99% of the math on this thread is fuzzy.
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Couldn't one just take a an English Bitter recipe and Americanize the hops and yeast?Well most(all?) American styles are a variation of an English style, right? Of course the American bitter would have to have more alcohol.
Does photography count?
I was just kidding, Carl. Photography is art because its all about seeing, and seeing is what is most important about art.
That said, I don't really consider brewing an art. I know a lot of people do, but to me it is a craft, not art.
My kids will be out in full force walking the neighborhood. I'm tempted to have a keg at the front door to hand beer out to parents.You would be my hero! What's on tap?
I don't know that you will get much in the way of flavor from the brown sugar. It looks like you are going for a pretty chewy beer so I might add a little molasses instead.
Why so many different grains? Do you have a reason for each?
That's ALOT of flaked barley.
I will say that I LOVE a nice 'black velvet' or 'snake bite' or whatever they call it in your neck of the woods when you float half a pint of stout on top of half a pint of cider.