Monthly Archive: May 2009

May 24

Batch 26 Bottled

Yesterday I bottled my weizenbeir.  Final gravity was 1.010, for a final alcohol by volume of 5.25%.  Taste wise, it was less wheaty than I normally like, but that was due to the extra corn sugar I put in lightening the flavor.  The hop presence was nice, you could really pick out the hallertauer’s- not …

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May 15

Batch 26- Weizenbeir

Had a little bit of money left over from a job I did, so I decided to make some beer.  Not wanting to do an all-grain without my buddy Jared, I decided to do a Papazian recipe that was pretty dirt cheap, his Lovebite Weizenbeir.  The irony is my friend Jared, independent of me, did …

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May 15

Batch 25- Lucky Stout

Back in March I brewed my 25th batch of beer.  Did a remake of the famous Lucky Stout (famous among those who’ve tried it.) Bottled it on 3/18/09, and have only a few bottles left.  My next brew is a German style Weizen, will follow up once I pitch the yeast.

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