Date: November 1999

7 result(s) found.

Sleepy Bear Wassail

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  5 gallons, partial mash; OG = 1.078; FG = 1.021; Bitterness = 49 IBUs Ingredients: 5 lbs. two-row pale malt 0.5 lb. chocolate malt 0.75 lb. special roast malt 5 lbs.
English and Scottish Strong Ale, Specialty and Experimental Beer, Spice, Herb and Vegetable Beer
Partial Mash

Valley Forge Winter Spruce Ale

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Spruce beer was a common colonial beverage in George Washington’s time and no doubt would have been welcome during the cold winter at Valley Forge.
Specialty and Experimental Beer
Extract Only

Rosemary IPA

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I have an alter ego, a secret identity, in short a day job. I’m a high-school French teacher. Pretty mundane, sometimes, but that’s one of the reasons I make my own beer.
Spice, Herb and Vegetable Beer
All Grain, Extract with Grains, Partial Mash

Choosing Hops

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Hops occupy an exalted place among the building blocks that make a great beer. There’s something special about an ingredient that can make a beer bitter and give it a delicate aroma,

Find a Carboy and Fill It: How to Rack

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Racking (frustraticus transferius) is one of the most valuable skills the habitual homebrewer can possess. It is a very important part of the entire process, for the sake of beer clarity and

Take Heart with Winter Warmers

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These seasonal beers were traditionally served to warm the body and soul with their herbs, spices, and high alcohol content. Recipes included for spruce beer, wassail, and a brew to fight off Old Man Winter.


Take Control with Partial Mashing

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If you are looking for a sure-fire way to make great homebrew without the commitment of a full mash, consider the benefits of partial mashing. For a modest investment of time and

7 result(s) found.