The Brew is Out There!
We've been talking a lot about lower alcohol beers recently – part of a trend – but a real problem for these beers is fewer ingredients means fewer chances to inject flavor. Drew sits down with Phil Jensen and talks about using a by-product of the flour milling industry to boost beer flavor. They may be called “middlings”, but their impact is anything but. Sit back – it's time to taste some beer!
Middlings – https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wheat_middlings
Phil's Seminar Description – https://www.homebrewcon.org/session/#142?session-title=fair-to-middlings:-using-flour-milling-by-products-to-boost-grain-flavor-in-any-beer
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American Homebrewers Association
Atlantic Brew Supply (Discount Code: BrewFiles)
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