The Brülosophy Podcast
About This Show
Brülosophy was started in 2014 as a place to archive the experiments homebrewer Marshall Schott was occasionally performing. That eventually turned into weekly exBEERiments along with other brewing projects performed by a crew of dedicated brewers. The Brülosophy Podcast aims to make audible that which has formally only been available in print. Join us as we think beer!
Most Recent Episode
Episode 028 | Brewing With Extract
2 days ago
The most common way homebrewers get their start is by using extract, which comes in various forms. In this episode, contributor Malcolm Frazer joins Marshall to talk about this oft neglected ingredient including how both liquid and dry versions are produced, alternative uses for malt extract, and of course the results of some exBEERiments they've performed on the subject.
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| Relevant Articles |
Extract vs. All Grain - Pt. 1: Maris Otter: http://brulosophy.com/2014/07/21/extract-vs-all-grain-exbeeriment-results/
Extract vs. All Grain - Pt. 2: Comparing Recipe Kits: http://brulosophy.com/2016/01/04/extract-vs-all-grain-pt-2-comparing-recipe-kits-exbeeriment-results/
The Impact of Age on Liquid Malt Extract: http://brulosophy.com/2017/11/27/the-impact-of-age-on-liquid-malt-extract-exbeeriment-results/
Rated 4 out of
Improving Homebrew Podcast
The show is getting better. Bad episodes talk about the latest homebrew conference they're going to go to / went to but don't cover much interesting, for 15 minutes, then rehash what you've read on the website with too many numbers. They do go into depth about why they tested the variable, but if you're reading the (great) website and listening to the podcast, you most likely already know why. Great shows cover new content (maybe two so far at 13 shows in), especially a recent one on hop production. The worst episode was one an entire "commercial" episode where they talked with a sponsor at length - I absentmindedly listened for about 20 minutes on the development of wort chillers before I bailed. Looking forward to more Brew-and-A episodes and new content rather than rattling off experiment results and explaining the theory behind a variable. Definitely a lot of potential, but I'm not making it to the end of every episode yet.
Oh yeah, top notch production for a new "homebrewed" podcast. No fuzzy phone in's, and incorporating music for bumpers and to identify ads (except for wort chiller episodes).
Date published: 2017-09-17
Rated 5 out of
great show. I listen to it while working. Lots of great info in here for veteran and rookie brewers alike.
Date published: 2017-12-07
Rated 5 out of
Yes! The podcast I've been waiting for!
I can't wait to listen to the best brewing bloggers out there about all the cool xBEERiments!
Date published: 2017-02-21