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Dr. Homebrew breaks down your home brewed beer and gives you the feedback you're looking for to improve your brewing! Join JP, along with his co-hosts, BJCP Master Judges Brian Cooper and Brian Schar, as they dissect listener-submitted homebrew and provide tips and tricks to improve your brewing! Have questions or want your beer evaluated on Dr. Homebrew? Email us at drhomebrew@thebrewingnetwork.com
 
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Kvass is a beer traditionally made from leftover bread. John is a guy who works at the American Homebrewers Association. Put the two on the same show and you have an information-packed recipe for success! We learned a lot about Kvass, and about how the NHC/HomebrewCon will be operating this year. Good stuff! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit …
 
We've been saying that Black IPA is making a come back, and here we have a boosted version on the show! A Double Black Rye IPA, which was a take off of Wookie Jack by Firestone-Walker, gets the DRHB treatment, and we chat with another homebrewer who's helping folks prep better for the BJCP exam. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/…
 
We love rebrews here on Dr. Homebrew, and previous guest Colin gave us a great opportunity to provide feedback on his latest version of a Baltic Porter. Plus, we go over the new styles recently announced by the Brewers Association, and skim the surface of all that new beery goodness. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices…
 
It's an Aussie takeover show! Our guest homebrewer Justin sent us his version of an Australian Sparkling Ale - and him being from Australia, he should know a thing or two about it. He also sent along a less-than-fresh version of Coopers Pale Ale, which falls under the Australian Sparkling Ale category ... it's all pretty confusing. Look, we drink t…
 
On this day in the year 2021, we never would have imagined a show lineup like this. The boys are judging a Pale Ale - non-hazy, non-new school hopped - and a Black IPA. We had to check our calendars for this one, just to make sure we didn't spend too long in the hot tub last night. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices…
 
When we talk about making cider at home, we usually think of walking through an apple orchard, gently hand-selecting each apple and placing it softly into a wicker basket. That is definitely one way to do it. Or, you can go to the store and buy juice, dump yeast in it, and there you go. Does that actually make good cider? Well we have an example of…
 
It's time for more homebrew judging! Today we have a Doppelbock to dig into, and then we return to our Commercial Calibration Station - this time it's the classic Anchor Christmas. Anchor makes great beer, and since this seasonal favorite was in all of our fridges, we thought we'd see how it stacks up in it's category. Learn more about your ad choi…
 
Homebrew and a commercial calibration - two great ways to drink beer and pass it off as "research"! Today on the show, we judge an Amber Ale sent in by Nate, whom you might remember from our previous show. Ambers are good, they are just hard to get right. Then we move on to our recurring Commercial Calibration series, this time with the classic Bou…
 
Dark beer styles such as Porters, really lend themselves well to many different adjuncts. Spices, lactose, and especially coffee. Today, Patrick sends us some of his coffee porter to breakdown, and we go through his coffee addition process. Then we jump over to Nate who sent us some of his Blueberry Cream Ale - another great style for adding fruits…
 
We welcome homebrewer Colin to Dr. Homebrew! Colin was on show #179, so it's been a hot minute. In podcast terms, anyway. Colin shipped us out his Czech Dark Lager, which is always a treat to see, and then we tackled an American Strong Ale, to boot! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices…
 
Today on Dr. Homebrew, we break down one of the more pure styles out there - English Bitter. Everything has to be in balance, with malt leading the charge. Not an easy thing to get right with modern beer palates the way they are. Afterwards, we move on to a Smoked Baltic Porter - another sub-style that is hard to perfect. Learn more about your ad c…
 
Blonde Ale is not typically the go-to style for adjuncts. Fruit additions aside, it's mostly a malt-driven beer. Well, Mark comes back on from the last show and proves us wrong, sending a Blonde Ale brewed with mescal honey, peaches, and orange habaneros. Then we try is NEIPA, which isn't AS exciting, but what is? Learn more about your ad choices. …
 
We love getting unusual styles here on Dr. Homebrew. Today is no different! We stumble upon an Italian Pilsner, which we've possibly never had before - exciting! We also were sent a Festbier, another style we rarely see. It was a good day for homebrew judging, for sure! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices…
 
Belgian Dark Strong beers have a very complex flavor, with not a very complex grain bill. Which is why they tend to be a hard style to get right for us homebrewers. Today we tackle this Belgian beast, and then wash it down with maybe it's polar opposite ... American Blonde Ale. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices…
 
Belgian-style beers are always hard to replicate. Every facet of your process has to be correct - from fermentation temps to your grain bill. While that's true of most every style of beer, for some reason Belgian beers seem to be extra needy in order to get that right mix. We judge a Belgian Triple on this show, and we get into some common off-flav…
 
