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BeerSmith 2 – $18.99

Homebrew Finds - Sun, 10/12/2014 - 13:45

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BeerSmith Software 2.0 BK915 - $18.99 + Free Shipping with $59 Order

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Beer In Ads #1340: Saturday Afternoon At Sportsman’s Park

Brookston Beer Bulletin - Sat, 10/11/2014 - 21:02
Saturday’s ad is another one from the United Brewers Industrial Foundation, from 1945. This was the year before the “Beer Belongs” series began. These were similar, and used the “Beer Belongs” tagline, but were unnumbered stand-alones. They each featured a painting by...

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Guest Post: Staying Warm this Winter – The Bloated Bagpipe Wee Heavy + Free EcoGrowler Offer

Homebrew Finds - Sat, 10/11/2014 - 14:00

Special Thanks to Wes via Great Fermentations for this post!

Hello everyone, and welcome again to Brew Along with Us! For this month’s recipe, I’m turning to a style that I felt would work well for the upcoming cool months: a strong Scotch ale, also commonly known as a wee heavy.

Wee heavies tend to be beers that are big on malt, higher in alcohol, and low on hops; having hopping rates that are just enough to balance the sweetness from the malt. They have an alcohol warmth that is present, but not overpowering. Many recipes can be, and have been, as simple as a good, rich Scottish pale ale malt used as the base, with a little dark roasted malt for color. However, modern Scottish breweries and home brewers tend to use a few specialty grains to round out the grain bill, making a more complex finished product. Water used in brewing wee heavy beers should be heavy in calcium and chloride but low in sulfates, in order to be balanced toward malt character.

The brewing process is a bit more complex than some of your easier ales. While a single infusion mash can be used, it is usually at a higher temperature, anywhere in the range from 154-158F. This makes a more dextrinous wort with a heavier body. Longer boiling times also can help concentrate sugars and slightly caramelize the wort, a feature of wee heavy ales. In fact, if you are feeling adventurous, you may take a gallon of the first runnings and reduce it by boiling until it is syrupy, then adding back to the main body of wort and continuing with the boil.

Hops aren’t a strong feature of wee heavies, so a simple bittering addition with a small flavor or aroma addition for complexity will suffice. Because Scotland does not grow hops commercially, English hops are most often used. In this case, I’m going with Fuggle hops.

Anyone who has tasted a good commercial example of a wee heavy knows that they are full of malt character and body without being over sweet. They also tend to be relatively clean, in spite of restrained low ester levels that should come off as darker fruits, such as plum and raisin. This profile comes from low ale fermentation temperatures, usually followed by a cold conditioning or cellaring period during which the beer ages and mellows. Brewing a wee heavy can be a lot like brewing a lager, but with a neutral ale strain that is tolerant of low temperature ranges. Wyeast’s Scottish Ale yeast is ideal in this respect. Yeast can be pitched relatively cool, around 55-60F, and allowed to rise a few degrees over the first few days. A cool fermentation is recommended, not exceeding 65F, and may last several weeks. In this recipe, I recommend a primary fermentation at 60F for three weeks, then cold conditioning at 35F-45F for six to twelve weeks. While it will be ready to drink after primary fermentation, the cold conditioning will allow the beer to mature and develop into something incredible.

Note that this recipe calls for a 90 minute boil, so adjust your volumes to make up for the extra water lost to evaporation. I would start out with 7.5 gallons pre-boil volume in order to get 5.5 gallons in the fermenter, but your mileage may vary.

There you have it! Give this wee heavy recipe a try, and give us some feedback to let us know what you think about it. Cheers!

