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    2020, May

    Weyermann® Recipes for Heirloom, Terroir, & Traditional Malts
    Weyermann® Recipes for Heirloom, Terroir, & Traditional Malts

    Axel Jany from Weyermann® Specialty Malts joined us for a webinar entitled "Base Malts With A Story" (watch it here). Here are the recipes referenced in that episode, featuring heirloom, terroir, and traditional malts from Weyermann®.

    Meet HVG, Your German Hopportunity
    Meet HVG, Your German Hopportunity

    Fact; 80% of German hop production gets exported all over the world. That level of hop coordination, quality management, and commitment requires intense dedication and reliability  to German hops. This is easily found in one such cooperative in Germany.

    The Case for Public Varieties: Comet
    The Case for Public Varieties: Comet

    We thought it would be worthwhile to revisit some public hop varieties, their history, and perhaps suggest why they are surviving in the current culture. In this series, we will take a look at a few public cultivars and try to answer these questions.

    Finishing Touch: Botanicals in Gins and Spirits
    Finishing Touch: Botanicals in Gins and Spirits

    The essence of spirits’ flavor can lie in the use of botanicals. In gin, the use of juniper is essential, but other aromatic and flavorful botanicals can be included. For rums, botanicals add flavor that exist on their own or spice-up Spiced Rum. Adding them to vodka can bring a unique twist to the aroma. Even bitters can add in further ingredients to create complex and creative flavor concentrates. In any capacity, botanicals provide unique character and fascinating aromas to gins and spirits.