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The Brewing Network Presents | Dr. Homebrew

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Dr. Homebrew breaks down your home brewed beer and gives you the feedback you're looking for to improve your brewing! Join JP, along with his co-hosts, BJCP Master Judges Brian Cooper and Brian Schar, as they dissect listener-submitted homebrew and provide tips and tricks to improve your brewing! Have questions or want your beer evaluated on Dr. Homebrew? Email us at drhomebrew@thebrewingnetwork.com

Latest Episodes

Two clone beers from Bell's - Two Hearted and Bell's Official

We continue our coverage of Bell's clones with ... two more! Today we jump into another homebrewed batch of Bell's Two Hearted IPA, and then something new - Bell's Official. It's a hazy beer, something that was flowing pretty freely at HomebrewCon, apparently. Will either beer be cloned? How do they stack up as examples of their styes? Find out! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

59 MIN2 w ago
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Two clone beers from Bell's - Two Hearted and Bell's Official

Homebrewed versions of Vienna Lager and Belgian Dark Strong Ale

On today's show, we line up not only two homebrews, but a guest judge as well! Warren sits in for Brian Schar today, and he doesn't do too bad. After Jason tells a boring story about worms, we dive into the homebrews - a Vienna Lager and a Belgian Dark Strong ale. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

55 MIN3 w ago
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Homebrewed versions of Vienna Lager and Belgian Dark Strong Ale

We judge a Kentucky Common and a Bell's Two Hearted Clone

Keeping with the theme of random beer styles, we judge a Kentucky Common on the show today - pretty cool! Then keeping with yet another theme, we judge a homebrewed version of Bell's famous Two Hearted Ale. The best part is we had a commercial version next to it in order to truly get a proper comparison. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

57 MINSEP 24
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We judge a Kentucky Common and a Bell's Two Hearted Clone

Homebrewed versions of English Barleywine and American Pale Ale

Normally when we hear "Barleywine" we think of big, chewy beers with a large hop charge and an even larger alcohol presence. However, the English version of the Barleywine is not that at all, and one that we don't see all too often, but are pleased to judge today, Then, an American Pale Ale makes an appearance on the judging table. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

51 MINSEP 24
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Homebrewed versions of English Barleywine and American Pale Ale

A homebrewed version of a Dark Mild and a Saison Dupont

We had traveling Mike on the show to discuss his Dark Mild homebrew that he sent in. Of course Jason was very excited for this one. Then it was Commercial Calibration time! Brian Cooper really wanted to run through a Saison, and there are no better commercial examples of that style than Saison Dupont. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

54 MINAUG 28
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A homebrewed version of a Dark Mild and a Saison Dupont

We Judge an Irish Extra Stout and a Cream Ale

Even though the style of "Irish Extra Stout" doesn't ring any bells, we had one to judge tonight. More Sheaf Stout than Guinness, it's an interesting style that we don't see much of. We also had another Cream Ale lined up for us, something we always welcome! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

63 MINAUG 22
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We Judge an Irish Extra Stout and a Cream Ale

Episode #150: Live From HomebrewCon 2019

In this episode of Dr. Homebrew, we are joined by George Bailey if Sensafe, makers of the iDip Water Testing Kit for brewers. George tells us about their latest test kit, the eXact iDip Professional Test Kit, which has en entire suite of capabilities that were previously not available to homebrewers or small scale professional brewers. Now you can test more than 40 water parameters and send all the information directly to your smart phone! Later in the show we are joined by three different homebrewers who share their creations with the doctors. Chris Nash brings in his IPA, Eric Meyer shared his American Pale Ale with ginger, and Steve Hiller presents a Twitbier (a.k.a. English Hefeweizen). All of their beers are part of a fantasy draft project (with beer instead of sports) created by the Miami Area Society of Homebrewers. Tune in and learn all about the creative and fun ways their club created a unique competition for their members. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone...

53 MINJUL 31
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Episode #150: Live From HomebrewCon 2019

Episode #149: Live From HomebrewCon 2019

In this special episode of Dr. Homebrew, we record live from HomebrewCon in Providence, RI, and are joined by the legendary John Mallett from Bell's Brewery. John talks to us about the world famous Two Hearted Ale, and helps to announce a new collaboration project between Bell's General Store and Dr. Homebrew, where we enlist fans of the show to brew Bell's clone kits and have them evaluated on the shows. We are also joined by Jeff, from the Mad Zymurgists Homebrew Club, who shared with us his spruce tips Porter. Tune in and find out how the doctor's rated his experimental beer! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

60 MINJUL 31
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Episode #149: Live From HomebrewCon 2019

An American Pale Ale and a Kolsch are judged today

On today's Dr. Homebrew, we are sent in two beers we love very much: American Pale Ale and Kolsch. Well, the Pale Ale is more along the lines of a session IPA, but we forgave Andy for that transgression, and this beer is currently in the second round of the National Homebrew Competition for 2019, so listen up and cheer Andy on this year! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

50 MINJUN 20
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An American Pale Ale and a Kolsch are judged today

Two cloned beers are up - the famous Bell's Two Hearted, and Leffe Blonde

It's been awhile since we've had a commercial beer to taste alongside it's clone, but that's exactly what we have here today with an attempt at Bell's Two Hearted IPA. Homebrewer Branden was kind enough to send us a few cans of this elusive beer (at least on the West Coast) for us to judge right next to his clone attempt. Then we had a Leffe Blonde clone from Jason. How did they do? Find out! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

