Converting a recipe from all-grain to extract and vice versa

Are you making the jump to all-grain brewing and you want to try some of your successful extract recipes? Or maybe you’re just starting out and the recipe you want to make is intended for all-grain. Either way, by taking the following approach, pretty much any recipe can be converted from all-grain to extract and back. The key to doing …

Types of Sparging – Which Is Better?

After the mash is over, the wort is at its sugary and stickiest. This means it will stick to the leftover grain and therefore you’ll lose some precious beer in the long run. This is reclaimed by sparging (or lautering as it is sometimes called), which is essentially rinsing the grain bed using hot water to extract the wort. There …