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Run to the Pils Recipe

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Jeremy Myers, head brewer and co-owner of Neshaminy Creek Brewing Company (Croydon, Massachusetts) notes that there are no brewing salts added for mash pH adjustment. This recipe follows the Reinheitsgebot, so he uses acidulated malt. ALL-GRAIN Batch size: 5 gallons (19 liters) Efficiency: 83% Attenuation: 83% OG: 1.049 (12.17°P) FG: 1.009 (2.14°P) IBUs: 36 ABV: 5.34% MALT/GRAIN BILL 6.83 lb (3.1 kg) Weyermann Pilsen Malt 0.57 lb (258 g) Acidulated Malt 1.08 lb (490 g) Cara-Pils Malt HOPS SCHEDULE 0.44 oz (12.5 g) Herkules [15.%… Read More »

Stowaway Oatmeal Stout Recipe

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Stowaway is a special beer, brewed with melanoidin-rich German malts and with a good quantity of bitterness. It’s darker and extra bitter than type tips, however it’s clean and scrumptious, properly roasty with good malt sweetness and a little bit of nutty goodness from all of the Munich and Vienna. ALL-GRAIN OG: 1.070 FG: 1.015 IBUs: 68 ABV: 7.5% MALT/GRAIN BILL 5 lbs (2.three kg) Munich malt 5 lbs (2.three kg) Vienna malt 1.2 lbs (544 g) Flaked oats zero.75 lbs (340 g) Roasted barley… Read More »

Hops and Lagers

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Once we take into consideration “hoppy lagers,” historically, the one one that basically involves thoughts is the Pilsner. Each the traditional Czech and German Pilsners are reasonably hoppy in comparison with different lagers—however can we actually, in a beer world that routinely sees beers with nearly 100 IBUs and all late or dry hopping, name these beers “hoppy”? Provided that we settle for that the lager household merely doesn’t do hoppy in that manner. Nevertheless, for about ten years, brewers have been pushing the boundaries… Read More »

Redhook Out of Your Gourd Pumpkin Porter Recipe

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Redhook Out of Your Gourd Pumpkin Porter (Seattle, Washington) is dark chestnut brown and is made with pureed pumpkin, cinnamon, nutmeg, ginger, and maple syrup. “This full-bodied, rich roasty porter makes you want to eat turkey and watch football or build a bonfire.” ALL-GRAIN OG: 1.056 FG: 1.012 IBUs: 28 ABV: 5.8% MALT/GRAIN BILL 9 lb (4.1 kg) Pale malt (2-row) 10 oz (283 g) Crystal 120 malt 9 oz (255 g) Dark chocolate malt 8 oz (227 g) Carafa Special I malt 7 oz… Read More »

Brewing with Capsicum (Candy Peppers)

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Candy crimson peppers, or capsicums, have a stunning and distinctive delicate spiciness that lifts any meal, so let’s put it in beer. Firstly, it’s necessary to know that inexperienced peppers are literally immature, so that they received’t have developed the complete depth of taste we would like. Despite the fact that they’re often a little bit cheaper, we don’t need the inexperienced ones as we speak. How a lot ought to we use? Fortunately, the candy, peppery taste transfers fairly readily, so there’s no must… Read More »

Citraweiss Recipe

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ALL-GRAIN Batch dimension: 6 gallons (22.7 liters) boil/5 gallons (19 liters) knockout Brewhouse effectivity: 75& Attenuation: 80% OG: 1.06 FG: 1.01 IBUs: 50 ABV: 6.5% MALT/GRAIN BILL 5.5 lb (2.5 kg) White wheat malt three.5 lb (1.6 kg) Pilsner malt 1.2 lb (544 g) Torrified wheat zero.four lb (181 g) Weyermann CaraMunich III HOPS & ADDITIONS SCHEDULE 2.5 oz (71 g) Tettnang at 60 minutes zero.5 oz (14 g) Citra at 10 minutes zero.5 oz (14 g) Citra at 5 minutes zero.5 lb (227 g)… Read More »

Make Your Best Robust Porter

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You grow as a brewer, and as you do, you sometimes end up pushing yourself into more complex, technically challenging, obscure beer styles. It’s natural. It’s also a great idea, though, to occasionally double back to what can be described as more “beginner” styles, and when you do, you might be shocked at how much better they are this time around. One of my favorites is the robust porter (sometimes called an American porter, though for reasons I’ll get into later, that’s a bit of… Read More »

Mom & Pop’s Wet Hops Lager Recipe

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The recipe for this wet-hops lager from Jack’s Abby changes every year because they use 10 percent local unmalted grain (whatever is available that year) and add as many wet hops as they can fit into the kettle. Says Sonia Friedman, marketing manager for Jack’s Abby, “[The approach] isn’t particularly scientific, but it delivers a truly unique flavor that can’t be replicated.” ALL-GRAIN OG: 1.054 FG: 1.015 IBUs: Varies ABV: 5.2% MALT/GRAIN BILL 9.5 lb (4.3 kg) locally sourced pale malt 1 lb (454 g)… Read More »

