Winter Palace Wee Heavy clone Paper City Brewery, Massachusetts (5 gallons/19 L, extract with grains) OG = 1.077 FG = 1.017 IBU = 24 SRM = 16 ABV = 8% “We use pale
Smoked Maple Porter five gallons, extract with grains; OG: 1.064–1.065; FG: 1.017–1.018; SRM: 100; IBUs: 31 ABV: 5.9% Ingredients: 10 oz. British chocolate malt 10 oz. U.S. crystal malt (80° L) 5
Pumpkin Patch Ale five gallons, all-grain; SG: 1.047-1.050; OG: 1.018-1.020; IBU: 22 ABV: 4% Ingredients: 6.5 lbs. pale malt 1 pumpkin (about 10 pounds) 1 lb. crystal malt (60° L) 1 tsp.
Dogfish Head Midas Touch clone (5 gallons/19 L, extract only) OG = 1.078 FG = 1.010 IBU = 10 SRM = 6 ABV = 9% Ingredients 6.6 lbs. (3 kg) Briess light
Alec’s Doppelbock (5 gallon/19 L, all-grain) OG = 1.088 FG = 1.020 IBU = 17 SRM = 19 ABV = 9% Ingredients 13 lbs. (5.9 kg) Munich malt (6° L) 4 lbs.
Dan’s Doppelbock (5 gallon/19 L, all-grain) OG = 1.076 FG = 1.020 IBU = 22 Ingredients 9 lbs. Munich malt (10° L) 4.75 lbs. Pilsner malt 2 oz. dehusked chocolate malt (400°
Ah, the old birch-beer beer. This reminds me of a time when I screwed up a beer experiment with the remnants of a root beer experiment. We had three groups in our
Beer is an alcoholic beverage, a fact we appreciate every time we taste a non-alcoholic beer. The alcohol in beer is produced during fermentation. Fermentation also produces a small amount of highly
Back when I was a graduate student in Boston, I threw a lot of homebrew parties at my apartment on Common-wealth Avenue. I remember explaining over and over to my party guests
How ambitious is your Club? The group brew sessions organized by the Red Ledges Homebrewers, a club in Grand Ledge, Michigan, give new meaning to the words “big beer.” Last year,