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Brewing in quarantine, choosing a grain mill, and milling specialty grains — Ep. 174

We hope you’re doing well, friend! Welcome back to our Homebrew Happy Hour podcast… the podcast where we answer all of your home brewing questions and discuss anything related to craft beer! If you appreciate the things we’re doing as Homebrew Happy Hour, consider joining our Patreon community! Not only will you be supporting our efforts, you’ll also receive exclusive perks such as HUGE discounts on HomebrewSupply.com and Kegconnection.com, welcome packs with our merch, discounts to BrewersFriend.com, and lots more! Click the link and join today  —  https://www.patreon.com/bePatron?u=21132635 On Today’s Show: First and foremost – we hope you are hanging in there and keeping healthy during these weird times. “Weird” is about as appropriate word as we can think of. I said this in a newsletter and I’ll say it again — if you need anything, ANYTHING, that we can provide or help you with then please don’t hesitate to ask. We love you guys and will get through all of this together. On the show — James and Todd join me, remotely, to take your questions on adjusting your brew days when life throws you lemons (i.e – when you’re in quarantine at home!), choosing a grain mill to buy, and mill settings when crushing grains for partial mash brewing. We want to hear from you! If you have a question that you’d like us to discuss on a future episode, please click on the “Submit a Question” link at the top of our website or you can now call in your questions via our questions hotline @ 325-305-6107 and leave your message after the beep. This is a friendly reminder that, if we choose your question for a future episode, we give you a $25 gift card to that episode’s sponsor! Let us know what you think and enjoy the show! cheers, joshua Thank you to our show’s sponsor, Spike Brewing Equipment, for supporting us and the homebrewing community. Learn more about their incredible equipment at SpikeBrewing.com/HomebrewHappyHour and make the most of your brew day ————————– Become a Patron!  Reminder that these episodes are ultimately made possible because of YOUR support. Consider becoming a member of our newly launched Patreon page and receive perks such as merch, exclusive group access and content, recipes, and some tiers even get monthly recipe kits mailed to you! https://www.patreon.com/HomebrewHappyHour————————–Are you a member of the American Homebrewers Association yet? Join today and receive a FREE copy of “Session Beers” by Jennifer Talley on top of all the other cool perks that an AHA membership offers — CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFO

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19 Mar 2020

Rank #1

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Tips for making better beer from extract recipes — Ep. 155

Glad to have you back, homebrewer! Thank you for joining us for yet another episode of the Homebrew Happy Hour … the podcast where we answer YOUR homebrewing questions and discuss all things related to craft beer! On Today’s Show: Todd and James join me once again for the most fun I’ve had all week. To be fair, it’s been a pretty boring week… KIDDING, Todd! For this week’s show, I fielded some questions that focused specifically on extract brewing. It’s easy, as an all-grain brewer, to forget how good of beers you can produce from extract reccipes! I, personally, also tend to forget how much and enjoyable an extract brew day can be… specifically, when it comes to the clean up and time management components. I feel like we should produce some #brewday videos doing extract batches; what do you think? We want to hear from you! If you have a question that you’d like us to discuss on a future episode, please click on the “Submit a Question” link at the top of our website or you can now call in your questions via our questions hotline @ 325-305-6107 and leave your message after the beep. This is a friendly reminder that, if we choose your question for a future episode, we give you a $25 gift card to that episode’s sponsor! Let us know what you think and enjoy the show! cheers, joshua Become a Patron!  Reminder that these episodes are ultimately made possible because of YOUR support. Consider becoming a member of our newly launched Patreon page and receive perks such as merch, exclusive group access and content, recipes, and some tiers even get monthly recipe kits mailed to you! ————————– November’s Patreon Giveaway: https://www.kegconnection.com/cmb-v3n-nitro-beer-and-nitro-coffee-faucet/ November’s Patreon Featured Recipe: https://www.kegconnection.com/search.php?search_query=Northern%20English%20Brown&section=product/ https://www.patreon.com/HomebrewHappyHour Are you a member of the American Homebrewers Association yet? Join today and receive a FREE copy of “Session Beers” by Jennifer Talley on top of all the other cool perks that an AHA membership offers — CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFO

49mins

7 Nov 2019

Rank #2

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AB InBev Getting into Homebrew, Time for Holiday Brews, and Choosing Keg Kit Upgrades – HHH Ep. 41

So, did anybody hear the big news recently? We won’t spoil it here for you but we’re almost 100% positive you know what we’re talking about! Big news aside, we’ve got a GREAT show for you guys here today. We’re discussing the big news, holiday homebrewing, and we help a listener choose some upgrades for her kegerator kit. If you have a question that you’d like us to discuss on a future episode, please click on the “Submit a Question” link at the top of the page! Let us know what you think and enjoy the show!

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28 Oct 2016

Rank #3

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Temp ranges for fermentation, pH levels in your mash, & cleaning the Grainfather — Ep. 172

Well hello there, home brewer! Welcome back to our Homebrew Happy Hour podcast… the podcast where we answer all of your home brewing questions and discuss anything related to craft beer! If you appreciate the things we’re doing as Homebrew Happy Hour, consider joining our Patreon community! Not only will you be supporting our efforts, you’ll also receive exclusive perks such as HUGE discounts on HomebrewSupply.com and Kegconnection.com, welcome packs with our merch, discounts to BrewersFriend.com, and lots more! Click the link and join today  —  https://www.patreon.com/bePatron?u=21132635 On Today’s Show: You might not believe this but Todd couldn’t join us today because… get this… he’s on a freakin’ helicopter RIGHT NOW shooting hogs from it. Yes, you read that correctly. James and I are both incredibly jealous of the amazing time that Todd is, undoubtedly, having. In case you’re wondering – hogs are a TERROR here in Texas and are vastly overpopulated on Todd’s ranch where they’ve been literally destroying the land which is affecting all the other wildlife that rely on Todd’s property. So… don’t feel bad for the little piggies   ! ANYWAY – that means it’s just James and I today but thank God he joined me because I could not have done today’s show without him. We discuss whether you should follow the temperature ranges listed in your recipe kit versus what’s on your yeast pack (ideally — they’d both be the same ranges), we talk about how important pH levels are in regards to the mashing process, and a listener writes in with a question on best practices for cleaning his Grainfather unit. We want to hear from you! If you have a question that you’d like us to discuss on a future episode, please click on the “Submit a Question” link at the top of our website or you can now call in your questions via our questions hotline @ 325-305-6107 and leave your message after the beep. This is a friendly reminder that, if we choose your question for a future episode, we give you a $25 gift card to that episode’s sponsor! Let us know what you think and enjoy the show! cheers, joshua Thank you to our show’s sponsor, Spike Brewing Equipment, for supporting us and the homebrewing community. Learn more about their incredible equipment at SpikeBrewing.com/HomebrewHappyHour and make the most of your brew day ————————– Become a Patron!  Reminder that these episodes are ultimately made possible because of YOUR support. Consider becoming a member of our newly launched Patreon page and receive perks such as merch, exclusive group access and content, recipes, and some tiers even get monthly recipe kits mailed to you! https://www.patreon.com/HomebrewHappyHour————————–Are you a member of the American Homebrewers Association yet? Join today and receive a FREE copy of “Session Beers” by Jennifer Talley on top of all the other cool perks that an AHA membership offers — CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFO

48mins

5 Mar 2020

Rank #4

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What’s the point of secondary fermentation and how much does temperature affect your beer? — HHH Ep. 074