With the cancelation of HomebrewCon this year, hundreds of homebrewers had beers stranded at their first round collection points across the country. Our friends at Club Doze decided to do what they volunteered to do - judge away! We chat with two Dozers, Pavel and Robbie, and learn a bit about how they managed to judge all the beers in their locati…
 
We are making magic on Dr. Homebrew today, folks. Somehow, we manage to turn a Kolsch into something called a "British Golden Ale", which is a style that nobody on the show tonight has had before. But it sounds good, and that's all that matters. We also cover a Cranberry Catharina Sour, which is a style we have pretty much only had on this show. So…
 
International Pale Lager sounds made-up. Apparently Heineken is in this category, as well as Red Stripe. So maybe it's more of a catch-all, but it holds some solid beers. Much like this homebrewed version we drink today. After, Brian Schar gives us some good tips on how to study for that BCJP exam from the safety of your home. Learn more about your…
 
We're happy to convene the Council of Brian's today, as Brian Mills returns to talk about his homebrewed Munich Helles. Then after the break, Travis Hammond joins us to talk about how to safely prepare and take the BJCP exam during this pandemic. Travis is our former area rep for the BJCP, so we get some great insight into how things are adjusting …
 
The Council of Brians returns! Homebrewer Brian joins Brian and Brian (and JP) to get feedback on his Schwarzbier, and then we talk with Mark about his Saison. Both beers were good, and if you are looking for a nice homebrew recipe for either style, this is a good show to start with. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices…
 
Once again, we wade into the homebrew ocean to pull two beers out and judge them. On today's show, we have a Marzen and a Barleywine. Well, it's not just any barleywine - it's a whiskey barrel-aged barleywine! We talk to these two homebrewers, get their recipes, and talk a little technique. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adcho…
 
Today on the show, we rip through a Scottish Wee Heavy and a Catharina Sour. Wee Heavies are great, and we love to see them come through. They can be complex or simple (or both?), and are usually great. Catharina Sours are still sort of being dialed in, as they are pretty new, but we love to seem them as well. Learn more about your ad choices. Visi…
 
The boys from Dr. Homebrew are back, and an appropriate distance apart as we judge two homebrewed beers tonight! First up is a Belgian Blonde Ale, and then a Kolsch. Both are hard beers to master, so we were very excited to jump into these. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices…
 
Since we have two master-level BJCP judges on staff, we thought it would be a great time to review those score sheets we keep filling out. They are equal parts clear and confusing, and there is definitely a correct way to go through them. Mainly, with as much information as possible. But what KIND of information? Well, we talk about that and more, …
 
When it rains, it pours, folks. Not only do we have one Vienna Lager on today's show, but we have TWO! Normally having the same style on both segments of the show is annoying, but for a great style like Vienna Lager, we were able to set aside our usual expectations and take a deep dive into one of our favorite beer styles. Learn more about your ad …
 
Talk about two styles not many people brew any longer ... Amber Ale and Pumpkin Spice beer. Both are good when done well, and both have varying levels of complexities. Today on the show, we break down each beer and try to help the brewers better perfect their respective styles. Good stuff! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoi…
 
Baltic Porter is a great style that is also hard to master. On today's show, the boys get sent a homebrew example of this fine style, which is always fun. We also get to run through another style that is equally hard to manage but good at the same time - Altbier! If you want to learn something about these two styles, this is the show for you. Learn…
 
American Stout? Sure, that's a thing. Coffee Milkshake IPA? That we weren't so sure about. Dan sent us that one, and we definitely had some things to say about it, and most weren't bad, if you can believe that. It is very much a style that has potential. If you can believe that. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices…
 
Our very own Brian Cooper is subjected to the Dr. Homebrew treatment today, as we judge his Grapefruit Blonde Ale. We also tackle a commercial calibration beer from Guinness - a Milk Stout. This was brewed at their Baltimore brewery, and was a nice surprise to find on the shelf out here. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoice…
 
In the long history of beer styles we've never had on the show, Rye Brown Ale has to be at the top of that list. Today on Dr. Homebrew, we tackle this odd style with a very nice homebrewed version, We also review an American IPA, because it wouldn't be a beer show without one. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices…
 
It's another fancy show, as we crack open a homebrew that was canned ... at home! Very exciting stuff. We also declare it's time for another Commercial Calibration segment, as Brian grabs a Weihenstephaner Festbier from the fridge. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices저자 The Brewing Network
 
Kolsch is probably the greatest beer style there is, and you can't tell us otherwise because we said "probably". Today on the show, we judge a homebrewed Kolsch that was packaged using one of those fancy seamers designed for homebrewers, so that was cool. Then we break down a Catharina Sour beer, a style we don't get enough of. Learn more about you…
 
