Date: December 2002

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Redhook Ale Brewery’s Double Black Stout clone

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Double Black Stout clone (Redhook Ale Brewery, Washington) (5 gallons/19 L, all-grain) OG = 1.069  FG = 1.016 IBU = 70  SRM = 62  ABV = 7% Ingredients 9 lbs. (4.1 kg)

Stout
All Grain

Mudhouse Stout

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by Ashton Lewis, Springfield (Missouri) Brewing Company
Stout

Buzz’ard Double Chocolate Espresso Stout

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by John Arthur and Glenn BurnSilver
Spice, Herb and Vegetable Beer, Stout
Extract with Grains

Coffee Imperial Stout

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Imperial Stout, also known as "Russian Imperial Stout" or "Imperial Russian Stout," is a strong dark beer or stout in the style that was brewed in the 18th century.  This Imperial Stout, with coffee is by Doug McNair, Redhook Breweries
Barleywine and Imperial Stout, Specialty and Experimental Beer, Stout
All Grain

Extract varieties for yeast starters

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This question asks for opinions rather than any real facts. I can do that! Strictly speaking, any wort with a gravity ranging from 1.040 to 1.052 works well in starters with respect

Steeping vs mashing

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Mashing and steeping are very similar processes at first glance. Both involve soaking crushed grains in hot water. However, if you look more closely, there are some sharp contrasts between the two

Fermentation & Flavor Compound Science

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How to understand flavor compounds produced during fermentation.

Build an Electric Draft Jockey Box: Projects

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How to serve cold homebrew from a warm keg? Turn a mini-fridge into an electric jockey box!

Lagering: Tips from the Pros

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Expert advice on better beer blending through prolonged cold storage.

Reading the Malt Specs

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Malted barley varies from year to year and batch to batch, which can impact your recipes and procedures. The more you know about your malt, the better and more consistent your beer will be! Here's how to interpret the numbers on a typical malt analysis sheet.

Making Big Holiday Beers

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It's the time of year for holiday beers! Many of these heavyweight winter seasonals are high-alcohol brews -- monster beers that are big, malty and have a bite. You don't have to be a mad scientist to make one, but brewing a high-gravity beer involves much more than piling on the malt. Your guide to brewing huge holiday beers, complete with eight recipes.

13 result(s) found.