65 MINJUN 20
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Two cloned beers are up - the famous Bell's Two Hearted, and Leffe Blonde

Latest Episodes

Two clone beers from Bell's - Two Hearted and Bell's Official

We continue our coverage of Bell's clones with ... two more! Today we jump into another homebrewed batch of Bell's Two Hearted IPA, and then something new - Bell's Official. It's a hazy beer, something that was flowing pretty freely at HomebrewCon, apparently. Will either beer be cloned? How do they stack up as examples of their styes? Find out! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

59 MIN2 w ago
Comments
Two clone beers from Bell's - Two Hearted and Bell's Official

Homebrewed versions of Vienna Lager and Belgian Dark Strong Ale

On today's show, we line up not only two homebrews, but a guest judge as well! Warren sits in for Brian Schar today, and he doesn't do too bad. After Jason tells a boring story about worms, we dive into the homebrews - a Vienna Lager and a Belgian Dark Strong ale. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

55 MIN3 w ago
Comments
Homebrewed versions of Vienna Lager and Belgian Dark Strong Ale

We judge a Kentucky Common and a Bell's Two Hearted Clone

Keeping with the theme of random beer styles, we judge a Kentucky Common on the show today - pretty cool! Then keeping with yet another theme, we judge a homebrewed version of Bell's famous Two Hearted Ale. The best part is we had a commercial version next to it in order to truly get a proper comparison. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

57 MINSEP 24
Comments
We judge a Kentucky Common and a Bell's Two Hearted Clone

Homebrewed versions of English Barleywine and American Pale Ale

Normally when we hear "Barleywine" we think of big, chewy beers with a large hop charge and an even larger alcohol presence. However, the English version of the Barleywine is not that at all, and one that we don't see all too often, but are pleased to judge today, Then, an American Pale Ale makes an appearance on the judging table. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

51 MINSEP 24
Comments
Homebrewed versions of English Barleywine and American Pale Ale

A homebrewed version of a Dark Mild and a Saison Dupont

We had traveling Mike on the show to discuss his Dark Mild homebrew that he sent in. Of course Jason was very excited for this one. Then it was Commercial Calibration time! Brian Cooper really wanted to run through a Saison, and there are no better commercial examples of that style than Saison Dupont. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

54 MINAUG 28
Comments
A homebrewed version of a Dark Mild and a Saison Dupont

We Judge an Irish Extra Stout and a Cream Ale

Even though the style of "Irish Extra Stout" doesn't ring any bells, we had one to judge tonight. More Sheaf Stout than Guinness, it's an interesting style that we don't see much of. We also had another Cream Ale lined up for us, something we always welcome! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

63 MINAUG 22
Comments
We Judge an Irish Extra Stout and a Cream Ale

Episode #150: Live From HomebrewCon 2019

In this episode of Dr. Homebrew, we are joined by George Bailey if Sensafe, makers of the iDip Water Testing Kit for brewers. George tells us about their latest test kit, the eXact iDip Professional Test Kit, which has en entire suite of capabilities that were previously not available to homebrewers or small scale professional brewers. Now you can test more than 40 water parameters and send all the information directly to your smart phone! Later in the show we are joined by three different homebrewers who share their creations with the doctors. Chris Nash brings in his IPA, Eric Meyer shared his American Pale Ale with ginger, and Steve Hiller presents a Twitbier (a.k.a. English Hefeweizen). All of their beers are part of a fantasy draft project (with beer instead of sports) created by the Miami Area Society of Homebrewers. Tune in and learn all about the creative and fun ways their club created a unique competition for their members. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone...

53 MINJUL 31
Comments
Episode #150: Live From HomebrewCon 2019

Episode #149: Live From HomebrewCon 2019

In this special episode of Dr. Homebrew, we record live from HomebrewCon in Providence, RI, and are joined by the legendary John Mallett from Bell's Brewery. John talks to us about the world famous Two Hearted Ale, and helps to announce a new collaboration project between Bell's General Store and Dr. Homebrew, where we enlist fans of the show to brew Bell's clone kits and have them evaluated on the shows. We are also joined by Jeff, from the Mad Zymurgists Homebrew Club, who shared with us his spruce tips Porter. Tune in and find out how the doctor's rated his experimental beer! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

60 MINJUL 31
Comments
Episode #149: Live From HomebrewCon 2019

An American Pale Ale and a Kolsch are judged today

On today's Dr. Homebrew, we are sent in two beers we love very much: American Pale Ale and Kolsch. Well, the Pale Ale is more along the lines of a session IPA, but we forgave Andy for that transgression, and this beer is currently in the second round of the National Homebrew Competition for 2019, so listen up and cheer Andy on this year! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

50 MINJUN 20
Comments
An American Pale Ale and a Kolsch are judged today

Two cloned beers are up - the famous Bell's Two Hearted, and Leffe Blonde

It's been awhile since we've had a commercial beer to taste alongside it's clone, but that's exactly what we have here today with an attempt at Bell's Two Hearted IPA. Homebrewer Branden was kind enough to send us a few cans of this elusive beer (at least on the West Coast) for us to judge right next to his clone attempt. Then we had a Leffe Blonde clone from Jason. How did they do? Find out! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

65 MINJUN 20
Comments
Two cloned beers are up - the famous Bell's Two Hearted, and Leffe Blonde
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