West Coast IPA

West Coast IPA

Strong hop tastes and aromas will dominate the flavor profile of this West Coast IPA recipe, which will also balance malt sweetness and a moderate to a high degree of bitterness. The addition of tropical and fruity tastes and aromas from the Mosaic hops will balance...

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Pale Ale

Pale Ale

A variety of ale called a pale ale is distinguished by its crisp, hopped flavor and golden to amber hue. It is among the most widely consumed types of craft beer worldwide. Pale malt is frequently used in the production of pale ales, giving the beer its pale hue. They...

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Jimbo’s Beerbos

Jimbo’s Beerbos

Here's my recipei for a five gallon batch of Beerbos. Ingredients: 68% Pils Malt 15% Weyerman wheat malt 7% flaked oats 10% Vienna 40g Slovenian Pellets 70g Czech Saaz Whole Hops Belgian and French Saison yeast My process: Cook the mash at 151-152 F. Afer letting the...

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Lich King Lichtenhainer

Lich King Lichtenhainer

Grist: 30% Pilsner Malt 40% Cherry Smoked Malt 30% Rye Malt Hops: Noble Varieties, target <10 IBU's in a 15 minute boil Yeast: Safale US-05, White Labs WLP029 or Imperial Organic Yeasts G03 Dieter or another clean fermenting, acid-tolerant yeast Brewing Notes: Mash...

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So Blond It’s a Tripel

So Blond It’s a Tripel

Expected Stats Balance - 0.338 Fermentables 10 lbs - Pilsner 1 lb 12 oz - Light Brown Sugar (added with 15 minutes left in boil) Water Target Profile: Yellow Dry Target Mash PH: 5.3 Mash/Boil Steps 60 Minute Mash at 152F 60 Minute Boil Hops 1.65 oz Willamette - 3.68%...

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Let It Rye

Let It Rye

Brewer: James Miller 6+ years brewing It is helpful to have some basic brewing knowledge before taking on an all grain beer build. I would recommend doing a few extract beer brewing kits or taking some brewing classes to help understand the brewing process, especially...

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