A Beer to Guard (5 gallons/19 L, all-grain) OG = 1.066 FG = 1.012 SRM = 16 IBU = 25 ABV = 7.0% Ingredients 9 lbs. 9 oz. (4.3 kg) Weyermann Pilsner
Your backyard hops have been harvested and nippy autumn air has turned the leaves crispy and brown. Although the vines are dead now, somehow it seems a bit disrespectful of the plants
Yukon Brewing Company’s Arctic Red clone (5 gallons /19 L, partial mash) OG = 1.054 FG = 1.012 IBU = 35 SRM= 13 ABV = 5.5% Ingredients 3.3 lbs. (1.5 kg) Muntons
Popularity of beers aged in a variety of used oak barrels has really blossomed over the last decade and Sam Adams is one of the breweries that has come out with several
For centuries, both brewers and drinkers (as well as tax collectors and government regulators) have been concerned about the strength of their beers. Beer strength measurements include such values as specific gravity,
A full 5-gallon (19-L) batch of homebrew requires filling 53 12-oz. (355 mL) bottles. What if you could fill more than one bottle at a time?
Brewer: Ted Miller, Brugge Brasserie in Indianapolis, IN If we start at the beginning, I guess the question to answer is: What’s the best grain bill for a brewer to work
Upon seeing the title to this article, you might say, “Whoa, I’m not into lambic.” However, while Brettanomyces strains are important to the production of lambics, Brett can and is used in
Extract brewing is not just a simplified form of all-grain brewing. It’s a process that has its own set of challenges. Find out what these challenges are — and how to master them — without changing your whole brewing setup or spending a lot of extra time on brewday.