Welcome back to one of the top 1000 shows about homebrewing! We don’t actually know if there’s even 1000 podcasts out there about homebrewing, but we are confident that we’re in the top 1K if there does happen to be. Kidding aside, we have a wonderful episode to present to you today. Todd is out of town again (we’ll go ahead and give him kudos since he took his wife to go see Elton John in Vegas, so we can’t hate on him too much) so it’s a Q&A show with Joshua and James! On today’s show, we take your questions regarding “What is secondary fermentation?!” and also “Does fluctuating temps really matter during fermentation?”. As always, If you have a question that you’d like us to discuss on a future episode, please click on the “Submit a Question” link at the top of the page! Let us know what you think and enjoy the show! Today’s show is brought to you by Kegconnection.com! Kegconnection has some of the best deals on homebrewing supplies and draft beer equipment PLUS a brand new section of delicious ingredients and recipe kits! Use the promo code “HHH” to receive 5% off your order. (Discount can not be applied to products that are drop shipped including, but not limited to, products by Spike Brewing, SS BrewTech, Brewer’s Edge Mash & Boil, and more. See website for details)

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23 Feb 2018

Rank #5

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Upgrading Your Regulator and a Trip to the Taprite HQ! — HHH Ep.015

It’s our favorite time of the week because it’s another fun episode of the Homebrew Happy Hour back in your life! This week, we come to you live from the Taprite HQ in beautiful San Antonio, Texas! Many of your homebrewers are already familiar with Taprite and their extremely high quality regulators and draft beer equipment so we were super excited to tour their HQ and interview Phillip Frazier (Engineering Manager) and Mark Wymore (Sales Engineer). If you have a question that you’d like us to discuss on a future episode, please click on the “Submit a Question” link at the top of the page! Let us know what you think and enjoy the show!

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26 Jun 2015

Rank #6

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Temperature Ranges with Various Yeast Strains — Ep. 164

Hope you’re doing well, home brewer! Thank you for tuning in to another fantastic episode of our Homebrew Happy Hour … the podcast where we answer all of your home brewing questions and discuss anything related to craft beer! On Today’s Show: We hope you’re having a great start to the new year and sticking to whatever resolutions you’ve established for yourself! The good news is that we are 9 days into 2020 and I haven’t lost a bet to Todd yet. What a great year this is going to be! For this week, Todd and James join me to small talk our way thru 15’ish minutes and then answer YOUR questions about homebrewing. Specifically, we got asked about what may have happened when a liquid yeast got pitched but no activity ever happened, plus we talk about breaking up an all-grain brew day into multiple steps over several days. It was a great show that I’m excited to share with you! We want to hear from you! If you have a question that you’d like us to discuss on a future episode, please click on the “Submit a Question” link at the top of our website or you can now call in your questions via our questions hotline @ 325-305-6107 and leave your message after the beep. This is a friendly reminder that, if we choose your question for a future episode, we give you a $25 gift card to that episode’s sponsor! Let us know what you think and enjoy the show! cheers, joshua Thank you to our show’s sponsor, Spike Brewing Equipment, for supporting us and the homebrewing community. Learn more about their incredible equipment at SpikeBrewing.com/HomebrewHappyHour and make the most of your brew day ————————– Become a Patron!  Reminder that these episodes are ultimately made possible because of YOUR support. Consider becoming a member of our newly launched Patreon page and receive perks such as merch, exclusive group access and content, recipes, and some tiers even get monthly recipe kits mailed to you! https://www.patreon.com/HomebrewHappyHour————————–Are you a member of the American Homebrewers Association yet? Join today and receive a FREE copy of “Session Beers” by Jennifer Talley on top of all the other cool perks that an AHA membership offers — CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFO

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10 Jan 2020

Rank #7

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False bottoms in Igloo coolers, batch vs fly sparging, and ‘automated’ brewing setups — HHH Ep. 078