We continue our coverage of Bell's clones with ... two more! Today we jump into another homebrewed batch of Bell's Two Hearted IPA, and then something new - Bell's Official. It's a hazy beer, something that was flowing pretty freely at HomebrewCon, apparently. Will either beer be cloned? How do they stack up as examples of their styes? Find out! Le…
 
On today's show, we line up not only two homebrews, but a guest judge as well! Warren sits in for Brian Schar today, and he doesn't do too bad. After Jason tells a boring story about worms, we dive into the homebrews - a Vienna Lager and a Belgian Dark Strong ale. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices…
 
Keeping with the theme of random beer styles, we judge a Kentucky Common on the show today - pretty cool! Then keeping with yet another theme, we judge a homebrewed version of Bell's famous Two Hearted Ale. The best part is we had a commercial version next to it in order to truly get a proper comparison. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit mega…
 
Normally when we hear "Barleywine" we think of big, chewy beers with a large hop charge and an even larger alcohol presence. However, the English version of the Barleywine is not that at all, and one that we don't see all too often, but are pleased to judge today, Then, an American Pale Ale makes an appearance on the judging table. Learn more about…
 
We had traveling Mike on the show to discuss his Dark Mild homebrew that he sent in. Of course Jason was very excited for this one. Then it was Commercial Calibration time! Brian Cooper really wanted to run through a Saison, and there are no better commercial examples of that style than Saison Dupont. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megapho…
 
Even though the style of "Irish Extra Stout" doesn't ring any bells, we had one to judge tonight. More Sheaf Stout than Guinness, it's an interesting style that we don't see much of. We also had another Cream Ale lined up for us, something we always welcome! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices…
 
In this episode of Dr. Homebrew, we are joined by George Bailey if Sensafe, makers of the iDip Water Testing Kit for brewers. George tells us about their latest test kit, the eXact iDip Professional Test Kit, which has en entire suite of capabilities that were previously not available to homebrewers or small scale professional brewers. Now you can …
 
In this special episode of Dr. Homebrew, we record live from HomebrewCon in Providence, RI, and are joined by the legendary John Mallett from Bell's Brewery. John talks to us about the world famous Two Hearted Ale, and helps to announce a new collaboration project between Bell's General Store and Dr. Homebrew, where we enlist fans of the show to br…
 
On today's Dr. Homebrew, we are sent in two beers we love very much: American Pale Ale and Kolsch. Well, the Pale Ale is more along the lines of a session IPA, but we forgave Andy for that transgression, and this beer is currently in the second round of the National Homebrew Competition for 2019, so listen up and cheer Andy on this year! Learn more…
 
It's been awhile since we've had a commercial beer to taste alongside it's clone, but that's exactly what we have here today with an attempt at Bell's Two Hearted IPA. Homebrewer Branden was kind enough to send us a few cans of this elusive beer (at least on the West Coast) for us to judge right next to his clone attempt. Then we had a Leffe Blonde…
 
Despite the commercial label in the photo, there's a homebrew in that reused Moose Drool bottle - we swear! On today's show, we had a California Common sent to us, and a Doppelbock that was in-studio. See how these beers did, and how they can improve, on Dr. Homebrew! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices…
 
Tonight on Dr. Homebrew, we have a clone of the world-famous Pivo Pils from Firestone-Walker, and a classic American Pale Ale. Branden, who sent in the Pivo clone, was kind enough to send us two versions, actually - one was dry hopped and one was standard, so we had a good time comparing the two. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm…
 
It's commercial calibration time again! Today on the show we have not one, but TWO different versions of Guinness Stout! That's right, one is the draught version in the can, and the other is from the bottle, sans widget. But first, we have a Cream Ale from Scott. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices…
 
Ginger Hibiscus Saison and a Bourbon Maple Porter are on the table tonight, and we're fairly certain they are both truly unique beers to Dr. Homebrew! However, to do that we'd have to keep track of our past submissions and we have too much golf to play. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices…
 
Every day you learn something new. Today, Jason learned there is no "T" in "Schwarzbier", and he's been saying it all wrong this entire time. But we are fairly certain that Chris (who brewed the thing) knew that! We also had Josh on with his Chocolate Rum Milk Stout, which was a very excellent beer. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone…
 
Talk about polar opposite beers ... an American Pale Ale and a Christmas Cookie Stout With Coconut. Not typically two beers you'd find on the judging table together, but we are pros, so we carry on! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices저자 The Brewing Network
 
A French Saison and an English Brown Ale with Chai Spiced - two things we rarely get. Chris's French Saison was hit with a treatment of Clarity-Ferm after fermentation to remove most of the gluten - something we hadn't seen before with such a wheat-based recipe. Avery's English Brown Ale made with Chai Tea spices hit us next, and tasted more like a…
 
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