Brew Dog Metrics, based in Roswell, GA, has announced the launch of their new at home brewing website. The website is all about home brewing of various kinds of beverages, such as beer, coffee, and tea. It contains a blog that contains articles about coffee, tea, or beer. It also provides buying guides for coffee, tea, and beer. More about Brew Dog Metrics can be gleaned by following their Facebook page.
Brett Lewis is the person behind Brew Dog Metrics. He loves drinking coffee, tea, or beer and since 2001, he has been brewing his own beverages at home. He explains, “I started this website to help others learn more about brewing coffee, tea and beer at home to enhance the quality of their daily lives. I'm thrilled at how much this website has grown and I look forward to expanding this site further and sharing more at home brewing solutions and information with you. Cheers & happy brewing.”
Brett Lewis explains that there was a need to launch a new website to make it user-friendly to make it easier for visitors to find the information they are looking for. This information could be provided through the articles on the blog site or through the buying guides.
One example of an article published on the blog site is one that answers the question on whether coffee becomes more acidic after a certain period of time. When coffee is allowed to sit out for longer periods of time, there is more time for the coffee to react with oxygen, making it taste stale or more bitter. This is because oxidation increases the pH level of coffee such that it will taste less fresh. Freshly brewed coffee is considered to be the best and it is advisable to drink coffee within 30 minutes after brewing. Those who are interested in knowing more about Brew Dog Metrics may want to visit their YouTube channel.
Meanwhile, there is a difference between the pH levels in coffee as compared to coffee acidity, which affects its taste profile. Coffee usually has a pH level of approximately 5, which is slightly acidic, since a pH level of 7 is neutral. However, it is important to note that acidity in coffee does not refer to the pH level of coffee. Acidity is employed as a component of the taste profile of coffee and it is a characteristic that is considered to be desirable by coffee lovers. Coffee acidity, as such, is affected by roast type, the brewing method, and where the coffee beans grew.
In another recent article, Brew Dog Metrics presents five of the best morning tea blends. These are The Republic of Tea Organic Moringa Superherb, Stash Tea Company Christmas Morning Blend, Harney & Sons Black Tea English Breakfast, Buddha Teas Organic Moringa Tea, and TAZO Organic Chai Tea.
In another article, it is discussed how long tea will usually last. First of all, it should be noted that tea is available in three main forms: loose tea leaves in an airtight packet; in tea bags; and as tea pearls. Tea that is available on store shelves often have an expiration date printed on the package. However, even after this expiration date, it does not necessarily mean that the tea has gone bad. In fact, tea leaves can’t expire but they can lose their color, aroma, and flavor after a certain period of time. The expiration date is to ensure that customers get fresh tea that still have their desirable flavor and aroma. Thus, if the tea leaves have been stored properly, they may still be consumed even after the expiration date.
Another article describes how to make jasmine milk tea. Jasmine tea is manufactured by infusing dried jasmine flower blossoms into the tea leaves. And having the appropriate ingredients is vital in making jasmine milk tea. These include jasmine tea, sugar, milk or cream, a mug, a spoon, and a teapot.
Those who would like to know more about Brew Dog Metrics may want to check out their website or contact them through email. They may also want to visit their Pinterest page.
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Brew Dog Metrics is an active blog that provides its readers with tips, advice, recipes, product reviews, and help with everything related to at-home brewing of coffee, tea, and beer.
January 12, 2021 – New Website for At Home Brewing Launched