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Partial mash brewing

A partial mash, also called a mini-mash, is a hybrid between kit or extract brewing, and full mash brewing. A can of concentrate or malt extract is used, and extra fermentable sugars are added by mashing grain to convert the starches to sugar. Hops are often added to supplement the hops in the can of concentrate. Of course, if unhopped extract is used then hops must be added.

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Fermentation

Getting the fermentation right is as important in making a good beer as using good ingredients and ensuring good sanitation. Fortunately, a little time and effort can ensure a good fermentation.

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Oliver and Geoff have about 40 years' combined brewing experience. Over that time we have brewed hundreds of beers in dozens of styles and put the caps on thousands of bottles.

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