Monthly Archives: May 2006

Belgian Witbier

Aroma: Moderate sweetness (often with light notes of honey and/or vanilla) with light, grainy, spicy wheat aromatics, often with a bit of tartness. Moderate perfumy coriander, often with a complex herbal, spicy, or peppery note in the background. Moderate zesty, … Continue reading

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Bru-Heat boiling bucket

I’m sorry that it’s been a while since my last posting. Today I’m talking about equipment, specifically my kettle. It’s a 26 litre Bru-Heat bucket. It is imported from England. Somewhat common 10 years ago, but rather rare now. My … Continue reading

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Shark’s Tooth Pacific Pale Ale

Last night I made a “real” beer for the first time in about two months. By real, I mean an all grain full boil beer, made from scratch. All the other ones I’ve made recently have been all wort kits, … Continue reading

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Beer kegging

I kegged the wheat beer this weekend, the one from Festabrew that I made with Safale T-58 yeast. It still has that T-58 taste that I don’t care for too much. I don’t think I’ll ever use that one again. … Continue reading

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