If you are an all-grain brewer, or if you do larger partial-mash batches, a mash paddle (or some equivalent) is a critical piece of brewing equipment to ensure that any “dough balls”
Iron Horse Brown Ale clone Iron Horse Brewery, WA (5 gallons/ 19 L, extract with grains) OG = 1.070 FG = 1.022 IBU = 27 SRM = 20 ABV = 6.3% Ingredients 6.6 lbs.
I am not sure you have created a monster but you may have a runaway train on your hands! There are only two ways to stop an enzymatic reaction. You can
Upping IBUs I have been planning on making an extract oatmeal stout, but after entering all my ingredients into a recipe calculator I am concerned with my hop utilization. I boil my
The first thing I noticed was the musty smell, like a locker room. We had been called to a residence early on a Sunday morning where the owner, a Mr. Crossley, had
When I began brewing back in 1992, I felt fortunate to find either a packet of dry yeast or a can of malt extract that had not celebrated a birthday, much less
On the surface this may seem like an easy question. Since hop utilization decreases as wort gravity increases it seems logical that one solution to the dilemma faced by extract brewers
Brewer: Ashton Lewis, Springfield Brewing Company in Springfield, MO There are many beer styles that taste nice using a nitrogen dispense system. I think one of the facts to keep in mind