Archive for the ‘Williamette’ Category

Batch 29/30: RIS and Coffee (Chocolate? Vanilla?) Porter

Partigyle seems to be the word of the day! Brew day was Sunday, Jan 12. Brewing this recipe: http://www.homebrewtalk.com/f68/russian-imperial-stout-2011-hbt-competition-category-winner-238807/ and capping the mash for a small beer, because why not!? Gonna either let the small beer sit in secondary with vanilla or chocolate, or bottle with either a vanilla tea or coffee, to make some […]

Batch 23: Willamette/Maris Otter SMaSH

Recipe Type: All-Grain Yeast: Safale-04 Yeast Starter: No (1 packets of Safale-04 used) Batch Size (Gallons): 2.5 Original Gravity: 1.057 Final Gravity: 1.007 IBU: 45 Boiling Time (Minutes): 60 Color: 7 Primary Fermentation (# of Days & Temp): 10 days at ~74* F 6# Maris Otter 1oz Willamette for 60 minutes 1 oz Willamette for 15 minutes 1 whirlfloc tab for 15 minutes […]

Posted September 22, 2013 by fbarrett in Maris Otter, Pale Ale, Williamette

Batch 19: Holiday Olde Ale

My good friend and esteemed beer geek Ben has joined me today for the inaugural brew of the Aiki Brewing Company. We will brew an English Strong Ale, in time to age properly for the end of the year. This is being brewed for the 2013 meeting of the Cliver Family Annual Non-Denominational Winter Solstice […]

Batches 16-18: Fashionably Late, Double the Trouble (DIPA)

A year ago tomorrow, I started home brewing. Hells yeah, 16 batches!!! As the final brew of our California experience, and in homage to our amazing time here, I am going to brew an Imperial IPA. I’ve named it ‘fashionably late, double the trouble’ as it’s a double IPA characterized by late additions of some […]