Tips On Composting Spent Hops - Adding Used Hops In Compost
Be sure to combine the hops, which are warm and wet, with an adequate amount of brown material such as shredded paper, sawdust, or dry leaves. Otherwi...
Home Brew Composting Info - Can You Compost Spent Grains
The good news is yes, but you need to manage the compost carefully to avoid a smelly mess. ... Home brew composting can be done in a bin, pile or even...
spent grain compost green or brown
In most cases spent brewery grain could be classified as a nitrogenous waste (fresh = green matter) on the same level as grass clippings. This means t...
can you freeze spent grain
There are a number of ways to prepare spent grain for storage. The most common two are freezing or drying it. Tossing it into the freezer is the safes...
what to do with spent grains from brewing
If you don't have a food processor, you can also make the flour in a coffee grinder. Process to your desired consistency and it's ready to use in past...
spent grain recipes
Pre-heat oven to the lowest temperature setting (usually 200 degrees or below) and spread out spent grains onto an ungreased cookie sheet. It's best i...
spent grain nutritional value
BSG is considered a rich source of fiber, protein, and phenolic compounds. The phenolic acids present in BSG are hydroxycinnamic acids (ferulic, p-cou...
storing spent grain
There are a number of ways to prepare spent grain for storage at home: Freezing – Tossing it into the freezer is the safest, easiest way to store grai...
spent grain calories
4776 calories/kg = 4.776 calories/g ~= 135 calories/oz. (28g) 25% protein (7g/oz.) 6% starch and sugar (~1.5g/oz.)Does spent grain have nutritional va...