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September 30, 2019

On the 13th December 1900 Professor Adrian Brown, Head of the British School of Malting and Brewing at The University of Birmingham delivered a paper to the Midland Counties Institute of Brewing at The Grand Hotel Birmingham.

Clearly, beer was taken very seriously in th...

October 31, 2017

So why all the wobbly lines in the chart?

Well, on my double brew day anything that could go wrong, went wrong!

The first brew, Grapefruit Juice went swimmingly. All systems go, into the fermentation fridge. Quick rinse of the Grainfather and on with the Chocolate Porter...

September 30, 2017

The temperature differential between the beer and ambient temperatures is consistent - even at low temperature fermentation. Here's the data from a Helles Lager brewed at 10.5C.

It seems that the yeast generate exothermic activity (heat) based on the amount of sugars in...

August 17, 2017

This was my Chief Tester's first brew with MyBrewbot. Up until now he'd been using his Inkbird to control the temperature and used MyBrewbot to monitor how things were going.

The big test. Steven had used MyBrewbot to control the temperature of a fermenter filled with w...

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