This is a recipe for a low-gravity, darker English mild. I used lots of dark English crystal to really emphasize the toffee and nutty flavors. I made this on my indoor 3 gallon set up (shot for around 1057 OG), then just topped up with water to reach around 4.5 gallons of lower-gravity 1038 wort. 353 more words
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Join us for a steamy, fragrant morning of mashing grains, boiling worts and hops, and delightful aromas—all in the name of making many people’s favourite beverage, beer!
My wife and I recently took a trip to Hawaii. We drank a lot of great beer. We didn’t come across anything too “adventurous” – mostly lagers, ambers, browns, stouts, a few IPAs, with the occasional coconut, pineapple, and or/coffee infused beer. 530 more words
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To the new homebrewer, understanding the differences between batch sparging and fly sparging can be confusing. For the seasoned masher, deciding which is a better process for your homebrewing set-up can be an even greater challenge.