Mash 1 hour at 152°F (67°C). After primary fermentation, rack to secondary and add frozen …More
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A few days prior to brewing, prepare a 1,200 mL starter of 1.030 wort for …More
Day 1: Prepare yogurt starter (multiple slower lacto strains) 2 days before brew day. Make …More
Make 0.5 to 1 quart (0.5 to 1 L) lacto starter 24 hours before mash-in. …More
Mash in at a rate of 3 liters water per kilogram of grain (1.4 qt./lb.) …More
Fruit Preparation Combine guava, peeled oranges and Lilikoi juice in bowl and puree together. Fresh fruit …More
Mash grains at 156° F (69° C) for one hour. Sparge and lauter to collect …More
Mash crushed malts at 65° C (149° F) with 4 L (4.2 qt.) of water …More
Mash grains and cranberries at 150° F (65° C) for 60 minutes. Sparge with 170° …More
To brew this hefeweizen recipe, mini-mash grain for 30 minutes at 152°F (66°C), strain and …More
Single infusion mash at 159°F (71°C) for 60 minutes. Once fermentation slows after a few …More
Mash in at 150°F (60°C) and hold for 60 minutes. Rack onto cherries in tertiary …More