Whirlpooling technique for homebrewing


Commercial breweries use whirlpooling as an important process in beer production. Essentially, whirlpooling separates hops and trub from wort after the wort boil. But homebrewers can use whirlpools just like the big guys. It’s an easy process to include in your brew day and can greatly improve the quality of your beers. If you have a spoon, you can whirlpool!

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MASHED! Editorial Director, Writer & Designer. Favourite brew: I’m loving session brews at the mo - like BrewDog’s Dead Pony Club, or something citrusy like Gareth’s brew with Bramling Cross & Magnum hops plus orange peel.