By Michael Tonsmeire
The most intriguing and dynamic segments of today’s craft brewing scene , American-brewed bitter beers are designed deliberately to be tart and will be inoculated with souring micro organism, fermented with wild yeast or fruit, elderly in barrels or combined with more youthful beer. Craft brewers and homebrewers have tailored conventional ecu options to create many of the world’s such a lot precise and experimental types. This e-book info the good selection of procedures and components in American bitter beer creation, with actionable suggestion for every degree of the method. idea, schooling and useful purposes for brewers of all degrees are supplied by means of many of the country’s most sensible recognized bitter beer brewers.
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Com/1995-a-great-year-for-good-beer. 10. com/the-competition/winners/past-winners. 11. S. shtml. 12. McGee, On Food and Cooking. 13. , Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry 54(18):6465. 14. Peter Bouckaert and Eric Salazar. “New Belgium Brewing” audio podcast. October 19, 2006. 15. Peter Bouckaert. “Brewery Rodenbach: Brewing Sour Ales,”April 1996. 2 GETTING STARTED Before we venture into the step-by-step details of sour beer production, from mashing to packaging, I want to provide an array of general tips and suggestions.
Since then the bar has been raised, as breweries such as Russian River Brewing Company, Jolly Pumpkin Artisan Ales, and the Lost Abbey, not forgetting New Belgium as well, have released sour beers that strike off in directions all their own: aged in fresh wine and spirit barrels; flavored with dry hops, local fruits, and spices; and brewed with more assertive malt bills. 10 Today it can sometimes appear as though every American craft brewer has released a sour beer, but the required investment in time and space means that few of these brewers devote a large portion of their production to them.
Since then I have continuously experimented, fermenting batches of beer with microbes other than brewer’s yeast and writing about my experiences on my blog, The Mad Fermentationist. Why would I write this book when there are already a number of other great books that delve into sour beers? These include, among others, Sparrow’s Wild Brews, Jean Guinard’s Lambic, Classic Beer Style Series 3 (Brewers Publications, 1998), Randy Mosher’s Radical Brewing (Brewers Publications, 2004), and Stan Hieronymus’ Brew Like a Monk (Brewers Publications, 2005) and Brewing with Wheat (Brewers Publications, 2010).
American Sour Beer: Innovative Techniques for Mixed Fermentations by Michael Tonsmeire