The easiest and presumably most common method for adding spices to beer involves tossing them directly in at some point in the process, usually during the boil and/or fermentation. However, this method is believed by some to be a bit haphazard, leaving little room for controlling the pungency of the spice character, which has led to the use of alternative approaches. In this episode, contributor Cade Jobe joins Marshall to talk about the use of tinctures in brewing and discuss the results of an xBmt on the subject.
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