It’s another fun-filled episode of our Homebrew Happy Hour podcast! This week brings HomebrewSupply.com ‘s Ladik Joe Ermis onto the show to help Joshua (the helpless) field YOUR homebrew questions. Specifically, we’re talking about false bottoms vs other methods in Igloor coolers, batch versus fly sparging, and ‘automated’ brewing setups! It’s a blast! As always, If you have a question that you’d like us to discuss on a future episode, please click on the “Submit a Question” link at the top of the page! Let us know what you think and enjoy the show! Today’s show is brought to you by HomebrewSupply.com! HBS’ has officially relaunched and has all of your favorite recipe kits, fresh ingredients, and homebrew equipment in stock. Homebrew Happy Hour listeners can visit HomebrewSupply.com and use the promo code “HHH” to receive 5% off your order. (Discount can not be applied to products that are drop shipped including, but not limited to, products by Spike Brewing, SS BrewTech, Brewer’s Edge Mash & Boil, and more. See website for details)

35mins

23 Mar 2018

Rank #8

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Tips on entering homebrew competitions and a discussion on RIMS brewing systems — HHH Ep. 081

Howdy, Homebrewer! Welcome back to another episode of our podcast! We hope you had a great weekend are we REALLY hope that you’ve got a brew day planned for this weekend. Not only do we have a brew day planned for the weekend, but we’re also going to be hanging out at Oskar Blues Brewery in Austin, Texas on Saturday (04/14) recording episode 82 (next week’s show) in their taproom! This is always a great excuse for us to visit breweries and drink beer. Sounds terrible, right? Today’s show was a blast! We discussed tips and suggestions for folks looking to enter into homebrew competitions as well as RIMS brewing systems and how they compare to the other methods of brewing available. As always, If you have a question that you’d like us to discuss on a future episode, please click on the “Submit a Question” link at the top of the page! Let us know what you think and enjoy the show! Today’s show is brought to you by Kegconnection.com! Kegconnection has some of the best deals on homebrewing supplies and draft beer equipment PLUS a brand new section of delicious ingredients and recipe kits! Use the promo code “HHH” to receive 5% off your order. (Discount can not be applied to products that are drop shipped including, but not limited to, products by Spike Brewing, SS BrewTech, Brewer’s Edge Mash & Boil, and more. See website for details)

37mins

13 Apr 2018

Rank #9

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Learn to Homebrew Day and More with the AHA’s Matt Bolling — Ep. 154

How ’bout this weather, homebrewer?! Thank you for joining us for yet another episode of the Homebrew Happy Hour … the podcast where we answer YOUR homebrewing questions and discuss all things related to craft beer! I don’t know where you’re tuning in from but, here in central Texas, it is FINALLY feeling like brewing weather. High 40’s, low 50’s (Fahrenheit, to clarify for our international crowd!) and sunny days. I LOVE IT! I hope you’re having good weather and even better brewing days too. On Today’s Show: Matt Bolling from the American Homebrewer’s Association joins me today to discuss the upcoming “Learn to Homebrew Day” which is THIS SATURDAY, November 2nd, 2019. It’s always the first Saturday of November and it is always a good time! Matt is the Events & Membership Coordinator at the AHA and we’ve known him for a while. If you’ve ever attended any of the events put on by the AHA and/or the BA, you’ve probably seen Matt around or at least experienced a good time thanks to the efforts of Matt and the entire team there at the AHA. He talks about Learn to Homebrew Day as well other fun stuff such as the other events going on throughout the year, his own homebrewing experience, and the benefits and joys of being a part of a local homebrewing club. I had an absolute blast with Matt and hope to have him on again in the future! We want to hear from you! If you have a question that you’d like us to discuss on a future episode, please click on the “Submit a Question” link at the top of our website or you can now call in your questions via our questions hotline @ 325-305-6107 and leave your message after the beep. This is a friendly reminder that, if we choose your question for a future episode, we give you a $25 gift card to that episode’s sponsor! Let us know what you think and enjoy the show! cheers, joshua ——————- Become a Patron!  Reminder that these episodes are ultimately made possible because of YOUR support. Consider becoming a member of our newly launched Patreon page and receive perks such as merch, exclusive group access and content, recipes, and some tiers even get monthly recipe kits mailed to you!

