Recipe #3: Cascade and Amarillo Rye IPA (Batch #2013.21)

I love IPAs. By far my favorite style of beer, although I like almost all styles of beer. I have decided to use some different base malts to increase my understanding of different kinds of malt and the effect they have on the beer. This time I switched out the standard 2-row barley for Vienna … Continue reading Recipe #3: Cascade and Amarillo Rye IPA (Batch #2013.21)


Recipe #2: Chinook Belgian IPA (Batch #2013.19)

The second recipe in this blog is basically a continuation of the first recipe, in that it used the yeast cake from the Citra Saison. This is a “Belgian IPA”…which, in my opinion, is an odd style distinction. It seems to me that breweries will call any hoppy ale, regardless of malt bill or yeast used … Continue reading Recipe #2: Chinook Belgian IPA (Batch #2013.19)

Recipe #1 – Citra Saison (Batch #2013.18)

This is the first recipe I am posting on this blog even though, according to my notes, this is around the 150th batch of beer I've brewed. Recipes will be posted as they are brewed from now on. About sixth months ago, I started making really simple wort using a few different base grains as … Continue reading Recipe #1 – Citra Saison (Batch #2013.18)

An Introduction to a new beer blog (yes, another one)

Hello world of beer blogs, What you have found here is yet another beer blog from a beer enthusiast and homebrewer. It is hard to know where one fits in with the hundreds of popular beer blogs on the Internet - blogs that cover nearly every style of beer, region of the country, and every … Continue reading An Introduction to a new beer blog (yes, another one)