Tips for Brewing Beer with Honey (Video Tip)

Honey is not only sticky but can be tough to work with if conditions aren't just right. This video tip helps you get a smooth pour into your beer.

Tim Gormley Jul 18, 2019 - 2 min read

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Honey is a wonderful ingredient that can add a lot to a beer recipe. But, it can also be difficult to use unless conditions are just right. In this video tip Tim Gormley of Burial Beer talks about how his brewery uses honey and gets it ready for a batch of beer.

About this course

Burial Beer Cofounder + Brewer Tim Gormley shares lessons learned from more than 10 years of commercial brewing experience, covering everything from getting to know your ingredients to achieving balance with them. This course includes 97 minutes of video.

At Burial, where there are no flagship beers, the beer selection is always evolving. On the menu could be anything from the peppery Blade & Sheath, with notes of apricot and melon, to the dry-hopped Magpie on the Gallows that fermented on cranberry puree, orange peel, cloves, and juniper berries. In this video course, Burial Beer Co. Cofounder + Brewer Tim Gormley shares all he has learned throughout his 10+ years of experimentation. The course covers:

  • When to add your adjuncts (including herbs, spices, sugar, and more)
  • Achieving balance with your beer
  • Getting to know new adjuncts (and seasonal variations)
  • Different ways to infuse adjuncts
  • Simple + complex sugars
  • Working with coffee
  • The impact of ABV adjuncts
  • Tools for adding adjuncts

And much more.