Archive for the ‘Coriander’ Category

Batch 69: Oriander Pale Ale

It took a lot of restraint to not come up with a more salacious name for this beer. Recipe Type: All Grain Yeast: Nottingham (1 packets) Yeast Starter: none Batch Size (Gallons): intended 6 Original Gravity: 1.051 (1.049 anticipated) Final Gravity:  IBU: 22 Boiling Time (Minutes): 60 Color: 3° L Primary Fermentation (# of Days & Temp): Secondary Fermentation (# of Days & […]

Batch 35: Slay Our Demons Witbier

Recipe Type: All-Grain Yeast: WLP400 Yeast Starter: No (1 vial used) Batch Size (Gallons): 5.5 gallons Original Gravity: 1.048 Final Gravity: IBU: 17 Boiling Time (Minutes): 75 Color: 3.5 Primary Fermentation (# of Days & Temp): 5# Rahr 2row 4# Torrified Wheat 1# Flaked Oats (Giant Quick Oats) 1oz Cascade Leafs 75min 0.3 oz Bitter Orange […]

Batch 33: Ploughshares to Swords

I just noticed that the name of this beer is consonant-heavy. Can a beer be consonant-heavy? Anyway, we are embarking on a quest into Saison territory!! (should I say terroir?) Inspired by a number of various recipes on, and given my current compliment of ingredients, I present to you (for camping consumption in the […]

Batch 4: Belgian Wit (or Dunkel?)

I couldn’t easily get the last batch to ferment below the low 70s, so I figured for this batch I’d brew something where the esters of a hot ferment might be in-style. I chose the Belgian Wit style, as it seems straight-forward, gets a bit fancy with adjuncts (coriander and orange peel) and fits the […]