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Best Dean Wiensch podcasts we could find (updated November 2019)
Best Dean Wiensch podcasts we could find
Updated November 2019
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A bi-weekly homebrewing podcast dedicated to helping you learn to evaluate your beer and start down the path to judging beer. But also help you learn basic and advanced brewing concepts. In every episode we cover Beer Judging topics, we cover a beer style and review a commercial example you can sample along with, we also cover either a home brewing technical topic or a common flaw in beer and how to fix it.
 
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In this episode of Brewnology, we examine an Belgian Triple and taste Macro Beers and try to identify them. Also, please say tuned for a very important announcement about the future of Brewnology.By Brewnology
 
In episode 49 we look at Oud Bruin and then we talk pairing beer with food and how it can assist your judging.By Brewnology
 
This is a special episode where we give feedback to Keith on some beers he submitted to us to evaluate. Thanks Keith!By Brewnology
 
In this episode we talk about Kolsch, then we discuss Session Beer brewing.By Brewnology
 
In this episode we talk about the ever so delicious Munich Helles, then briefly discuss the various types of measurements we use in brewing.By Brewnology
 
In this episode we examine Irish Stout, formerly known as Dry stout, and then discuss brewing sugars.By Brewnology
 
In this episode we examine Rauchbier (Smoked Beer) and Lager fermentation.By Brewnology
 
Please excuse the poor audio on this episode. We had some recording issues but we worked to remedy the issue in the next upcoming episode. But in this episode we talk about German Pilsner then discuss the difference between "malty" and "Sweet". Stay tuned after the music for a listener beer review if that interests you.…
 
In this episode we look at Imperial IPA and our experience at round 1 of the NHC.By Brewnology
 
In this episode we take a look at Category 21a, American IPA. We then have a discussion about entering beers into some of the common specialty categories and list examples of why they fit into some categories over others.By Brewnology
 
In this episode we talk about style 3D, Czech Dark Lager. We then examine a commercial example of that style. We finish up with a listener suggested topic of talking about how to come up with a numerical score in judging.By Brewnology
 
In this episode we tackle a listener suggested topic on what is required to get into the 80's or 90's on your judging exam. We then tackle and sample an American Pale Ale.By Brewnology
 
In this episode we talk a bit about German Helles Exportbier, formerly known as Dortmunder Export. Then we try to tackle a listener suggestion of talking about what we should be looking for in a beer as opposed to what we shouldn't find in a beer.By Brewnology
 
In this episode we look at English Brown Ale and then expand on Mouthfeel per a listener request.By Brewnology
 
In this episode Dean and I talk about Irish Red, then take a second run at talking about scoring accuracy on your BJCP scoresheet as suggested by a listener.By Brewnology
 
In this episode we look at Imperial Stout, review Old Rasputin, and talk about key points of 2016.By Brewnology
 
In this episode we examine the Cream Ale style and review a commercial example of the style (MKE's Boathouse). We then talk about secondary aging.By Brewnology
 
In this episode we take a look at Oatmeal stout (Samuel Smith's Oatmeal Stout), and talk about how to organize your brewery and brew day.By Brewnology
 
In this episode of Brewnology we take a closer look at International Amber Lager as review a commercial example of the style. We then tackle a listener suggested topic of how to handle unsolicited feedback.By Brewnology
 
In this episode we take a close look at category 2C, International Dark Lager. We examine the style, a recipe, some water suggestions, and more before moving on to talking about home roasting your own malts and how to make caramel malt.By Brewnology
 
In this episode we take a close look at Belgian Dubbel as well as evaluate a commercial example. After that we continue with our in-depth discussion of common malts and their various attributes.By Brewnology
 
In this episode we take a close look at ESB and evaluate a commercial example, we then look closely at base malts, their flavor, aroma, and characteristics.By Brewnology
 
In this episode of Brewnology we revisit a topic we feel we didn't really cover all that well earlier. Reading the guidelines. We then take a look at Weizenbock. Finally we get personal with our own personal water adjustment processes.By Brewnology
 
In this episode we talk about how to find and enter a homebrew competition. We then take a look at a new reveiwing style where only one of us knows the brewery and the beer and we start off with Kellerbier. Finally we talk about everything you really need to know about head retention.By Brewnology
 
In this episode of Brewnology we talk about flavor, aroma, appearance, and mouthfeel descriptors to help with judging vocabulary. We then take a look at International Pale Lager, and finish things out talking about beer clarity.By Brewnology
 
In this episode we are taking a look at why it takes so long to get your grades back from your tasting exam.We then look at American light lager as our style review. Finally we start to talk malts by discussing what malts do not need to mashed and why.By Brewnology
 
In this episode we help distinguish the difference between American Barleywine and American Strong ale. We then dissect a commercial example of Dopplebock with Spaten Optimator. Finally we talk the basics of phenols.By Brewnology
 
In this episode, we compare and contrast Witbier and Saison. We then look at Fuller's London Porter as we talk English Porter with the taste along portion. Finally we talk malting and the process it takes to turn barley into malted barley.By Brewnology
 
In this special edition we evaluate 3 homebrews submitted by listeners. If homebrew evaluation is not your cup of tea, then this episode may not be your cup of tea. But not to worry, a regular show will be released on our regular scheduled day, July 26th.By Brewnology
 
We compare Irish Stout and English Porter, the style review is Blonde Ale, and we talk about overly alcoholic beers.By Brewnology
 
