Season 3, Episode 21

Ep. 21: Cellaring & Lagering

Wed, September 23rd 2020 | 00:40:04
Episode Summary

We're bringing Oktoberfest back to the 'States, and covering Vienna Lager in the Style Guideline. But's it's also Cellaring and Lagering on Beer 101 as we near the end of the series.. listen in as Harrison sheds some light on the Cellar, and Brite Tank, and even a little bit of Barrel Aging.

Episode Notes

What We’re Drinking:

Octoberfest Beer by Bell's Brewery

  • ABV: 5.5
  • IBU: N/A
  • Notes: Crafted as a flavorful session beer, Bell's Octoberfest Beer is perfect for a week-long wedding celebration in Germany or the start of the Michigan autumn. As with Bell's Lager Beer, Octoberfest spends a full six weeks maturing in the fermentation vessels. Unlike its cousin, Octoberfest trades in the assertive hop presence for a focus on a light caramel malt note, lending body without too much sweetness.
  • Links:
  • Bells Apple Kuchen Recipe
  • Bells Oktoberfest Homebrew Kit


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Beer 101 - Cellaring & Lagering

  • Getting ready to package
  • Brite tanks
  • Lager tanks
  • Barreling
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Next Episode:

  • We're celebrating Bearded Iris as they expand into North Carolina, and talking about the DDH! Harrison will attempt to explain the haze — and also give a run-down on the NEipa beer style.


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