Brewing 5 gallons of Old Style Ale. Thanks to the DCHG for helping with this one.
Maison Saison GRAINS 11 lbs Pilsner 2 row Belgian 1 lb Munich 10L HOPS 1 oz Brewers Gold 8% AA 1/2 oz Saaz 4% AA OTHER Irish Moss French Saison yeast
We will be brewing 5 gallons of all grain French Saison today. We will be bottling a 5 gallon batch of Kolsch with peanut butter extract added today.
GRAINS 9 lbs Pilsener 1 lb Munich 1/2 lb Flaked Wheat HOPS Saaz Hallertau OTHER US – 05 yeast 2 oz Peanut Butter Extract
We joined the DCHG. Can’t wait to drink more of the delicious home brewed ales, wines, mead, and teas from everyone there in the Denton County Homebrewers Guild. Went to our first meeting last Saturday. Here are a few links. If anyone is interested please “like”. http://www.facebook.com/DentonCountyHomebrewersGuild https://twitter.com/DentonHomebrew http://www.pegasusnews.com/news/2012/jan/28/ugly-rugger-brewing-tries-gain-foothold-denton/ I recall trying a Belgian QuadContinue reading “The Denton County Homebrewers Guild”
Grains: .50lb Crystal 40 .50lb Chocolate .25lb Crystal 60 .25lb Victory Extract: .50 lb Extra light DME 6.6 lb Pilsen light LME Hops: 1 oz Cluster 6.8%AA @ 60min 1 oz Amarillo 9%AA @15 min 1.75 oz Amarillo @ 1 min Other: Irish moss @15 min safale US-05 yeast ABV= 4.2% IBU= 47
Saving Earth One Homebrew at a Time.
I would have to say that every batch of beer we brew is a limited release. Our brewing skills are improving and so are our old recipes. We are also always looking for new recipes to try. When I decide to use a new recipe I usually like to add a little something. Our lastContinue reading “Limited Release”
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.