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Used Product Ad posted 2 days ago in Hops by Connor Casey

Super pungent, high oil lot of 2023 Mosaic at our cost. Tons of fruit and resin. One of the best Mosaics we've ever had, just have too much. Have COA available upon request. Buyer pays shipping from Yakima. 1,320lbs available.

Used Product Ad posted 2 weeks ago in Hops by Chris Fish

Hello, Selling the following hand selected hops form BSG, 2023 Crop. T-90 Pellets in boxes of 4x 11#s Centennial- 2,376#s @ $10.70/# El Dorado- 1,320#s @ 10.45/# Chinook- 2,948#s @7.65# CTZ- 2,200#s @ 6.35/# These will ship from BSG in Wapato direct. Please contact me for specific lot details. Thanks Fish

Used Product Ad posted 6 months ago in Yeast by Craftmaster Stainless

Call Now 916-750-4677 or Check out the website  https://www.craftmasterstainless.com/products-1   CLICK THE LINK BELOW FOR SIZES AND PRODUCT VIDEOS..... 1/6 BBL, YEAST BRINK  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kU9aoDvZgy4 1/2 BBL, YEAST BRINK https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QarYmwSVWFE 1 BBL, YEAST BRINK https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G8Ak3P2Aw14&t=36s   Running a brewery means understanding the ins and outs of harvesting and re-pitching yeast for reuse in later batches. Trying to use new yeast every single time you brew isn’t just bad from a financial standpoint; it also means you won’t get a consistent product, and you waste a lot of perfectly good yeast. Propagating yeast and storing it properly for later use is crucial to breweries of all sizes. We’ll explore the difference between yeast brinks and yeast propagation to better understand how to use yeast effectively. WHAT DOES A YEAST BRINK DO? A yeast brink is a storage tank that brewers use to keep yeast safe before use in the next fermentation process....

Used Product Ad posted 10 months ago in Yeast by Lallemand Brewing

Consumer demand for non-alcohol beer and low-alcohol beer (NABLAB) is on the rise. Traditionally, NABLAB beverages were produced with expensive equipment or involved arrested fermentations, both of which resulted in flavor loss and deficiencies compared to full strength beer. LalBrew® LoNa™ is an ideal maltose-negative yeast strain that allows for easier production of NABLAB styles. This strain will produce very low levels of alcohol with reduced worty off-flavors and a clean aroma profile. Join Molly Browning and Eric Abbott, Technical Support Managers for Lallemand Brewing, to learn how to optimize your process to brew NABLAB effortlessly using LoNa™ and address food safety concerns for NABLAB styles. Register today!

Used Product Ad posted 10 months ago in Yeast by Lallemand Brewing

Are you curious about the art and science of crafting low-alcohol hybrid beers? Join us for an insightful feedback webinar where we'll dive into the world of NABLAB brewing with renowned brewers who were part of the trial for the innovative LoNa™ - Low Alcohol Hybrid Ale yeast. Our guests, Sam Green from Untitled Art and James Conery from Sierra Nevada, will take you on a journey through their firsthand experiences brewing with LoNa™. These industry experts understand the challenges and intricacies of creating NABLAB, and they're excited to share their insights with you. Leading the conversation is Andrew Paterson, Lallemand Brewing's Low Alcohol Toolkit champion and Sales Manager for UK and Scandinavia. Andrew will provide a brief introduction to LoNa™, setting the stage for an engaging and informative discussion with our expert brewers. Sign up today! Brewer's feedback: Brewing NABLAB with LalBrew LoNa™ - crowdcast

Used Product Ad posted 12 months ago in Yeast by Fermentis

The global beer market, both in volume and value, has seen great expansion for many years. This growth in demand has seen both a rise in the number of breweries and an expansion in beer style diversity. Among these styles, one of them is emerging significantly around the world: no and low-alcohol beers (NAB-LAB). A bigger market provides a larger consumer panel with different expectations and desires. Low-alcohol beers emerged to meet a need which only existed moderately in the past. Indeed, an entire segment of consumers has grown with an education around well-being, the “well-eating” and now the “well-drinking”. Modern beer drinkers pay special attention to the product’s caloric intake, have an increased knowledge about a product’s health benefits and the desire to consume locally if possible. While the third point is not always substantiated, low Alcohol answers the two first consumption trends: in a consumer mindset, less alcohol...

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