In this episode we start to do style comparisons. We chose to compare and contrast Kolsh and Cream Ale in this first episode. We talk about the differences and similarities between the styles. We then pick apart Schell's firebrick while we look at Vienna lager. Finally we talk fermentation as we look at the 5 main stages of fermentation.…
 
In this episode of Brewnology we give you 5 tips for passing the BJCP online entrance exam. We then look at Dunkleweizen as our style of the episode, and we round things out with a discussion of yeast starters.By Brewnology
 
In this Special episode we evaluate and give critiques on another listener beer, Brent this episode is for you.By Brewnology
 
In this episode of Brewnology we talk about whether you should become a certified judge or maybe just be content to take a BJCP course for your own personal knowledge. We then take a look at Witbier with Hoegaarden Belgian Wit. Finally we have 2 short segments on the methodology of troubleshooting your beer and harsh bitterness.…
 
In this episode of Brewnology we tell you how you can doctor your own beers for sensory evaluation. We then look at Saison Dupont for our style evaluation. Finally we talk about logical brewery upgrade paths.By Brewnology
 
This episode is a special release, that we will look at publishing Monthly. As we get listener beers the plan was to incorporate them into the main show, but things end up running long. So if we get listener beers during a given month, we will evaluate them in a special episode like this one.By Brewnology
 
In this episode of Brewnology we finish out our score sheet topic by talking a bit about how the scoring accuracy is measured, we then evaluate an Oud Bruin, we finish up by discussing tinctures.By Brewnology
 
In the 17th episode of Brewnology we cover what graders are looking at when they grade your perception on the judging exam. We then take a look at Scottish Export with Belhaven Scottish Ale. We round out the topics by discussing infections and contamination in beer and talk about another listener beer.…
 
In this episode we continue our in depth description of the 5 elements on a scoresheet that you are graded on, Feedback. Then we take a look at American Wheat with Bell's Oberon. We have a quick discussion about dry yeast before we delve into the final topic which is talking about 3 listener beers.By jason@brewnology.com (Jason Johnson and Dean Wiensch)
 
In this episode of brewnology we take a look at our second segment of understanding the BJCP exam criteria, Completeness. We explain why completeness means more than just filling white space. We then look at DFH's Indian Brown Ale as we talk about brown IPA. Finally we round out the topics by explaining the difference between mash efficiency an ...…
 
In this 14th Episode of Brewnology we start the first of a 5 part series where we look at the graded components of a scoresheet more in depth to help you understand not only how to score well on your judging exam, but also fill out a respectable scoresheet every day. We then take a look at category 4C Helles Bock (AKA MaiBock) in our taste alon ...…
 
In this episode we talk about the 0 to 50 point BJCP homebrew scale and what the ranges mean. For our style discussion and taste along we look at American Barelywine as we sample Avery's Hog Heaven. Finally we wrap things up by talking about fermentation temperatures.By jason@brewnology.com (Jason Johnson and Dean Wiensch)
 
In this episode, we take a look at table rank intimidation, it's rare but it happens. We discuss how it's happened to us and how to handle it. We take a look at Samuel Smiths India Ale in the English IPA category. Finally we talk about esters and how they are controlled in hour homebrewing process.By jason@brewnology.com (Jason Johnson and Dean Wiensch)
 
In this episode of brewnology we start out by tasting a listeners submission for review, a Baltic Porter. After that we talk about doing retakes too soon after your initial exam. For the style examination and taste along, we jump in Belgian Golden Strong with Piraat from Brouwerij Van Steenberge. Finally we round out our hop discussion with hop ...…
 
In Episode 10 we ring in the new year with a discussion on how how to ship beer for either competition or for beer trades. We take a look at the ever so unpopular style of Premium American Lager. We then kick off our 2 part discussion on hopsBy jason@brewnology.com (Jason Johnson and Dean Wiensch)
 
In Episode 9, Dean and Jason discuss the criteria required to advance in rank in the Beer Judge Certification Program (BJCP), they take a look at Black Butte Porter as they discuss the American Porter category from the 2015 BJCP Guidelines, and then the flaw of the month discussion is Oxidation.By jason@brewnology.com (Jason Johnson and Dean Wiensch)
 
In Episode 8 of Brewnolgy, Dean and Jason tackle a listener request to examine the difference between Traditional Oktoberfest and Modern Oktoberfest. For the style of the episode they take a look at schwarzbier. And for the homebrewing technical topic they look at the common ways to chill your homebrew and benefits of each method.…
 
In this episode of Brewnology, Dean and Jason talk about ways to handle judging specialty beers, they take a look at an oatmeal stout from New Holland Brewing Co, and they talk about astringency in beer. Brewnology the Podcast is a bi-weekly podcast dedicated to homebrewing, evaluating beer, and helping brewers identify potential flaws in their ...…
 
In this Episode of Brewnology, we talk about what to bring with you to homebrew competitions in your beer judging kit, for the beer style discussion we take a look the Czech Pils and Sierria Nevada's Nooner. Finally we talk about the mash and the main enzymes you should be aware of when homebrewing.By jason@brewnology.com (Jason Johnson and Dean Wiensch)
 
In this fifth episode we talk about the BJCP exams we took this past weekend. Dean took the Judging (Tasting) exam for the first time and Jason retook the written. We also cover the controversy that prompted the change to the spelling of our name, we felt we should cover that in a show. For our style discussion/taste along segment we cover the ...…
 
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