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Red Ale

Brewer 100269 6/11/2015 12:42:13 PM
  • 14° L
  • All Grain
  • 10 Gallon(s)
  • Unknown Style
  • 27 IBU
  • 7.6 % ABV

Simcoe SMaSH

dbrewerman 4/29/2015 8:56:24 AM
  • 2° L
  • All Grain
  • 5.5 Gallon(s)
  • Unknown Style
  • 41 IBU
  • 5.7 % ABV

Oatmeal Stout AG

Brewer 102507 6/11/2015 6:53:44 AM
  • 51° L
  • All Grain
  • 5.5 Gallon(s)
  • Unknown Style
  • 41 IBU
  • 8.8 % ABV

1st Timer IPA

black-lab-brewing 6/10/2015 6:56:56 PM
  • 11° L
  • All Grain
  • 5 Gallon(s)
  • Unknown Style
  • 78 IBU
  • 5.9 % ABV

Consecration Clone

ewdrye 5/15/2015 9:17:20 AM
  • 45° L
  • All Grain
  • 5 Gallon(s)
  • Unknown Style
  • 25 IBU
  • 9.0 % ABV

At secondary fermentation when you add in the Wyeast Roselare Belgian Blend, you will also want to add 2 LBS of fresh or dried currants. Do you best not to let your temp go above 65 F. Taste the beer at about 3 months to gauge the sourness, if it is just about right then soak 4 Oz's of either oak cubes or oak chips in Cabernet Sauvignon (Vinnie Cilurzo from Russian River recommends using a Kenwood Cabernet Sauvignon since it is widely available and of good quality), place it in the fermenter ...

dica 2 teste

CS-BEER 6/10/2015 1:10:34 PM
  • 3° L
  • All Grain
  • 20 Liter(s)
  • Unknown Style
  • 14 IBU
  • 5.8 % ABV

Hopfeweizen 6/8/15

JustinMonroe 6/9/2015 12:35:58 PM
  • 3° L
  • Extract
  • 1 Gallon(s)
  • Unknown Style
  • 24 IBU
  • 4.3 % ABV

Northern Brewer Hefeweizen - 6-6-2015

JustinMonroe 6/10/2015 7:17:39 AM
  • 3° L
  • Extract
  • 1 Gallon(s)
  • Unknown Style
  • 20 IBU
  • 4.3 % ABV

The Nazi Flower

CouyonsSacramentalBrewhouse-LG 6/9/2015 8:46:25 AM
  • 5° L
  • All Grain
  • 5 Gallon(s)
  • Unknown Style
  • 162 IBU
  • 5.5 % ABV

Franziskaner Hefe Clone

Can8ianBen 6/9/2015 6:08:38 PM
  • 4° L
  • All Grain
  • 5 Gallon(s)
  • Unknown Style
  • 59 IBU
  • 5.5 % ABV

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