Category Archives: Homebrewing DIY

Homebrewing DIY: Custom Tap Handles

As a hobby that can easily turn into an obsession many homebrewers (including myself) often find themselves spending many of their free moments during their work days reading homebrewing blog articles and keeping up with the latest posts on their … Continue reading

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Homebrew Wednesday 72: No More Plugs

When I first built my keezer I used picnic taps to dispense my beers and plugged up the 4 tap holes that I drilled with a pieces of a  1 inch (diameter) wood dowel that I cut up. A few … Continue reading

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Follow Up: My NYC Apartment’s Brewing Constraints.

Before I get into the topics that I’d like to cover in this post I’d like to thank those that checked out yesterday’s Homebrew Wednesday blog post, especially those who followed the link that I posted in the homebrewing sub-reddit. … Continue reading

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Homebrew Wednesday 48: A step towards the “Lupulin Threshold Shift”

EPISODE SUMMARY: A tasting of my Hop Cholent Double IPA and footage of my recent keezer upgrade/s. Now that Hop Cholent Double IPA is kegged and on tap it’s time for a tasting and some reflections on what I learned … Continue reading

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Homebrew Wednesday 47: Bring On The Lupulin!

As mentioned in this past Friday’s update video this week’s HBW video consists of footage of me taking a gravity sample, giving my tasting notes on it, and then dry hopping my Double IPA. Enjoy and Happy Homebrew Wednesday. Cheers! … Continue reading

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Homebrewing DIY: Finishing a beer cap bar top w/ epoxy (keezer lid)

After much stalling and waiting for some more beer caps to add variety I finally completed my keezer lid’s beer cap bar top my filling it with clear epoxy. As you’ll see my biggest obstacle was maintaining a sealed border … Continue reading

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