48mins

31 Oct 2019

Rank #10

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Does Homebrew Beer Have a Higher ABV & Getting Your Loved One Into Homebrewing and Kegging — HHH Ep. 021

Don’t call it a comeback! The #Homebrew Happy Hour is back after a bit of a layoff. Short and sweet explanation: It was Todd’s fault. Joking aside, we couldn’t be more excited and happy to be back in the studio and talking homebrew & craft beer. Today’s show features a special guest homebrewer, James Carlson. You probably remember James from a couple of previous episodes. We received such great feedback from you guys that we brought him back to help answer the questions presented on today’s show. If you have a question that you’d like us to discuss on a future episode, please click on the “Submit a Question” link at the top of the page! Let us know what you think and enjoy the show!

29mins

18 Dec 2015

Rank #11

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A Discussion on All-in-One All-Grain Brewing: Mash & Boil vs Robobrew vs The Grainfather — HHH Ep. 108

Hello and happy Friday to you, our favorite homebrewer! Studies have shown that speaking more broadly yet directly to your audience is supposed to help them connect with you so I figured I’d butter you up and call you “our favorite homebrewer” because I just know that the person taking the time to read this is definitely my favorite person. Unless you’re Rob from accounting. If it’s Rob from accounting then just know that I can’t stand you. ANYWAY! Welcome back to another fun-filled episode of our show. We’ve teased this episode before and it’s finally here; a discussion and comparison of the Mash & Boil versus the Robobrew versus The Grainfather! As always, If you have a question that you’d like us to discuss on a future episode, please click on the “Submit a Question” link at the top of our website or you can now call in your questions via our questions hotline @ 325-305-6107 and leave your message after the beep. Let us know what you think and enjoy the show! Today’s show is brought to you by Kegconnection.com! Check out Kegconnection’s brand new “Brewer’s Club Rewards” program which gives you points for every purchase and the ability to earn FREE points simply by sharing content or participating in various activities. You can redeem your points for discounts on future orders, FREE SHIPPING, FREE GIFTS, and a whole lot more so go to Kegconnection.com for more information. Homebrew Happy Hour listeners who shop at Kegconnection.com can use the promo code “HHH” to receive 5% off your order.

40mins

8 Nov 2018

Rank #12

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New Recipes, Using Base Grains, & Moving Up to Bigger Batches! — HHH Ep. 055

Sometimes, our best episodes are the ones where we didn’t plan much! To elaborate, we had a last minute switch (*cough* Todd flaked and left Joshua and James to do it by themselves *cough*) but it all worked out great because what was yielded was a fantastic conversation on delicious new homebrew recipes, using base grains and experimenting with your brews, and the logistics of going from small to larger batch brewing AND moving beyond bottling and on to kegging. It really was a blast recording today’s show and we hope you enjoy it! As always, If you have a question that you’d like us to discuss on a future episode, please click on the “Submit a Question” link at the top of the page! Let us know what you think and enjoy the show!

31mins

8 Sep 2017

Rank #13

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Tips for moving up to all-grain from extract brewing and advice for the new homebrewer — HHH Ep. 109

Howdy and happy Thanksgiving, friends! We’re back from our recent trip to Germany and Prague for the BrauBeviale 2018 and we had a blast. Due to someone’s poor planning and due diligence (not naming names since I’m the one who writes these show notes…;)  – joshua ) we didn’t publish an episode last week but we’ve got a great show for you today! On today’s show, we discuss a question asking for tips on moving up from extract brewing to all-grain brewing and if the “traditional” route of using coolers and kettles versus using electric all-in-one solutions like The Grainfather. We also give advice to another listener who is brand new to the hobby and is considering starting his homebrewing journey! As always, If you have a question that you’d like us to discuss on a future episode, please click on the “Submit a Question” link at the top of our website or you can now call in your questions via our questions hotline @ 325-305-6107 and leave your message after the beep. Let us know what you think and enjoy the show! Today’s show is brought to you by Kegconnection.com! Check out Kegconnection’s brand new “Brewer’s Club Rewards” program which gives you points for every purchase and the ability to earn FREE points simply by sharing content or participating in various activities. You can redeem your points for discounts on future orders, FREE SHIPPING, FREE GIFTS, and a whole lot more so go to Kegconnection.com for more information. Homebrew Happy Hour listeners who shop at Kegconnection.com can use the promo code “HHH” to receive 5% off your order.

