Checking in with Garden Path Fermentation

Thirty miles south of Bellingham, Washington, where you find fresh air from the Salish Sea converging with alluvial soil and glacial water flowing from the rugged and volcanic North Cascades, a zymological wonder is in the works. It has taken more than a year, but Garden Path Fermentation has finally landed [...]

Checking in with Garden Path Fermentation2018-10-18T13:21:18-07:00

First-ever canned wort allows homebrewers to make no-boil, no-hassle yeast starters

I love to make beer, but I hate to make yeast starters. Call me lazy, but I think they require too much pre-planning, they’re a hassle and they’re time-consuming. The added steps that they demand also increase the likelihood of contamination. I realize, however, that yeast starters are critical for high-gravity beers, and they [...]

First-ever canned wort allows homebrewers to make no-boil, no-hassle yeast starters2018-10-18T13:27:37-07:00
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