Old Foghorn is brewed using the parti-gyle method, which is brewing two batches of beer by separating the first and second runnings to create two distinct beers — one high gravity, one lower gravity. Old Foghorn is the beer made from the first runnings. Small Beer is the beer made from the second runnings.
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Lompoc Brewing Co.’s C-Sons Greetings Ale clone (5 gallons/19 L, all-grain) OG = 1.078 FG = 1.016 IBU = 96 SRM = 13 ABV = 8.6% Ingredients 14.25 lbs. (6.5 kg) 2-row
Anchor Brewing Co.’s Liberty Ale clone (5 gallons/19 L, all-grain) OG = 1.059 FG = 1.011 IBU = 48 SRM = 4 ABV = 5.9% Ingredients 12.5 lbs. (5.7 kg) 2-row pale
Most homebrewers who are all-grain brewing start out like I did by making their own equipment. Sometimes this is out of necessity, but if you are anything like me you do it
Spices allow for countless variations and experiments in homebrewing — in styles that require it like pumpkin ales and Belgian wits, to saisons or wheat recipes that you may want to add
California Lager is Anchor's re-creation of a lager brewed in California way back in 1876 at a brewey named Boca. It features a golden color, creamy head, and a smooth finish.
This beer is brewed using the second runnings from a batch of Old Foghorn. Estimating the efficiency in such a scenario is quite challenging so be prepared to make some gravity adjustments upwards with dried malt extract or downwards by dumping some wort and topping off with water.
To say homebrewers are a creative group is an understatement. We’ve all seen posts like this on brewing forums: “I want to brew a Dijon mustard red wine celery beer. How much
There was a time when just the thought of drinking canned beer was enough to make one cringe. That philosophy has changed in the last 10 years as craft breweries are embracing
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