Eis Eis Baby Wood-Aged Beer

ABV: 11%

IBU: 29

SRM: 14

OG: 1.107 (25.3°P)

FG: 1.033 (8.3°P)

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Jarrett Long and John Bates of Arlington, Texas, members of the Horsemen of the Hopocalypse, won a gold medal in Category 32: Wodd-Aged Beer during the 2022 National Homebrew Con in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. The duo’s Historical Specialty Wood-Aged Beer (32B) was chosen as first out 96 entries in the category.

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Browse hundreds of National Homebrew Competition medal-winning recipes from the best homebrewers around the world.

Jarrett Long and John Bates of Arlington, Texas, members of the Horsemen of the Hopocalypse, won a gold medal in Category 32: Wodd-Aged Beer during the 2022 National Homebrew Con in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. The duo’s Historical Specialty Wood-Aged Beer (32B) was chosen as first out 96 entries in the category.

Ingredients:

  • MALTS & ADJUNCTS
  • 11 lb. (4.99 kg) Pilsner malt
  • 9 lb. (4.09 kg) Munich malt
  • 4 lb. (1.81 kg) CaraMunich I malt
  • HOPS
  • 1 oz. (28 g) Magnum, 13% a.a. @ 60 min
  • 1 oz. (28 g) Hallertau Mittelfrüh, 4.3% a.a. @ 30 min
  • YEAST & BACTERIA
  • 2 packs Bohemian Lager

Specifications:

Yield: 6 US gal. (22.7 L)

Original Gravity: 1.107 (25.3°P)

Final Gravity: 1.033 (8.3°P)

ABV: 11%

IBU: 29

SRM: 14

Efficiency: 80%

Directions:

Mash at 155°F (68°C) for 60 min. 90 min boil. Pitch with a healthy yeast starter. Ferment at 50°F (10°C) for 10 days. Perform a diacetyl rest at 68°F (20°C) for 2 days. Lager at 38°F (3°C) for 14 days. Rack to a fresh rum barrel and age to taste.


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