Date: December 2007

22 result(s).

Cacao Puffs Porter (Chocolate Porter)

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What goes great with chocolate? How about more chocolate? This beer combines chocolate malt, cocoa powder and cacao nibs for a massive chocolate flavor and aroma. A high mash temperature and relatively large dose of crystal malt yield a sweet, full-bodied beer.


Molasses-Kissed Vanilla Porter

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A sweet porter accentuated with the aroma and flavor of vanilla. Recipe from James Spencer from Basic Brewing Radio and Video (www.basicbrewing.com).


What are yeast nutrients and how are they used?

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Most yeast nutrient blends contain amino acids, inorganic nitrogen (ammonia), B-vitamins, sterols, unsaturated fatty acids and oftentimes autolyzed yeast which gives a mixture of all of these components. These blends are typically


Brewing While Camping

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I love the adventurous spirit of the West. Add this to the reflex for creative thinking common to homebrewers and out comes Gabe’s Nuts and Berries Trail Ale. I must admit that


Cereal Mashing

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How to utilize starchy adjuncts with a cereal mash – and the alternate forms of these adjuncts that can be single infusion mashed.


Winter Spiced Ales

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One of the best things about a white Christmas is the dark, spiced holiday ales that go along with it. Learn how to brew a wonderful winter warmer.


Spicing Beers: Tips from the Pros

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Arnie Johnson (Marin Brewing), Eric Rode (Tommyknocker) and Will Meyers (Cambridge Brewing) explain how to spice up your beers. From wits to winter warmers, the secrets to successful spicing.


Practical Porter

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Porter is a popular and flavorful style of homebrew. In this practical guide to brewing porter, learn about the flavors – chocolate, coffee, caramel and potentially many more – of porter and how to get them in your pint glass.


Reiterated Mashing: Multiple Mashes for Massive Brews

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Want to brew a bigger beer, entirely from grains, without investing in a larger mash tun or kettle? Then try reiterated mashing. It’s mashing, then using the wort to mash again…and perhaps again.


Chocolate Malt

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I’m not sure of anything as ubiquitously distributed and enjoyed the world over as “chockies.” From the creamy goodness of milk chocolate to the biting dryness of very dark cocoa, it’s entirely loved. If only there were something in brewing that we could use to mimic chocolate. If only…


22 result(s) found.