24 Jun EASY TIPS FOR BETTER BREWING
Do you sometimes wonder why a brew isn’t the same every time you make it even when you are sure you did everything just like you did it last time. Why not try keeping records as a way of ensuring you don’t do something different from batch to batch or if you want to tweak your brew a bit you’ll know what changes you made from one batch to the next. For just a little bit of work you might find a big difference in your outcome.
What to record:
• Name of Brew (you could use a different code for each batch and mark it on your bottles or your keg)
• Date of Brew
• Ingredients Used
• Brew Temperature (how you maintain this)
• Initial Gravity
• Final Gravity
• Brew Time
• Batch Notes (when you added hops etc, or anything else you did during the brew)
These are just a suggestion as you may have other things you would like to record, there is no doubt the keeping records and analysing the data will help improve your brewing outcomes. It’s what commercial brewers do!