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Taranaki’s regional Society of Beer Advocates (Soba) coordinator Warwick Foy said the brewery was one of the oldest and most influential craft brewers in the country.
Kettle 50LHas one phase power element 2500W. Bulk valve at the bottom nice and low. Weldless rubber gasket fittings. Insulated exterior (bottom and sides). Has lid. Cost $307 new. 4.6Kg - 420mm high…Continue
I am looking at an easy way to remove my kegerator co2 bottle and reg so I can use it for other purposes like pressure transfers from fermenters. I have found these which would be ideal, but dont…Continue
I got invited to a newly started cryptocurrency so thought I'd share the love:minepi.com/mattdownerAlso, I wonder how all this new blockchain and crypto stuff could be used in the beer and brewing…Continue
We are excited to announce that the Hawke’s Bay Amateur Winemakers and Brewers Club will be hosting an OPEN Competition for all amateur Brewers and Winemakers.Competition Date: 24th August…Continue
I'd like to start brewing commercially at home and I’d like to know if somebody went through the process of getting the licences and permits to do so.
I’m based in Auckland (North Shore) and I have a 80 litres electric brewing system.
I did some research and so far it seems that I need to:
- comply and register under Food National Programme 3
- get a customs-controlled area (CCA) licence
Do I need an…Continue
Hello fellow brewers,
Thought it a good idea to put it out to the wider brewing community, is there a production made off the shelf electric control panel [nz or aus made] available on the NZ market? I've done some searching and it doesn't look good, ie there is nothing out there.
following this line of questioning, if one was available though what would be a fair price to pay for it?
My system is as follows:
3 vessel [HLT, Mash Tun [infusion mash -…
Hi, I am a hop fiend and have just made a couple of beer using hops in a muslim sock for dry hopping and the result was unimpressionable. Question is can I make an essence i.e. hops into cool water to extract the aroma and flavour (not bitterness) and add the essence to the keg? If so what temperature I can use cooled boiled water and of course test it in the beer first so I don't ruin the keg? Anyone done this?
I'm looking to form a small dedicated group of Auckland Based All Grain Brewers whose primary purpose:
I was part of such a group back in the UK many moons ago and not only was it fun but we ended up scooping most of the prizes in the county shows - so the knowledge sharing must have worked but more importantly - we had great beer to…Continue