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Brewing TV - Episode 62: Maibock for May Day

Brewing TV is celebrating May Day with homebrew. BTV associate Joe Giambruno drops some knowledge and history as he goes old-school on a double-decocted maibock. Joe and Chip then join homeboy Andrew Bartelson for tasting notes at his annual May Day Parade party. Brewing for an event – just another way to Brew, Share & Enjoy! [Original postdate: May 18, 2012]

Related links:
Northern Brewer Maibock Beer Kits – extract / all-grain
BTV Book Club: Classic Beer Styles Series – Bock
Northern Brewer Brewing Calendar
Want more BTV decoction goodness? Watch Brewing TV – Episode 34: Decoction Day
BTV Forum
Contact Brewing TV – ‪brewingtv@northernbrewer.com

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Nice BTV debut Joey G! The Maibock looked tasty.

May 18, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterZac Carpenter

I love the wort chiller trick in the mash tun. Why did I never think of that? One of the best homebrewing tips I have heard in awhile. Thanks!

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