I have a library full of games. At its height it contained almost 500 different ones, these days I brought it back to 293 games. This time it's time for another print and play game: Six sided Stout
When I visited Brussels last year it wasn't specifically for the beery things. The main beery thing of the trip was a Gueuze brewery, namely Cantillon.
As soon as I heard that I passed the level 1 exams I signed up for level 2. Level 2 consists of 12 (actually 13) detailed lessons about everything you can imagine beer related, but like every course in the end you have just scratched the surface.
Malt. Since you are reading this blog, you probably know something about beer and its present-day main ingredients: water, yeast, hops and malt, But what's malt?
So, this is my first piece about gluten. I haven't done any specific research yet, but I want to present you my working theory, based purely on deduction. I am no chemist, so maybe I'm talking absolute nonsense here, but that's why I want to do that research later on.
Additionally to the course we got a tour through the Trumer brewery in Obertrum am See by the always enthusiastic and wonderful Johanna.