34mins

22 Nov 2018

Rank #14

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Switching from gas to electric brewing and cold fermentation equipment recommendations — Ep. 140

Greetings, fellow homebrewer! – We thank you for tuning in to our home brew podcast – and we welcome you BACK to our Homebrew Happy Hour podcast, the podcast where we answer YOUR homebrewing questions and discuss all things related to craft beer! On Today’s Show: We’re back on schedule with another Q&A show for your listening pleasure. Todd, believe it or not, is OUT again… Side note — some of you are starting to think we left him in Rhode Island and are concerned for his well being, but I can reassure you that none of us are the beneficiaries of any type of insurance policy on him so we have no reason to have left him behind! Kidding aside — he’s actually doing manual labor as you’re reading this, fixing up things he’s been putting off and so he couldn’t be bothered to hang with us… ANYWAY James is a saint and joins me today to discuss a couple of equipment-centric questions. James, as you probably already know, is a wealth of knowledge and I love these 1-on-1 shows we get to do together every now and then because I don’t have to worry about getting interrupted by Todd! We want to hear from you! If you have a question that you’d like us to discuss on a future episode, please click on the “Submit a Question” link at the top of our website or you can now call in your questions via our questions hotline @ 325-305-6107 and leave your message after the beep. This is a friendly reminder that, if we choose your question for a future episode, we give you a $25 gift card to that episode’s sponsor! Let us know what you think and enjoy the show! cheers, joshua ———————- Today’s show is brought to you by HomebrewSupply.com! HBS’ has all of your favorite recipe kits, fresh ingredients, and homebrew equipment in stock. Homebrew Happy Hour listeners can visit HomebrewSupply.com and use the promo code “HHH” to receive 5% off your order. (Discount can not be applied to products that are drop shipped including, but not limited to, products by Spike Brewing, SS BrewTech, Brewer’s Edge Mash & Boil, and more. See website for details)

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11 Jul 2019

Rank #15

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Discussions on being set up for cooler fermentation and lagering plus a question on kegerator faucets — HHH Ep. 097

Hey there homebrewer and welcome back to our homebrew podcast! Joshua, James, AND Todd are back together on this episode (even though Todd is leaving us again for next week heading out to California… spoiler alert: Joshua wasn’t invited on the trip) and taking YOUR homebrew related questions. Specifically, the guys discuss brewing a Kolsch and Altbier and having a set up that is good for cooler fermentations and lagering. They also take a question on kegerator faucets and, if you know Todd and James at all, then you already know that they have a ton to say about that topic so we hope you enjoy this as much as we did. As always, If you have a question that you’d like us to discuss on a future episode, please click on the “Submit a Question” link at the top of the page! Let us know what you think and enjoy the show! Today’s show is brought to you by HomebrewSupply.com! HBS’ has all of your favorite recipe kits, fresh ingredients, and homebrew equipment in stock. Homebrew Happy Hour listeners can visit HomebrewSupply.com and use the promo code “HHH” to receive 5% off your order. (Discount can not be applied to products that are drop shipped including, but not limited to, products by Spike Brewing, SS BrewTech, Brewer’s Edge Mash & Boil, and more. See website for details)

40mins

24 Aug 2018

Rank #16

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Downscaling 5 Gallon Recipes for Smaller Batches of Beer — Ep. 165