The Bloated Bagpipe Wee Heavy Recipe (for final volume of 5.5 gallons)

Specs
Estimated O.G. = 1.094
Estimated F.G. = 1.025
Estimated ABV = 9.1%
Estimated bitterness = 25 IBUs

Grain Bill
17 lbs. Simpson’s Golden Promise malt
2 lbs. Avangard Munich malt
0.5 lb. Simpson’s Dark crystal malt
0.25 lb. Munton’s Black Patent Malt

Hops
1.5 oz. Fuggle hops (5.3% AA), added with 60 minutes left in the 90 minute boil
0.5 oz. Fuggle hops, added with 30 minutes left in the boil

Yeast
3 packs (or make an appropriate starter) Wyeast 1728XL Scottish ale yeast, or 2 packs Safale S-05 American ale yeast

Brewing Process

  • Perform a single infusion mash at 156F for 60 minutes. Drain and sparge to collect wort, then proceed with a 90 minute boil. If desired, take one gallon of the first runnings and boil it separately until it has reached a syrupy consistency, then add it back to the main volume of wort and continue with the boil.
  • Chill to 55 to 60F, pitch yeast and ferment for three weeks at 60F.
  • Once primary fermentation is complete, you may choose to bottle or keg directly, or perform a secondary fermentation. Either way, a cold conditioning or cellaring step is recommended in order to age the beer. If cold conditioning, do so at 35-45F for six t to twelve weeks before serving.

Extract Version: Replace the Golden Promise malt with 13.2 lbs (4 cans) of Munton’s Maris Otter light liquid malt extract, 1 lb of amber dry malt extract, and 1 lb of light dry malt extract. Steep the specialty grains (Munich malt, Simpson’s dark crystal, and black patent) at 150-155F for 30 minutes using a muslin grain bag. Remove the bag, allowing the grains to drain into the boil kettle. Turn off the flame and dissolve the extracts in the kettle. Turn the flame back on, bring to a boil and proceed as normal, boiling for 90 minutes total. You may wish to take 1 gallon of the wort and boil it down to a syrupy consistency, then add that back to the main volume of wort and proceed with the 90 minute boil, then follow procedure for chilling, pitching and conditioning as listed above.

About the Author Wes has had an intense interest in brewing craft beer for ages. His brother, a brewer at Hair of the Dog in Portland Oregon, as well as the head brewer at Alameda Brewhouse, a local brewpub, first introduced Wes to craft beer during summer trips to Oregon when he was younger. After graduating with a degree in Communication from Indiana University, Wes went to Korea to teach English. Unable to find a good beer in the country, Wes soon turned to home brewing to produce his much-loved ales. Upon returning to the states, his interest took off, and he continued brewing incessantly while taking biology and chemistry classes at IUPUI. As of 2014 he has been brewing for seven years. Known around Great Fermentations as a serial brewer, he produces a vast array of different beers, as well as wine, mead and cider.

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Beer In Ads #1339: Harvest Time

Brookston Beer Bulletin - Fri, 10/10/2014 - 23:07
Friday’s ad is another one from the United Brewers Industrial Foundation, from 1945. This was the year before the “Beer Belongs” series began. These were similar, and used the “Beer Belongs” tagline, but were unnumbered stand-alones. They each featured a painting by a...

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Stone Brewing names Richmond Virginia as destination for $74 million East Coast hub

BeerPulse - Fri, 10/10/2014 - 18:31

NewsWire: 

(Escondido, CA) – San Diego-based Stone Brewing Co. announced it has signed a formal letter of intent with the City of Richmond, Virginia, signifying the company’s interest in building its East Coast facility in the city’s Greater Fulton Community. Subject to local approvals, Stone plans to invest $74 million to construct a production brewery, packaging hall, destination restaurant, retail store and its administrative offices. Construction of the facilities will occur in phases. The brewery is anticipated to be operational in late 2015 or early 2016, with Stone Brewing World Bistro & Gardens opening a year or two after that. Ultimately, the company will employ more than 288 people.

“The search for our location east of the Mississippi River was no easy endeavor,” said Stone President and Co-founder Steve Wagner. “We received and reviewed hundreds of proposals, visited more than 40 sites, and received quite a bit of attention from communities and craft beer fans. The three finalist cities each provided diverse offerings, however, we decided to begin next-step negotiations with Richmond because of their ability to meet our extensive site requirements, subject to the city’s approval. We also feel that Richmond’s vibrant energy and impressive craft beer culture, along with the uniqueness of the property, will allow us to create a truly memorable Stone experience for our fans. We are honored by the amount of time and effort all the communities that submitted proposals put forth, and we want to specifically thank Virginia Governor Terry McAuliffe and Richmond Mayor Dwight C. Jones for welcoming us.”

