Wicked Weed may be best known for its sour and hop-forward beers, but they also brew a wide variety of saisons. Reticent has a complex malt bill to build lots of character underneath the yeast-driven aroma.
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How can a person justify spending a dollar for a can of beer they don’t even like? I can’t. And here starts my search for brewing on a budget in a
I drank my first fruit beer around 1980. It was a Belgian kriek (that is cherry flavored), which I came across in South Africa. The fruit flavor was somewhat muted, but the
There’s nothing quite like pulling into your campsite and pouring a nice cold draft homebrew before you’ve even pitched your tent. It certainly helps foster domestic tranquility and makes you the envy
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by the numbers OG, FG, SRM, IBU, ABV will vary. The BJCP is currently considering three strength categories: Session:3.0–5.0 ABV Standard:5.0–7.5% ABV Double:7.5–9.5% ABV When I started brewing, there was only one
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Dear Replicator, My brewing partner went on a beer trek to Asheville, North Carolina, and brought me back a growler of Reticent Saison from Wicked Weed Brewing. it was great, plus
Sucro-licious Belgian (5 gallons/19 L, all-grain)OG = 1.051 (1.060-1.063, with sugar) FG = 1.006 IBU = 21 SRM = 6+ (sugar dependent) ABV = 7.4% Sugar selection can completely change the impression