Mash grains at 148° F (64° C) for 60 minutes in reverse osmosis water treated …More
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Sour ales uniquely and artfully combine sour and funky characteristics with the malt and hop profile of beer. Be careful when brewing these beers, as the microorganisms that infect sour beers and cause the desired funk can attach themselves to plastic/rubber brewing equipment and infect future batches. It is highly suggested to use separate equipment for sour brews.
After collecting the second runnings of wort, don’t boil. Simply cool the wort down to …More
Mash at 154° F (68° C) for one hour. Sparge, running 7.9 gal. (30 L) …More
Water Profile: Bonita Springs, Fla. tap water treated with 10 g gypsum and a Campden tablet Single …More
Mash at 158° F (70° C) for 70 minutes. This beer was a blend of …More
To brew this sour blonde with apricot, mash at high temp for a short amount …More
Mash with a single infusion at 162°F (72°C) for one hour. Ferment at 70°F (21°C) with …More
Mash at a lower temperature 148-150°F (64-66°C). Souring: After the mash, bring the wort to …More
Primary Fermentation 68-72°F (20-22°C) for five to seven days, then pitch Wyeast 5335 into the same …More
Use a single infusion mash at 152° F (67° C) for 60 minutes. When primary …More
Mash grains at 148° F (64° C) for 45 minutes. Make a 10-day starter of …More
Employ the following step infusion mash schedule: 30 minutes at 124°F (50°C), 60 minutes at …More