Earthbound Beer's Stuart Keating shares advice on layering cedar branches in the mash tun and how it can boost the character of hop-forward beers.
Brewing recipes often do not scale up or down in a linear fashion—especially when spices are involved. Stuart Keating of Earthbound Beer explains the pitfalls.
Ginger aroma is notoriously unstable in beer, tending to diminish with time. Stuart Keating, cofounder of Earthbound Beer in St. Louis, Missouri, shares a trick on preserving that ginger impression by adding bird's eye chilies.
Pick them in the spring (watch for ticks), steep them to make a big tea, then use that as your mash water... Here, Stuart Keating, cofounder of Earthbound Beer in St. Louis, Missouri, describes a method of brewing with oak leaves.
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Stuart Keating, cofounder and head brewer of Earthbound Beer in St. Louis, Missouri, shares what he's learned from years of getting evocative (often beery) flavors out of a range of unusual (often un-beery) ingredients.
Courtesy of Stuart Keating, founder of Earthbound Brewing in St. Louis, Missouri, here is a homebrew recipe for a crisp, sessionable blonde ale in which cardamom, black pepper, and black tea mimic the floral, spicy notes of British hops.