Brewing Techniques and Advice
Make Your Best Strong Scotch Ale
Strong Scotch Ale has some kettle caramelization notes, low hopping levels, some restrained esters, and a rich malty background to balance its high ABV. It’s also a sweet beer, but not too sweet. It’s a tough mark to hit, but you can do it. Here’s how.
Seeing the Color in your Future
Beer color is generally assessed as Standard Reference Method (SRM) values. Brewing software might automatically present a color swatch based on your grain bill, but with nothing more than a calculator, you can estimate your recipe’s SRM.
Make Your Best German Pilsner
Not only is this German Pilsner a delightfully simple recipe that produces a crystal-clear look and flavor profile, but it’s a beer you can brew and then ignore in the fermentor for a few weeks—and then have in time for the 4th of July.