Note: This recipe assumes a mash efficiency of 75% and an evaporation rate of 25% over a period of 60 minutes. Conudct single infusion mash at 152° F. Target mash pH is 5.3. Conduct a 60 minute boil,… Read More
Mash at 152° F for 1 hour. Conudct a 60 minute boil, following the hop addition as listed in the ingredients. Pitch yeast at 64° F and ferment for 3 weeks before racking to secondary. Read More
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"For the last three years, SoCal Cerveceros members have come from across the L.A. basin for meetings held at a rotation of Latino-owned breweries, taprooms, restaurants and homebrew supply stores. At each, they bring new experimental beers to try, give… Read More
By John Moorhead, American Homebrewers Association This post is a follow-up to How to Grow Hops at Home. When to Pick Your Hops The time has come. You've planned, pruned, monitored, cared for and put in the hours for you homegrown hops… Read More
Use tap water, preferably from Fort Collins, which "is fairly neutral and great without additions for all but the hoppiest and darkest beers." Mash for 60 minutes at 152°F (67°C). Batch sparge. Chill to 65°F (18°C), pitch yeast, and raise… Read More
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Single infusion mash at 150° F (66° C). Primary fermentation at 72° F (21° C) for 5 days. Secondary fermentation at 67° F (19° C) for 5 to 7 days. Add 0.5 oz. (14 g) HBC 438… Read More
[Este artículo apareció en la edición de julio/agosto 2017 de la revista Zymurgy] Por Matt Smith En el libro Speed Brewing, Mary Izett comienza con una cita que aborda el factor principal de la elaboración de cerveza casera como pasatiempo: “Solía ser una… Read More