roles—now available on the craft beer aisle.

“We wanted to offer IPA fans a journey through some really interesting flavors—all in one pack,” says Jim Prinzing, chief executive officer, Pelican Brewing Company. “Beak Bender and Beak Breaker are our newest—and very well-received—IPA brews. Coupled with one of our seasonal favorites, Mosaic, we think we’ve got a unique lineup of IPA styles to explore.”

Beak Bender exemplifies what brewers are calling the ‘ultimate IPA.’ Pelican turned to two bold, flavorful hop varieties and used its proprietary dry hopping device ‘The Hoppinator’ to rend every molecule of flavor and aroma. Bountiful quantities of Citra and El Dorado hops bring aromas and flavors reminiscent of luminous citrus and zesty orange balanced against a lean malt bill with subtle toasty notes creating an astoundingly drinkable experience. It won’t break your beak, but it might bend it a little:

ABV: 6.7% | IBU: 65 | PLATO: 14.5º

What do hopheads love about hops? Great big punchy hop aromas that Pelican has been packing into beer for over 20 years. Beak Breaker is the brewery’s newest homage to aromatic innovation. With massive additions of Mosaic, Citra, and Centennial hops this beer delivers a bright citrus-tropical aroma with notes of ruby red grapefruit and sweet pine, blasting the olfactory sense just enough to break your beak:

ABV: 9% | IBU: 90 | PLATO: 18º

This unique Pelican trio of IPAs is rounded out with Mosaic. To showcase the glory of the Mosaic hop, Pelican brewers built a simple malt bill of two-row malted barley and a touch of malted wheat—then added loads of the prized flower. This minimalist approach allows the incredible tropical citrus hop aromas and sweet pine hop flavors to come through with clarity and focus. On the finish, the clean bitterness is balanced by just enough malt character to ensure that the next sip is a foregone conclusion:

ABV: 7% | IBU: 65 | PLATO: 15º

Pelican’s first-ever mixed IPA 12-pack is now available indefinitely on the craft beer aisle of grocery stores and specialty shops. Cheers!

For a comprehensive review of all award-winning Pelican beer offerings click here.

About Pelican Brewing Company

Pelican Brewing Company was founded in 1996 by Jeff Schons and Mary Jones in Pacific City with Oregon’s only oceanfront brewpub. Celebrating its 21st year, the brewing company has created masterpieces like Kiwanda Cream Ale, India Pelican Ale, MacPelican’s Scottish Ale, Tsunami Stout and Doryman’s Dark. With the vision, creativity and brewing expertise of founding brewmaster Darron Welch, Pelican Brewing has won over 450 awards including a Silver Medal at the 2016 Great American Beer Festival, 2014 World Beer Cup© Champion Small Brewing Company and Brewmaster of the Year. Pelican Brewing currently distributes 22oz bottles, 12oz bottles in 6-packs, a new mixed 12-pack, and 50 liter and 20 liter kegs via a network of distributors in Oregon, Washington, Idaho, Utah, and Hawaii. The company operates brewing and brewpub facilities in Pacific City, Tillamook and Cannon Beach.

For more information, visit Pelican Brewing Company.

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