Author Archives: Kodiak

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

Brew in 2020: Belgian Saison (no fruit additions) We brewed the Saison on right after New years using the Wyeast 3724 strain to ferment starting at room temperature.  As expected it stalled at around 1.032 (read up on this yeast … Continue reading

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London Stout

8/31/2019 10-gallon primary batch sparge 18 lb 2-row Northwest Pale 1.5 lb Crystal 60 1 lb Chocolate malt 350 love 1.5 lb roasted barley 300 love Hops: 1.0 whole hops Yakima – start of boil 1.5 ounce Norther Brewer hops … Continue reading

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London Brown Ale 10 + 5 gallon batch

Today I am brewing a Brown London Ale using Wyeast 1318 yeast, which is a “London Ale III”. Here I will do my standard 10 gallon batch sparge, but also do a 2nd running on the (same grain) and brew … Continue reading

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Wild Blonde Ale

About 5 weeks ago we brewed a Blonde Ale / here I wanted to experiment more with the wild yeast culture that I have collected from raspberries in summer of 2018. This is my second attempt, the first was brewing … Continue reading

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Wild Farmhouse Ale

some warning – this was my first time collecting wild yeast and fermenting using it, there is a lot more to wild yeasts than meets the eye and more than I wrote in this blog, I am aware of it … Continue reading

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Kviek Norwegian Farmhouse Ale

10 gallon batch. Today 1/6/2019 we brewed a Norwegian Farmhouse Ale – but not using any traditional means, just a farmhouse grain stack with yeast – Imperial Yeast A43 Loki. I will brew this again in the future using the … Continue reading

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How-To process the raw Beeruino data using R

One of the first things after getting the Beeruino working, is to leave it running in your brewing environment where fermentation will take place. Let it capture a few weeks worth of data, maybe even during different seasons, then learn … Continue reading

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Hazy Stone Fruit Ale / Single Malt, Dual Hop – SMaSH, SMaDH

It is said that in order to become really good, or semi-pro or Pro beer Crafter, at the very least you need to be able to consistently create good beer from just one grain and either one hop or some … Continue reading

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English style “Old Rasputin Russian Imperial Stout” – Clone All Grain 8 gallon Recipe

This beer was brewed on June 24th – OG was at 1.082.  We did a vigorous boil for 90 minutes to get down to target.  About 7.5 ~ 8 gallons was brewed, we expect this to end up at 9% … Continue reading

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Strawberry Grape Wine 4 gallons

This is out 3rd time making wine (first 1 gallon, 2nd 2.5 gallon) and now we feel confident to scale higher to 4 gallons.  One benefit of making wine from kits or raw ingredients, is that it helps you to … Continue reading

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