Welcome!

Welcome to the new Jockey Hollow Brewers Guild website.

We are a group of homebrewers, dedicated to improving our skills!! We are open to all level brewers, from beginner to expert!! We are an educational, informative, and welcoming band of brewers!! We meet once a month, at Mistucky Creek Homebrew Supply, for a bit of education, information, friendship, and sampling of homebrews!

Mistucky Creek Homebrew and Wine Making Supply is located at 331 Route 94 in Warwick.

For more information, call 845-988-4677 or visit online at mistuckycreek.com.


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Don't forget to stop by the Warwick Farmers Market this Sunday between 9 and 2 as we will be putting on a brewing demo. I have a bock kit, but I was also thinking about using some ingredients found at the market and making a honey basil saison. Does anyone have some other ideas? ... See MoreSee Less

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Ever wondered how much of a effect there would be from adding Citric acid to brewing water? One of my brewing buddies recently tried adding juice from a whole lime to his mash for a wheat beer that he was making in order to lower his PH. Turns out he didn't measure the affect so we may never know if it was a good addition. I am curious to know effective this would be without potentially wasting a whole batch of wheat beer. Instead of testing this technique by going straight into a mash, I decided to use 5g of tap water first. Turns out that the PH shift was significant in my RO filtered H2O. Tasted the water after the addition and concluded that the lime flavor wasn't too strong either. Might have to try this again with 1/2 of a lime to see if this would work for acidifying my HLT water down to ~ 5.8 PH. (2 photos) ... See MoreSee Less

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