Extreme Brewing: An Introduction to Brewing Craft Beer at Home (Deluxe Edition)

Extreme Brewing: An Introduction to Brewing Craft Beer at Home (Deluxe Edition)

Sam Calagione

Language: English

Pages: 184

ISBN: B0182PX4L6

Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub

Sam Calagione's authoritative primer Extreme Brewing, long required reading for any serious homebrewer, is now revised and expanded. Inside Extreme Brewing, Deluxe Edition, you'll find:

—Recipes for homemade beers that are among the most exciting and exotic today: Double IPA, Punkin' Porter, Belgian Brown Ale, and more than 30 other unique concoctions

—14 additional recipes that are new to this edition, including the Coffee & Cream Stout and the Smokin' Cherry Bomb

—Step-by-step instructions and insider tips for making recipes that expand the definition of great beer

—Tips on presentation and food pairings, recipes for beer-infused dishes, and fun ideas for beer-themed dinners that let you share your creations with family and friends.

















above 170°F (77°C) before removing the grain, as these actions will introduce too many tannins into your beer. Next, remove the pot from the heat, add the malt extract to the brewpot, and thoroughly stir to make sure all the malt dissolves. If any malt is left sticking to the bottom of the pot it has the potential to burn or scorch. Liquid malt extract is thick and syrupy, so don’t be afraid to dip your can of nearly empty extract into the wort and swirl the hot liquid around inside. (Make sure

8.5 percent, this recipe will use molasses. Brewing with molasses is a tradition that is actually more prevalent in Britain than in Germany, but allowing the worlds to collide can be a fun way to make an ordinary beer a bit more extreme. Be sure to use highgrade, light molasses, which is about 90 percent fermentable. In addition to sugars, molasses contains aromatics that will contribute to the flavor and complexity of this beer. INGREDIENTS Preboil tea 41/2 gallons (17 L) cool water 1 pound

hoppy beers full hop pellets seemed to be of too much of everything, Master Brewers’ Recipes 7. Cool the wort and rack to a fermenter, leaving as 146 Extreme Brewing INDIAN BROWN ALE Bryan Selders, Dogfish Head Craft Brewery INGREDIENTS Pre-boil tea at 150° F (66° C) 6 gallons (23 L) water Grain bag 10 ounces (280 g) crushed British amber malt T his is a stealth beer and its higher alcohol levels are well masked by a fair amount of body. Indian Brown Ale has the color of an American

and more people are discovering the full-flavored diverse beers being made today by American craft breweries, import breweries, and homebrewers. It’s comforting to see so many brewers helping to stretch the boundaries of the definition of good beer along side us. As you make and share your first batch of homebrew, remember that this book is only one of many guides that will lead you on your journey. There are a number of other great homebrew books, websites, and magazines that are referenced in

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