Monthly Archives: November 2011

Mystery Beer

I look forward to Saturdays. During the week, we plan what to brew,  and make sure we have everything we need to carry out our next tasty invention. we decide which hops, which malt, & which yeast to use and … Continue reading

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A word about Yeast

We give our yeast a head start. We get active fermentation within 6 hours after brewing. Boil 2000 ml water with 1/2 cup DME. Cool the water to 80 F. Add a vial of yeast and cover with sterilized foil. … Continue reading

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I realized ; I love beer!

I love brewing beer. I love the smells, I love the process of pairing yeasts, hops and malts to invent a unique brew to share with friends & family. Most of all I love hanging out with family, listening to … Continue reading

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Happy Thanksgiving

We have so much to be thankful for. Our freedom here in the United States is at the top of the list. Freedom of Religion/no Religion. Freedom to choose what career you want or where you want to work. Freedom … Continue reading

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It’s Pink!

Yesterday we brewed our holiday cranberry/orange peel ale. This morning our blow off (from the right carboy) is pink! This will be an interesting beer! Recipe will be posted very soon, along with reviews!

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Ligero Brewing Company’s “CranBeery”

Cranbeery is our Christmas Beer. It has Cranberries and Orange Peel in it! Style Information Name: CranBeery Recipe Type: extract Category: Pale Ale Type: Ale   Grains & Extracts Name Amount Notes Golden Light DME 7 Hops Name Amount Alpha … Continue reading

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Strainer use – 11/11/11

We have found that to keep trube (sediment at the bottom of the fermenter) and floating particles out of our finished, bottled product; the use of a strainer comes in handy. The syphoning tube has a cap on it that … Continue reading

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