for the “Inebriated Sober Cream Ale”
Before checking the gravity we make sure the brew is 60 degrees F. The hydrometer reads most accurately at this temperature.
I usually use 2.5 gallons of store bought drinking water and another 2.5 gallons of spring water. I put one gallon of each in the boil pot for the wort along with half a gallon of tap water to make up for what boils away into steam. I add the remaining 3 gallons of waterContinue reading “What kind of water do you use to homebrew?”
http://amazingbeers.wordpress.com/2012/03/25/milk-stout-nitro-and-cupcake/ I’ve started a new blog http://amazingbeers.wordpress.com called, ” The Beer Club. Share Good Beers.” You’ll find photos and videos of what I think are good beers, as well as some ideas on flavors and food pairings.
Also known as “I know what you brewed last summer”. We brewed this summer seasonal ale in December. It was a clone of an ale we made last summer.
dry hopped with HBC-342 hops AA 14.9%
Drink Responsibly. We’ve all heard this before, but it’s important. Even a small amount of beer can impair your judgement, so don’t put yourself in a position where you can harm yourself, others, or turn into a complete fool. Here are some ways to acheive this: Drink Better. Drink Less. There’s plenty of beer toContinue reading “Drink Responsibly.”
1/2oz Millennium hops for bitterness 1oz Nugget hops for flavor 2oz Cascade for dry hopping 8oz Carapils specialty grains 8oz Caramel 40L 6.6lb golden light LME 1lb light DME Steep grains at 160F for 20min Boil LME and DME for 60min Millennium hops for 60min Nugget hops for 20min Dry hop Cascades for 7days afterContinue reading “Almost IPA”