Archive for the ‘Munich’ Category

Batch 57: JungleDrew Dunkelweizen

Shout out to Drew for helping me Brew ūüôā the kids have dubbed him “JungleDrew”, and so goes his namesake beer. Recipe Type:¬†All Grain Yeast:¬†WLP300¬†Hefeweizen Ale Yeast Yeast Starter:¬†1L Batch Size (Gallons):¬†5.5 Original Gravity: 1.054 Final Gravity:¬†1.010 IBU:¬†22 Boiling Time (Minutes):¬†60 Color:¬†20 Primary Fermentation (# of Days & Temp):¬†room temp 14 days Secondary Fermentation (# […]

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 homebrewtalk.com, and given my current compliment of ingredients, I present to you (for camping consumption in the […]

Batches 13/14: Partigyle – Imperial IPA and a Porter

I’ve been reading about Partigyle brewing and I want to give it a shot. I’m brewing 2.5 gallons of an Imperial IPA, then 5 gallons of a Porter. I planned the grain bill for a 7.5 gallon, 1.060 FG beer, with the understanding that this would give me a <strong OG> 2.5 gallon first running, […]

Batch 12: Mad Elf Clone

In an ode to one of our favorite winter seasonals, and in acknowledgement of the fact that Tr√∂egs hasn’t made it to the west coast yet, I’m attempting a clone of the infamous Mad Elf. It has Tr√∂egenator (doppelbock) as it’s base, using belgian ale yeast instead of lager, and with cherries in the secondary. […]