Now that I’ve been brewing (and tweaking) my new brewery for about half of year, it’s due time for me to share an update!
When I started homebrewing in 2010, I was hugely motivated by costs. I loved beer, and I was a broke university student. While not much has changed in regards to my situation (still a broke student as I decided to take on a couple graduate degrees), my attitude towards brewing has progressed.
Doug Edey, the creator of Strangebrew Elsinore has been busy overhauling his popular opensource brewery control software. This update, his largest yet, is a complete redesign of the control interface using Bootstrap 4.
One of the benefits of fermenting in a conical fermentor is the ease of yeast harvesting. I’m just starting to get into this. Up until now, I’ve used a different yeast strain for nearly every beer…
Beersmith is probably the most popular software for homebrewers. Personally, I’ve been using Beersmith for around 5 years now, and in that time I’ve often found the need to do things outside of the program.
I finally came into some more kegs for serving my beer (woohoo!). I noted in my previous clean in place themed post, that while my keg cleaning method seemed to work well, it wasn’t very efficient when just doing one or two kegs. I had six to clean on the weekend.