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Wheat IPA OG: 1.065 5 Gallons 7 Weeks ABV: Started on 7-1-11 Yeast: Wyeast #3638 Bavarian Wheat Yeast Temp: 64-75° F Activated 4 hours before pitch Grains: .25 lb Special B .5 lb Biscuit .5 lb Briess Caramel 60 .25 lb German Pilsner Malt: 6.3 lbs Wheat … Continue reading
Irish Red/Dundalk OG: 1.059 5 Gallons 7 Weeks ABV: 5.24 Started on 4-10-11 Yeast: Wyeast #1167 Ringwood Ale Yeast Temp: 64-74° F Activated 6 hours before pitch Grains: 1 lb Simpsons Caramalt .25 lb Simpsons Roasted Barley .5 lb Peat … Continue reading
Red Ale OG: 1.061 5 Gallons 8 Weeks ABV: 5.5 Started on 1-1-11 Yeast: Wyeast #1728 Scottish Ale Yeast Temp: 55-70° F Activated 6 hours before pitch Grains: .25 lb Simpsons Chocolate .5 lb Briess Caramel 120 .5 lb Caramunich II .25 lb Cherrywood Smoked Malt: 6.3 … Continue reading
Here is a some really good information about how to really taste and enjoy your beer from a very experienced food and drink taster.
Honey Brown Ale II OG: 1.064 5 Gallons 7 Weeks ABV: 6.6 Started on 12-30-10 Yeast: Wyeast #1098 British Ale Yeast Temp: 64-72° F Activated 4 hours before pitch Grains: .5 Caramel 60 .25 lb Simpsons Chocolate .25 lb Belgian Special B .25 lb Dingemans … Continue reading
BrewDog, the maker of one of the strongest beers in the world is well known for more than just that. Here is a little history to a great brewery, started by two guys who just wanted to make a bit … Continue reading
Being from Wisconsin, I know that we love to drink beer, and I also know that people in Michigan and Minnesota love to drink good beer as well, because there isn’t much else to do in those long cold winters. … Continue reading
There is a little more to drinking beer than just drinking. That is, if you want to find new beers and enjoy drinking them. Here is a good way to let your palate taste the beer and find out which … Continue reading
I don’t usually like sour beers. I have tried them time and again and just don’t like the flavor, but a few true beer lovers are collaborating to create a dark sour beer that could be worth a try. Check … Continue reading
I covered it once before, but here is another great article on how to plant hops at home!