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Charles Thresher
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#103 - White IPA
Wow, it's been a while. Six months since the last brew day. Ugh. Maybe I'll go back and fill the 2015-6 gap on this page at some point... Time to burn some leftover ingredients (DME, older hops) by doing a partial mash with new grains and some new hops. Wor...
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#85: Smoked Maple Rye
#85: Smoked  Maple   Rye   American Wheat or  Rye  Beer  Type: Extract with grain steep Date: 9/14/2014  Batch Size: 2.40 gal Ingredients Amount Item Type % or IBU  1.87 lb American Ale (3.4 SRM) Extract 37.55 %  1.21 lb Kvass Concentrate (9.0 SRM) Extract ...
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#99: Quick Berliner Weiss
Easy Berliner Weiss Berliner
Weiss   Type : Extract Date : 2/7/2016 Batch Size : 2.40
gal Ingredients Amount Item Type % or IBU 1 lbs Wheat Dry Extract (8.0 SRM) Dry Extract 60.61 % 10.4 oz Light Dry Extract (8.0 SRM) Dry Extract 39.39 % 0.25 oz Ahtanum [...
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#7: Beta Prince Pale Ale
I found a 5 gallon extract based Three Floyds Alpha King clone and trimmed it down to Mr. B size, though I made some substitutions (specifically, I made a change from the LME it called for to the DME I had on hand) that may cut away from it's clone-ness, bu...
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#5: Lemon Overkill
Hard Lemonade ------------- Style: Fruit Beer Batch: 2.12 galExtract Characteristics --------------- Recipe Gravity: 1.069 OG Recipe Bitterness: 0 IBU Recipe Color: 3° SRM Estimated FG: 1.017 Alcohol by Volume: 6.6% Alcohol by Weight: 5.2% Ingredients ---...
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#2: Fallen Friar
This was my 2nd beer ever made, and a lot of experimentation ensued.  The first one was by the book Mr. B, while this one includes the first use of DME, grain steep, and honey adjunct.  Jumping in quick... #2 Fallen Friar --------------- Batch: 2.13 galExtr...
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#9: WCPA Done Right
Had a can of Mr. B WCPA that needed to be used, so here goes... WCPA Done Right ---- Style: IPA Batch: 2.13 galExtract Characteristics --------------- Recipe Gravity: 1.062 OG Recipe Bitterness: 67 IBU Recipe Color: 13° SRM Estimated FG: 1.016 Alcohol by Vo...
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#13: Hop Slop IPA
The attempt to nail down and perfect the beer that I see being my pipeline regular (a citrusy IPA) is back in progress. After weighing my options and considering what I wanted to brew today, and after looking at ingredients on hand, the Citra hops were just...
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#20: Truly Triple-Hopped Lite Beer
Decided I'd take a crack at my "lawnmower" beer. Went really simple, with no grain steep (primarily b/c I didn't have any on hand). When I went to the LHBS, they had the Munton's American Style Light Beer HME on clearance for cheaper than LME, so I used tha...
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#21: Next IPA
I had a wonderful IPA yeast on hand from one of our board mates, and conveniently the IPA pipeline is almost dried up, so here's the result of the itch to get something in the fermenter: in-progress name of next IPA. Got some hops I haven't played with befo...
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