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— English Ordinary Bitter 4 gallons, all-grain; Ingredients: • 3.25 lbs. pale ale malt • 8 oz. crystal malt, 60° Lovibond • 2 oz. cara-pils malt • 0.25 oz. black patent malt
— Colonial Porter (Spiced) 5 gallons, extract and grain; OG = 1.046 Ingredients: 1/2 tsp. gypsum 1/4 tsp. kosher salt 1/3 lb. black patent malt 1/3 lb. cara-pils malt 1/3 lb. dark
Brewer: Mark Matheson Brewery: Assets Grille & Southwest Brewing Co., Albequerque, N.M. Years of experience: Four Education: Bachelor’s degree in fermentation science from University of California, Davis House Beers: Cactus Kölsch, Duke
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