I'm gearing up for my 4th brew (BIAB) and I've decided to delve a little deeper into the intricacies of the recipe...
Some recipes on brewer's friend will give an assumed brewhouse efficiency percentage with the specific recipe. However, other recipes (particularly ones on a homebrew...
I’m planning to brew up a Fergs oatmeal stout this weekend, using a wort kit (from Grain & Grape). I wanted to add coffee beans and cacao nibs to the brew. But wasn’t sure how to add them? At what stage and whether they should be added directly into the fermenter?
I’m leaning towards...
Long time reader, first time poster. Had a few 4 Pines Amber Ales on the weekend and am keen on attempting to recreate it. From their website:
Tasting Notes:Ruby in colour, with rich copper hues. Hop driven aromas of currant & pear, rounded on the palate with a toasted malt character...
I am looking at brewing a Black Hops Hornet Clone next week.
They give some info on hops and malt on their websites.
Its also listed at 60 IBU and 6% on Untappd.
So I've come up with the following for a 19L batch:
82% Pale Malt
10% Wheat Malt
So i have a heap of spare grains i want to use up.
I have these malts left
3.5kg Castle Pale Ale Malt
0.4kg Caramunich II
1kg BB Medium Crystal
I would love to put them all together and see what it ends up being but i would think it would be something of a biscuity, bready...
Where has all the 2-row gone??? No-one seems to have any! Planned an American IPA, with a grain bill of 5.1kg of 2-row, a little bit of Vienna (450g) and 150g each of Munich and Carapils. If no 2-row is on the way, any suggestion on a good alternative to 2-row in an American IPA?
Hi, I had an english best bitter at Honey Rider in Neutral Bay NSW in the weekend and want to copy it using extract kits and the standard "23 litres in a bucket" method.
The best bitter had a wonderful "mushroom" taste, think this taste may be referred to as biscuity by the experts? The brewer...
For my next beer I want to make an American style Amber Ale.
I've been reading and studying as usual...
American Amber: Style Profile: https://byo.com/color/item/126-american-amber-style-profile
American Amber Ale Recipes and Beer Style: http://beersmith.com/blog/2010/07/23/american-...