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Apricot Belgian Blonde 10 Gallon Recipe // All Grain

brew-day: 12/26/2015 // OG – 1.072 // Update on temp. chart of fermentation later along with FG, we are hoping for 8%.  This recipe originally called for 3lb of sugar, we used 1.5lb.  If you want 9%, add that extra … Continue reading

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Belgian Stout All Grain Recipe

  September 11th, 2016 Brew: ( 10 gallon batch )… OG 1.080 // Sep 11, 2016 FG 1.012 // Sep 24, 2016 Fermentation took a solid week.  ABV 8.9% // SRM 25 90 Minutes Mash at around 148F, followed by … Continue reading

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Belgian/French Saison aka Farmhouse Ale Recipe +Fruit – All Grain

Brew in 2017: Belgian Raspberry Saison picture below ( wort after mashing finished, continually recirculated ):   4/9/2017: Today we have brewed a Belgian Saison – using the Wheast 3724 strain.  If you read about this strains feedback and requirements … Continue reading

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Belgian Abbey Ale – 5/10 + gallon batch

Above picture was taken on a frosty November morning 11/23/2013. Belgian beer in general needs to be aged properly for longer than your average, we recommend at least a good 3 months, you will noticed the beer get considerably better … Continue reading

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Belgian Pale Ale – 5 gallon batch

A lighter Belgian beer, similar to a English Ale – with a medium copper color. Not overly hoppy or malty. Brewed on 4/7/2013 – OG was 1.059 Kegged Beer on 4/14/2013 – FG was 1.015 ABV% 5.78% Standard mash at … Continue reading

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Belgian White Ale – All Grain Recipe – 10 Gallons All Grain

 Dude, its like drinking WOW in your mouth! ( the picture above was of only a 3 week old test pour out of Keg that was cold dropped only for overnight, that’s less than 24 hours!!! – makes HUGE difference! … Continue reading

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Noble Trappist Ale (Belgian) – All Grain Recipe

Noble Trappist Ale (Belgian), 5.3% Alcohol, OG 1.053, Avg IBU 37 [time to ready 2 months] – use 1.25 quarts per lb of grain for Mash, then 1/2 gallon per pound of grain for the Sparge. Total boil after mashing … Continue reading

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a 10% Belgian Tripple Ale – 5 Gallon All Grain Recipe

Belgian Triple Ale In case you are wondering if a 10% ABV beer would taste different, this one doesn’t really, and YES! a single glass WILL KICK YOUR ASS!  This is NOT a Coors Light, drink slow and responsibly – … Continue reading

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Kodiak’s Belgian Dark Strong Ale – All Grain

        z List of ingredients for a 5 gallon all-grain recipe.  This is considered a higher gravity beer, and so it requires yeast made for high gravity beers of this type.  We use Wyeast 3787 Trappist HG. … Continue reading

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