In this brewing video we’re making a black IPA, otherwise know as a Cascadian Dark Ale. This is a homebrew recipe for a dark and hoppy beer, perfect for people who like stouts and porters, but also like to drink IPAs or Pale Ales. We’re brewing this beer due to popular demand on our channel.
Within this video I explore the beers history, how to write recipes to this style, how the BJCP views this style for compeition, my tried and tested recipe, my most recent brews footage, examples of previous brews results visually and lots of hints and tips along the way. Brewfather recipe link:- https://share.brewfather.app/U9aqSoxkfKsu4S Kolsch Recipe Batch
Irish Red Ale Author: David Heath Brewfather Link:- https://share.brewfather.app/Rowb2pOsvJTrUg Batch Size : 19 L / 5 US Liquid Gallons Estimated ABV – 4.5% IBU : 23 (Tinseth) Colour : 23 EBC Pre-Boil Gravity : 1.040 Original Gravity : 1.045 Final Gravity : 1.011 Mash Profile Two step plus mash out 62 °C / 143 °F
An American Wheat beer is a little different from your typical German hefeweizen. There’s no banana or clove esters, and a little bit of hoppiness. In this video we show how to brew this beer, along with a surprise fruit addition. RECIPE KITS: https://www.atlanticbrewsupply.com/search.asp?keyword=homebrew%20challenge CLAWHAMMER BREWING SYSTEM: http://www.clawhammersupply.com?aff=5 RECIPE FOR 5 GALLONS: 8.0 oz Rice
Wondering how to brew hazy IPA at home? In this video you’ll see how I created a beer design or hazy IPA recipe and turned that into homebrew. I’ve been on a mission to break down each component of a Hazy IPA, NEIPA, whatever you want to call it by testing best practices and brewing
Ingredients: ———— 5 lbs 2-row English Pale Malt (2.7 SRM) 2 lbs 8.0 oz Flaked Barley (1.4 SRM) 1 lbs Roasted Barley (558.8 SRM) 2.40 oz Fuggle Pellets [4.30 %] – Boil 60.0 min 1.0 pkg Irish Ale (Wyeast Labs #1084) Add 37.30 qt of water at 150.0 F over 60 min Mash Out: Heat
Today we’re home brewing an American Amber ale, a great beer to have on tap in the fall and winter months. Amber ales were one of the first styles I brewed as a beginner, as it is a fairly forgiving style and is usually enjoyed by all. If you’re a beginner home brewer, or looking
In this episode we brew a juicy India Pale Ale, or IPA. This recipe calls for a lot of Nugget, Citra, and Mosaic hops, but just the right amount at the right time so our finished beer is juicy, not bitter. We add hops during the boil, as we’re chilling (hopstand), and then after fermentation
I was wanting to get a drinkable beer ready for some family coming to visit. I decided a Pale Ale would be a good style and that Voss Kveik was the yeast to get it done quickly. I’ve used this yeast before so I knew what it was capable of especially when fermented at 95
In this brewing video we’re making a Belgian Tripel. A Belgian Tripel is a traditional golden ale that has a high ABV with a sweet flavor and dry finish. This beer is commonly drunk during celebrations or parties and in this video, we’re brewing our Belgian Tripel to take to a wedding and share with
RECIPE KITS: https://www.atlanticbrewsupply.com/search.asp?keyword=homebrew%20challenge CLAWHAMMER BREWING SYSTEM: http://www.clawhammersupply.com?aff=5 BRAU SUPPLY COUNTERFLOW CHILLER: https://brausupply.com/collections/plumbing-accessories/products/coil-in-coil-counterflow-wort-chiller Recipe for 5 gallons: 5 lbs Wheat Malt, Pale 2 lbs Pilsner; Floor Malted Bohemian 2 lbs Pilsner; German 4.0 oz Melanoidin 0.50 oz Perle Pellets [7.00 %] – Boil 60.0 min 1.0 pkg Hefeweizen Ale (White Labs #WLP300) OFFERS Where I get
After making the leap from extract to all grain, some brewers are left wondering how to take their favorite extract recipes and convert them to All-grain recipes. In this video, we hit the key points to consider when trying to convert your recipes. Our full post is here with more details: http://www.brew-dudes.com/converting-extract-recipes-to-all-grain/4830
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German Pils is a classic style; clean, simple, delicious. In this video we show how to brew German beer by whipping up a single malt pilsner. This week features a new brewing gadget put to the test, the Unibrau HopBlock hop filter. RECIPE KITS: https://www.atlanticbrewsupply.com/search.asp?keyword=homebrew%20challenge CLAWHAMMER BREWING SYSTEM: http://www.clawhammersupply.com?aff=5 RECIPE FOR 5 GALLONS: 9 lbs
A step by step tutorial to make yummy fizzy refreshing nettle beer. This recipe tastes amazing and produces a non cloudy nettle beer. By following the two stage fermentation you are guaranteed clear beer and no broken bottles from uncontrolled fermentation. See http://www.nettlebeer.com for full picture and text instructions.
Attempt at a clone of the Stone and Wood Pacific Ale. Based on several recipes I’ve found online with a couple of my own tweaks. Tim’s channel – https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCgoKLTRac-YABjWZE-Mv1PA Recipe basics 10L batch (scale up it needed) 60 minute mash @ 66C 60 minute boil 60% Gladfield American Ale Malt (1.8KG) 40% Gladfield Wheat Malt