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Managing Fermentation Temperatures Using The Temperature Control Kit And ETC Controller

This video describes how to manage fermentation temperatures using the Temperature Control Kit with the ETC brewing controller.  Feel free to leave us comments and suggestions below. Related video and blog post:   Perfect fermentation control with multiple fermenters at varying temperatures ETC controller features and benefits  Assembling the temperature control kit  

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The Importance Of Cleanliness In Your Homebrew System

As a homebrewer, you’re always testing and trying out new recipes and styles of beer. Some turn out great, and are a real hit with family and friends, while others suds are a total dud. In the everlasting quest to make the perfect beer, some homebrewers fail to keep their small batch brewing setup clean. This is one of the most overlooked parts of the homebrew experience, and proper cleaning of your homebrew system can sometimes make or break a beer.Bräu Supply wants every batch of beer you make to be the best one yet. That’s why we created the UniBräu small batch brewing system. Every step of the homebrew process occurs within the system, making clean up easy. Read...

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4 Beginner-Friendly Beers to Brew

If you love double IPAs or imperial stouts, you may be eager to try creating your favorite type of beer when you are jumping into the world of home brewing. However, when you are a beginner brewer, it is better to try a simpler style first. This will ensure that you do not get too discouraged, and that you do not waste your ingredients and efforts on a beer on your first try. You are bound to make a mistake or two during your first attempt, so it is best to go for a style of beer that is going to be more forgiving than the more complex recipes. Remember, just because a beer is simpler to make, doesn’t make...

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Perfect Fermentation Temperature Control With Multiple Fermenters At Varying Temperatures

How to economically manage multiple fermentation temperatures in the same room.   I’ve been asked many times in the past how to control the temperature of your all in one brewing system fermenter when the tap water exceeds the desired fermentation temperature.  I’ve seen lots of expensive equipment implemented, and I thought that there has to be a better way.  The most common are fermentation fridges, and brewers would either lug a carboy into a deep freezer set to a thermostat or buy a fermenter small enough to fit into a refrigerator.  Both of these methods work, but let’s be honest, they're a pain in the ass.  What if you want to ferment a lager and a porter at the...

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