Adding Flavor to Your Beer Brewing Equipment
Adding flavor to your containers for beer brewing equipment is a terrific means to alter the taste of your craft beer brewery company and make it into something different. While the brewery’s process might seem intimidating, it is straightforward!
When adding flavor to your containers, there are a few things you ought to know. When it comes to seasoning, you can add almost anything you desire. The best things to add to your container are honey or syrup, vanilla coffee, extract or coffee shots, scotch, and syrup.
Currently a Couple of Things to Remember:
You want to make sure you are using a new container if you add something like honey or anything that will not be heated. Anything that has been sitting around for some time has the potential to contaminate your beer. An easy rule of thumb is to always use a fresh container.
When using things like coffee, make sure to cool it to room temperature before adding it to your container.
When using different bourbons, you do not want to add too much. We recommend nothing more than a shot per 740ml container.
If you are adding something that has sugar, such as honey or syrup, do not add your carbonation drops. If your container requires two teaspoons of sugar for carbonation, then you would add two teaspoons of honey.
If you are using syrups, just check to see if yours is sugar-free or not. If it is sugar-free, then you still need to add carbonation drops.
The syrups are probably the best way to try all kinds of different flavors in your beer. We highly recommend those.
Now for Adding It to Your Containers, It Is Very Easy, the Bottling Process Does Not Change
If you are adding something with sugar, such as honey, you will add two teaspoons of honey to your containers, then fill them with beer and a cap. That’s it; it’s simple.
If you are adding something without sugar, like coffee, you will want to add your carbonation drops or sugar and then add your coffee, then fill it with beer and cap. Simple!
I think people get intimidated a lot about trying out their microbreweries, but this is a safe, delicious, and easy way to try new flavors in your craft brewing equipment.
If you are adding something like honey or anything that will not be heated, you want to make sure you are using a fresh container. An easy rule of thumb is to always use a fresh container.
If you are adding something that includes sugar, such as honey or syrup, do not add your carbonation drops. If your container requires two teaspoons of sugar for carbonation, then you would add two teaspoons of honey.