The Denton County Homebrewers Guild

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 Quad ale, a delicious American IPA, some mead made with Juniper berries if I remember right… and many more refreshing drinks.
All brewed at home by good people. I am really looking forward to the next event.

June 16th – Big Brew Day – DCHG

Limited Release

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 last batch originated from an award winning recipe.
We added a jar of local honey to the boil and are anxiously awaiting the final result.

What kind of water do you use to homebrew?

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 water into the carboy after the wort is chilled and yeast is added.

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