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Huckleberry Honey part 2

Brewer 103709 11/10/2015 11:08:42 AM
  • 15° L
  • All Grain
  • 5 Gallon(s)
  • Unknown Style
  • 93 IBU
  • 12.0 % ABV

Pug Snout Winter Ale

RomanIvan 11/10/2015 2:05:40 PM
  • 2° L
  • All Grain
  • 5 Gallon(s)
  • Unknown Style
  • 17 IBU
  • 4.6 % ABV

Steeped Grain Porter

CoreyS 7/22/2015 8:52:59 PM
  • 21° L
  • Extract
  • 5 Gallon(s)
  • Unknown Style
  • 24 IBU
  • 7.1 % ABV

Heady Clone

Stephen 11/9/2015 6:45:16 AM
  • 7° L
  • All Grain
  • 5.5 Gallon(s)
  • Unknown Style
  • 133 IBU
  • 8.1 % ABV

Coffee Stout

Killedwithcash 11/9/2015 8:04:45 PM
  • 42° L
  • All Grain
  • 4 Gallon(s)
  • Unknown Style
  • 26 IBU
  • 5.4 % ABV

ShadowRayz - Centennial SMaSH

ShadowRayz 10/9/2015 12:31:29 PM
  • 3° L
  • All Grain
  • 5.5 Gallon(s)
  • Unknown Style
  • 41 IBU
  • 6.8 % ABV

ShadowRayz - German Pilsner - upcoming

ShadowRayz 11/8/2015 1:46:04 PM
  • 3° L
  • All Grain
  • 5.5 Gallon(s)
  • Unknown Style
  • 34 IBU
  • 4.4 % ABV

Fermentation: Chill to 44 °F and pitch yeast. Let it slowly warm over the first 36 hours to 50 °F and then hold this temperature for the remainder of fermentation. Average fermentation will take around 2 weeks. Rack to Secondary Lager: ~ 1 month at near freezing temperatures (<35 °F) Estimated Original Gravity: ~1.042 Estimated Final Gravity: ~1.011

das motherland belgium ipa

BeerGuyDan 11/9/2015 3:57:19 PM
  • 5° L
  • All Grain
  • 5 Gallon(s)
  • Unknown Style
  • 59 IBU
  • 6.8 % ABV

Sour NoopleTucker

Owl-Head 11/5/2015 2:06:22 PM
  • 3° L
  • All Grain + Extract
  • 5 Gallon(s)
  • Unknown Style
  • 12 IBU
  • 6.1 % ABV

This is meant to be an open fermentation with the addition of raspberry extract during secondary

krampus nightmare stout

BeerGuyDan 11/5/2015 11:17:43 AM
  • 50° L
  • All Grain
  • 5 Gallon(s)
  • Unknown Style
  • 30 IBU
  • 6.3 % ABV

4.1g mash in at 155 (168f water) 4.5 sparge 170o

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