Adds Stone CEO and Co-founder Greg Koch, “A facility on the East Coast will allow us to meet demand for our beer, ensure we are providing our fans with the freshest beer possible and also serve as a distribution hub for states located east of the Mississippi. We look forward to becoming an integral part of the lively craft beer community in Richmond, the state of Virginia and the entire eastern U.S.”

Stone anticipates building a 200,000 square-foot production brewery and distribution facility on 14 acres of land. Equipped with a 250-barrel brewhouse, the brewery will produce year-round and special-release beers to be bottled, kegged and distributed, as well as enjoyed on-site. The company also plans to renovate a two-story, 30,000 square-foot building, transforming it into a destination restaurant spanning four acres and highlighting locally grown organic food, complementing the harmonious nature and seasonality of the location’s surroundings. The restaurant will feature beautifully landscaped gardens where visitors will be able to enjoy craft beer, dine and relax in an inviting atmosphere.

“Today’s announcement marks the fruition of months of partnership and aggressive efforts to show Stone Brewing Co. that Virginia is the best state for its new craft beer production and hospitality facility,” said Virginia Governor Terry McAuliffe. “The company received submissions from more than 20 states, and the Commonwealth of Virginia was selected. This competitive, high-profile project really puts Virginia on the map and cements our standing as a serious player in the craft beer industry. In addition to Stone’s significant investment and more than 288 new jobs, the far-reaching economic benefits of this operation are innumerable. The City of Richmond offers the infrastructure, available site and building, and natural resources that will allow the company to thrive and grow, and we are confident that Stone will benefit from the Commonwealth’s excellent business environment for years to come. Today is an achievement of great magnitude, and we are excited to welcome Stone Brewing Co. to Virginia.”

“We are thrilled about Stone’s decision to choose Richmond as its East Coast production and distribution facility location,” said Richmond Mayor Dwight C. Jones. “After competing with 20 other states, we are so pleased that Stone has discovered those attributes that make Richmond a great place to do business. The fact that they have chosen a site in the Greater Fulton Community underscores their understanding of the rich history and natural assets that we have to offer. As they bring their unique craft beer and visionary business model here, I look forward to the many opportunities that lay ahead with Stone.”

This is the second expansion announcement Stone has made this year. In July, the company unveiled it will become the first American craft brewer to independently own and operate a brewery in Europe with the opening of Stone Brewing Co. – Berlin.

 

 

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Stone Brewing names Richmond Virginia as destination for $74 million East Coast hub

BeerNews.org - Fri, 10/10/2014 - 18:31

NewsWire: 

(Escondido, CA) – San Diego-based Stone Brewing Co. announced it has signed a formal letter of intent with the City of Richmond, Virginia, signifying the company’s interest in building its East Coast facility in the city’s Greater Fulton Community. Subject to local approvals, Stone plans to invest $74 million to construct a production brewery, packaging hall, destination restaurant, retail store and its administrative offices. Construction of the facilities will occur in phases. The brewery is anticipated to be operational in late 2015 or early 2016, with Stone Brewing World Bistro & Gardens opening a year or two after that. Ultimately, the company will employ more than 288 people.

“The search for our location east of the Mississippi River was no easy endeavor,” said Stone President and Co-founder Steve Wagner. “We received and reviewed hundreds of proposals, visited more than 40 sites, and received quite a bit of attention from communities and craft beer fans. The three finalist cities each provided diverse offerings, however, we decided to begin next-step negotiations with Richmond because of their ability to meet our extensive site requirements, subject to the city’s approval. We also feel that Richmond’s vibrant energy and impressive craft beer culture, along with the uniqueness of the property, will allow us to create a truly memorable Stone experience for our fans. We are honored by the amount of time and effort all the communities that submitted proposals put forth, and we want to specifically thank Virginia Governor Terry McAuliffe and Richmond Mayor Dwight C. Jones for welcoming us.”

Adds Stone CEO and Co-founder Greg Koch, “A facility on the East Coast will allow us to meet demand for our beer, ensure we are providing our fans with the freshest beer possible and also serve as a distribution hub for states located east of the Mississippi. We look forward to becoming an integral part of the lively craft beer community in Richmond, the state of Virginia and the entire eastern U.S.”

