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    Fall Private Collection: Flannel Fest

    Fall Private Collection: Flannel Fest

    Fall brewing is avidly defined by fresh hop harvest, beer festivals, and the opportunity to start developing complex ales for aging. Our Flannel Fest release captures the passion this time of year for...
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    Brewing Session Beers

    Brewing Session Beers

    Session beers are a versatile category that can be brewed to a broad range of specifications, depending on what the brewer has in mind. The beer can be light or full bodied and range from 2 to 5% ABV....
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     Summer Private Collection: Session Season

     Summer Private Collection: Session Season

    They’re not too bitter, not too hoppy, not too malty. Our Summer Private Collection: Session Season strikes the perfect balance; Low ABVs but highly refreshing and full of flavor. Brew up a pale, r...
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    Beer in Bloom: Adding Fruit to your Favorite Beers

    Beer in Bloom: Adding Fruit to your Favorite Beers

    Homebrewers often fear that adding fruit will cause contamination and ruin what could have been a perfectly good batch of beer. A rational fear, but if you’ve done your research and follow a few...
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    1217-PC West Coast IPA | Northwest Fruited IPA

    1217-PC West Coast IPA | Northwest Fruited IPA

    Private Collection Recipe 2022 Q2 Longer Days   Between mastering propagation and QC analysis at Wyeast, Kevin Hart shares his own version of a Fruited IPA using 1217-PC West Coast IPA from the l...
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    WYEAST APPAREL & MERCHANDISE

    WYEAST APPAREL & MERCHANDISE

    The crossover from fermentation to fabric is happening at Wyeast. Today, we are excited to announce the launch of our own branded merchandise and apparel. For 30 years we’ve lead the craft beverage ...
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    HOMEBREWING TIPS

    HOMEBREWING TIPS

    Since 2016, homebrewing has seen a dramatic increase in popularity. According to the American Homebrewers Association there are more than a million homebrewers in the U.S., with 40% of them starting i...
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