Category: Mash Techniques

January 31, 2011


Turbid Mash Lambic

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Yesterday, I brewed my first Lambic… and dove in feet first with a traditional turbid mash technique. Borrowing notes from the Burgundian Babble Belt, Mike T’s blog and The Liddil Lambic Lesson I did the following recipe and mash schedule: Thanks to Shelby from Final Gravity for stopping by and lending a hand (and sharing […]

January 24, 2011


Small Batch All-grain – Am. Amber #1

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With all of the holidays coming and going along with the increased needs of work and home, it’s been a bit harder to hide out in the garage for half a day firing up the old brew rig. So, I put together a small 2 gallon mash tun (found it discounted at Target too) and […]

January 8, 2011


Micro-mash with a French Press

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An all-grain technique for making yeast starter wort. Simple and cheaper than using DME/LME

November 24, 2010


Munich Helles #1 – 8th Circle of Helles

Historical reference article. On November 21, 2010 I brewed my second decoction mash, a Munich Helles.  This was a single decoction with a fairly standard grain bill for the style.  Simple and clean was the thought behind this one. Here is the recipe:

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