Tip of the Week: Acidic Content in Mixed Fermentation Beers | Craft Beer & Brewing Magazine

Tip of the Week: Acidic Content in Mixed Fermentation Beers

In this Craft Beer & Brewing Tip of the Week brewer Kyle Carbaugh discusses specific strains and ways to manage acid production in your mixed fermentation beers.

When you're ready to ferment your mixed cultured beer there's several things you can do to manipulate acid production. Get some professional insight on the topic with this Craft Beer & Brewing Tip of the Week.

Wiley Roots Cofounder/Head Brewer Kyle Carbaugh takes you step-by-step through brewing a mixed culture brettanomyces beer. From the foundation of recipe development to sampling your beer, Kyles discusses the considerations in selecting your grain bill, hops, yeast, bacteria, fermentation duration and temperature, adjuncting, and a lot more. Wiley Roots won a gold medal at the 2017 Great American Beer Festival in the Mixed-Culture Brett Beer category for Galaxy Dry Hopped Funk Yo Couch.

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