Oh My Gourd Smoked Pumpkin Brown Ale Recipe

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Published: 2016-09-17 Dave Clapsaddle, a Packaging Tech at Odell Brewing in Fort Collins, Colorado, roasts, smokes, and marinates pumpkins at his house to produce the puree that goes into Oh My Gourd. Dave doesn’t reveal exactly how he makes his pumpkin puree, but notes, “Some very simple spices are added, but very little to keep the pumpkin-pie effect at bay.” ALL-GRAIN OG: 1.070 FG: 1.014 IBUs: 35 ABV: 7.4% MALT/GRAIN BILL 6.5 lb (2.9 kg) Pale malt (2-row) 6 lb (2.7 kg) Vienna malt 8… Read More »

Comrade Fresh Hops Superpower IPA Recipe

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Denver Colorado’s Comrade Brewing’s wet-hops American IPA won a 2014 GABF silver medal. With loads of Pacific Northwest hops, it has huge pine and grapefruit hops aromas, with flavors of citrus and balanced bitterness with a light malt character. ALL-GRAIN OG: 1.066 FG: 1.011 IBUs: 100+ ABV: 7.5% MALT/GRAIN BILL 12 lb (5.4 kg) Pale malt (2-row) 8 oz (227 g) Crystal 15 malt 7 oz (198 g) Munich type II malt 6 oz (170 g) Wheat malt HOPS SCHEDULE 0.25 oz (7 g) Citra… Read More »

Think Small: Ideas for Brewing Session Beers

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Look at any tap list today and you’re bound to see a beer calling itself a “session” beer—ostensibly a 3–5 percent (the upper limit varies depending who you ask), drink-more-than-one style, or a lower-octane version of a bigger style. As a beer drinker, I’ve long been a proponent of lower-ABV beers, in part because I like to take my time and drink a full pint of something, but also because I like to try a few things from the list! If all I’m looking at… Read More »

Jolly Pumpkin La Parcela Recipe

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“Packed with real pumpkin, hints of spice, and a gentle kiss of cacao to lighten the soul, Jolly Pumpkin Artisan Ales’ La Parcela ((Dexter, Michigan) is an every-day easy way to fill your squashy quotient. Only available for a few short months [unless you brew your own].” ALL-GRAIN OG: 1.050 FG: 1.006–1.008 IBUs: 22 ABV: 5.9% MALT/GRAIN BILL 7 lb (3.2 kg) Pilsner malt 1 lb (454 g) Munich malt 1 lb (454 g) Vienna malt 4 oz (113 g) Crystal 75 malt 3 oz… Read More »

Brewing the Perfect Pumpkin Ale

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Pumpkin beer predates the founding of the United States. Brewed with an indigenous fruit unknown to most Europeans until the sixteenth century, it was our first truly national beer. Its beginnings were humble—first brewed during colonial days out of necessity, when malt was scarce and fermentable sugars had to be found wherever possible. The beer became popular among colonists, either straight or mixed in a cocktail known as flip. But nothing lasts forever. Its appeal fell when nineteenth-century hipsters deemed it too rustic and quaint.… Read More »

Elysian Punkuccino Recipe

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“A pumpkin ale with the attitude of a world-weary barista, Elysian Brewing Co.’s Punkuccino packs a short shot of coffee toddy with just a shake of cinnamon and nutmeg in your pint.” ALL-GRAIN OG: 1.056 FG: 1.018 IBUs: 20 ABV: 5% MALT/GRAIN BILL 8 lb (3.6 kg) Pale malt (2-row) 9 oz (255 g) Brown malt 9 oz (255 g) Kiln Coffee malt 7.5 oz (213 g) English Dark Crystal malt (77°L) 4.5 oz (128 g) Biscuit malt 4.5 oz (128 g) Chocolate malt 2… Read More »

Make Your Best Northern English Brown Ale

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You may have noticed that it’s that time of year when a certain style of really-for-fall-but-it’s-already-out-beer is hitting the shelves. I won’t mention its name here because I know some of you have a visceral, burning reaction to it, and I’m not going to be telling you how to make one, but…if I did tell you how to make one, the base style I’d use is my Northern English Brown ale. So if you’re of a mind to take this beer and add…something to it,… Read More »

Excellent Pumpkin Ale Recipe

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 ALL-GRAIN Batch Measurement: 6 gallons (22.7 liters) Brewhouse effectivity: 75% OG: 1.063 FG: 1.018 IBUs: 19 ABV: 5.9%   MALT/GRAIN BILL 7 lb (three.18 kg) Maris Otter three lb (1.36 kg) Mild Munich 2 lb (907 g) Fragrant malt 14 oz (400 g) Caramunich malt ADJUNCT, HOPS, AND SPICE SCHEDULE eight oz (230 g) darkish brown sugar at 90 minutes 5 lb (2.27 kg) pumpkin or butternut squash (see preparation under) at 90 minutes zero.55 oz (16 g) Northern Brewer hops (pellet) at 60 minutes… Read More »