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Come and Brew It Radio

Come and Brew It Radio is an audio podcast series brought to you by Stubby's Texas Brewing Inc. featuring a regular rotation of TBI staff, industry friends, and expert guests meant to bring you great brewing information. This podcast along with our Come and Brew It video series are intended to make you better brewers! Be sure to check us out at Txbrewing.com for more information and our other series of educational resource videos, along with a great selection of products. - See more at: http://www.txbrewing.com/storeblog/come-and-brew-it-radio-episode-3-competition-talk-pt-1/#sthash.I8BPwKqr.dpuf
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Oct 1, 2015

In this episode, we discuss the mash and different approaches you can take to brew a better beer. There’s definitely more to mashing your grains than simply throwing them in hot water and waiting. Numerous variables lead to many different results and you need to think about how to combine those variables for the best results. For example, different temperatures can change the profile of your fermentables. The water profile can drastically change the flavors and pH of the wort. The crush of your grains affects the extraction. The thickness of the mash can affect your end product. And the time you allow your mash to remain at temp can make a difference on your conversion efficiency. In fact, to prove that final point we’ve invited everyone’s favorite grumpy old man from the TBI staff, Johnnie “Red” Latham, to help us discuss the mash and give us a few details about his overnight mash method that’s helped him win a few awards.

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