Ballantine carried the hoppy torch for many years with their Ballantine XXX Ale. You can try to recreate that classic beer with this recipe.
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Columbus, Ohio based Barley Brewing Co. asks that homebrewers "Ride your bike to the local homebrew shop to get the supplies – it won't turn out the same otherwise!" — Angelo Signorino
"The Magician is a lustrous, dark-red, London style Red Ale with a rich grain bill. The grain combination lends complex notes of toasted caramel, raisins, chocolate, and roasted toffee. Very light hop additions let the true malt characters show throughout this beer."
— Charlotte’s Some Pig Porter 5 gallons/19 L, extract with grains and pork; OG = 1.056 FG = 1.014; IBU = 35; SRM = 50; ABV = 5.4% Ingredients: 6.6 lbs. (3.0
Knowing the evaporation rate of your equipment is important when trying to brew beer to a target original gravity. There a few things that you can consider to solve the problem you
There is indeed much information about mash stirring and the use of agitated mash mixers is the norm in modern commercial breweries. The primary reason for stirring the mash is to provide
Breakfast is the most important meal of the day — because many breakfast food ingredients can be used in beer. Check out this recipe for using bacon - yes, bacon - in your next brew!