Howdy, friend! Great to have you and thanks for tuning in to this episode of Homebrew Happy Hour … the podcast where we answer all of your home brewing questions and discuss anything related to craft beer! On Today’s Show: It’s the last week before Todd and James fly out to Germany (without me, but I’ll complain about that another day and lots more in the future) so I’m happy they were able to join me and help take YOUR questions on today’s show.  One listener wrote in asking about what to do when you have over half of your packet of yeast left over (and other scaling stuff about scaling down 5 gallon recipes) and our second question asks about choosing hops for recipe building and when to use them during the brew day. We want to hear from you! If you have a question that you’d like us to discuss on a future episode, please click on the “Submit a Question” link at the top of our website or you can now call in your questions via our questions hotline @ 325-305-6107 and leave your message after the beep. This is a friendly reminder that, if we choose your question for a future episode, we give you a $25 gift card to that episode’s sponsor! Let us know what you think and enjoy the show! cheers, joshua Thank you to our show’s sponsor, Spike Brewing Equipment, for supporting us and the homebrewing community. Learn more about their incredible equipment at SpikeBrewing.com/HomebrewHappyHour and make the most of your brew day ————————– Become a Patron!  Reminder that these episodes are ultimately made possible because of YOUR support. Consider becoming a member of our newly launched Patreon page and receive perks such as merch, exclusive group access and content, recipes, and some tiers even get monthly recipe kits mailed to you! https://www.patreon.com/HomebrewHappyHour————————–Are you a member of the American Homebrewers Association yet? Join today and receive a FREE copy of “Session Beers” by Jennifer Talley on top of all the other cool perks that an AHA membership offers — CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFO

42mins

17 Jan 2020

Rank #17

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Questions on Beer Styles, BJCP Guidelines, and Experiences w/ Homebrew Competitions! HHH — Ep. 054

Howdy friends, it’s another episode of our Homebrew Happy Hour! These last 7 or so days have been rough here in Texas but we definitely appreciate all of the prayers, donations, and volunteers that have come to pitch in towards the relief efforts. This week, our usual co-host, Todd Burns, couldn’t be on the show because he’s volunteering in Rockport BUT we still have a great show for you guys as Joshua and James take your questions on beer styles, BJCP guidelines, and experiences entering your homebrew into local competitions. We think you’re gonna love it! As always, If you have a question that you’d like us to discuss on a future episode, please click on the “Submit a Question” link at the top of the page! Let us know what you think and enjoy the show!

36mins

1 Sep 2017

Rank #18

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Equipment Standards, Father’s Day Kegerator, and New Kegs vs. Used Kegs – HHH EP. 32

Welcome friends to another fun-filled episode of the Homebrew Happy Hour! On today’s show, we answer your questions on homebrew and draft beer equipment standards, Father’s day kegerator configurations, and the age-old question of “New kegs vs old kegs”! It’s a ton of fun taking your questions and if you have a question that you’d like us to discuss on a future episode, please click on the “Submit a Question” link at the top of the page! Let us know what you think and enjoy the show!

33mins

16 May 2016

Rank #19

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An Interview with Real Ale Brewing Company’s Brewmaster, Erik Ogershok! — HHH Ep.017

It’s our favorite day of the week as another episode of the Homebrew Happy Hour is back in your life! This week, we drove down the road to beautiful Blanco, TX to tour the amazing Real Ale Brewing Company where we met up with their brewmaster, the infamous Erik Ogershok. Erik showed us around the campus and we had the pleasure of setting up our equipment in their new tap room to sit down and learn more about Real Ale and Erik. If you’d like to learn even more about Real Ale Brewing Company, check out their website (click here) or you can find them on social media too! (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram) If you have a question that you’d like us to discuss on a future episode, please click on the “Submit a Question” link at the top of the page! Let us know what you think and enjoy the show!

35mins

10 Jul 2015

Rank #20