Date: June 1995

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Traditional German Bock

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A great Bock recipe for a traditional German Bock(bier).
Bock

German Pilsner

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— German Pilsner Recipe for 5.5 gallons; 1.50 Hours Boil Grains: 4 lbs. Pilsner Malt 4 lbs. Munich Light Hopping Schedule: .75 oz. Perle, 9% alpha, 60 min. .75 oz. Tettnanger, 3.80%
Pilsner

Cherry Brown Ale

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A basic Brown Ale with cherries.
Brown Ale, Fruit Beer

Blackberry Porter

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  Blackberry Porter 5 gallons; O.G. = 1.045 (plus a bit) Ingredients: 6 lbs. Amber malt extract syrup 1 lb. British caramel malt 1/2 lb. Chocolate malt 5 lbs. Crushed blackberries 1.5
Fruit Beer, Porter

Couldn’t Be Easier “Framboise”

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— Couldn’t  Be Easier “Framboise” 5 gallons; O.G. = 1.048 Ingredients: • 3.3 lbs. Munton & Fison Extra Light Malt Extract • 2.2 lbs. Morgan Master Blend — wheat (extract) • 1
Fruit Beer

Fruit Beer

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I have an old photograph at home, taken at the Weinhard Brewery here in Portland, Oregon in 1906. The brewmaster is posed in front of the brew kettle in high collar, tie,

Picking the Right Yeast: Tips from the Pros

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Grant Johnston Marin Brewing Co., Larkspur, California Grant Johnston looks first for a yeast with “great flavor.” When formulating a new beer, he works around the flavor of the yeast he is

Brewing Basics for Beginners

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If You Can Boil Water, You Can Brew Your Own

Interview with Charlie Papazian

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His voice is soft, his manner calm. In fact Charlie Papazian is amazingly mellow for someone with his schedule. Before the snow even begins to melt this spring in the mountains outside

Solve the Mystery of Decoction Mashing

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As brewers, we refer to the entire process of converting the starch present in grains and adjuncts into sugar as mashing. We use the enzymes present in pale malted grains to perform

Your Own Draft System

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If you brew your own beer, you know the drill. A few friends come over on brew day. The brewing process is fun and relaxing. There are plenty of natural breaks in

Better Beer with Extract Kits

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So you’re a kit brewer, or perhaps you want to start brewing with kits. Maybe it’s your first brew or you’ve brewed several and are still getting things down before venturing into

13 result(s) found.