Often when it comes to fermentation a significant amount of time is spent searching for recommended yeast parameters (fermentation temperature, flocculation, etc) for the brew being designed.  Instead of continuing to search this information out at various locations across the web, it is now easily accessed for all yeast strains in one spot here on Fermentation Riot – Yeast Strain Database.

If any new yeasts are not listed feel free to let me know and it will happily be added.

 

The following guide was put together to help brewers serve their beer in the appropriate glassware.  Select a beer style and the page will update with the appropriate glassware for that type of beer.  Multiple glass styles may be appropriate for each beer.

More information here - Beer Glass Guide

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The following guide will help you understand the details associated with kegging your beer before you dive in:

How to Keg

Kegging beer has many benefits over bottling beer:

1.) Its faster – no filling bottles, capping, and cleaning each bottle.
2.) No yeast sediment to worry about.
3.) Can perform additional processing like counter pressure bottle filling and filtration.
4.) Tighter control on the carbonation and serving.

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