Stone anticipates building a 200,000 square-foot production brewery and distribution facility on 14 acres of land. Equipped with a 250-barrel brewhouse, the brewery will produce year-round and special-release beers to be bottled, kegged and distributed, as well as enjoyed on-site. The company also plans to renovate a two-story, 30,000 square-foot building, transforming it into a destination restaurant spanning four acres and highlighting locally grown organic food, complementing the harmonious nature and seasonality of the location’s surroundings. The restaurant will feature beautifully landscaped gardens where visitors will be able to enjoy craft beer, dine and relax in an inviting atmosphere.

“Today’s announcement marks the fruition of months of partnership and aggressive efforts to show Stone Brewing Co. that Virginia is the best state for its new craft beer production and hospitality facility,” said Virginia Governor Terry McAuliffe. “The company received submissions from more than 20 states, and the Commonwealth of Virginia was selected. This competitive, high-profile project really puts Virginia on the map and cements our standing as a serious player in the craft beer industry. In addition to Stone’s significant investment and more than 288 new jobs, the far-reaching economic benefits of this operation are innumerable. The City of Richmond offers the infrastructure, available site and building, and natural resources that will allow the company to thrive and grow, and we are confident that Stone will benefit from the Commonwealth’s excellent business environment for years to come. Today is an achievement of great magnitude, and we are excited to welcome Stone Brewing Co. to Virginia.”

“We are thrilled about Stone’s decision to choose Richmond as its East Coast production and distribution facility location,” said Richmond Mayor Dwight C. Jones. “After competing with 20 other states, we are so pleased that Stone has discovered those attributes that make Richmond a great place to do business. The fact that they have chosen a site in the Greater Fulton Community underscores their understanding of the rich history and natural assets that we have to offer. As they bring their unique craft beer and visionary business model here, I look forward to the many opportunities that lay ahead with Stone.”

This is the second expansion announcement Stone has made this year. In July, the company unveiled it will become the first American craft brewer to independently own and operate a brewery in Europe with the opening of Stone Brewing Co. – Berlin.

 

 

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All Hopped Up For The Cure 2014

Brookston Beer Bulletin - Fri, 10/10/2014 - 14:20
Last night, Russian River Brewing kicked off their annual month-long All Hopped Up For the Cure charity event, raising money for the local Sutter Medical Services in Santa Rosa and specifically their Breast Care Center. They do it every October, in conjunction with Breast Cancer Awareness Month, a...

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Discounted Blichmann BoilerMaker G1 Kettles w/Slight Cosmetic Defect

Homebrew Finds - Fri, 10/10/2014 - 11:57

Adventures in Homebrewing has access to a supply of Blichmann BoilerMaker Kettles with Slight Cosmetic Defects.  Blichmann has standard pricing, they don’t do sales or discounts.  This is one of a few opportunities to get discounted Blichmann gear.

The last I knew, these were sold out.  The last time I posted about their availability was back in July.  Looking through AIH’s website I see all sizes are available again (except 55 gallon) with a 1 week lead time.  Since G1s are out of production, I’m guessing availability is limited.  This is a great kettle.  I’ve used two of the 10 gallons for years.

These ship for free and AIH also offers reward points.  That comes out to 5% back toward a future purchase.

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Announcing… CrushTag Winemaking Labels

Homebrew Finds - Fri, 10/10/2014 - 11:01

from GrogTag:

Announcing CrushTag – the premiere labeling site for winemakers!

The makers of GrogTag, the homebrew label site, launched CrushTag.com this month with a complete line of products for all your home winemaking label needs.  Designed solely for winemakers and featuring products like wet-strength paper labels, reusable vinyl labels, coasters, bottle collar hang tags, and metal signs – all with professional and customizable design templates!   CrushTag is the premier destination for people looking to brand their wines.

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Beer Birthday: Barbara Groom

Brookston Beer Bulletin - Fri, 10/10/2014 - 09:30
Today is the birthday of Barbara Groom, co-founder of Lost Coast Brewing in Eureka, California. I first met Barbara when I was the beer buyer at BevMo in the mid-1990s and our paths have crossed on occasion ever since. She makes terrific beers and her brewery recently celebrated its 20th...

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Two Tap Jockey Box – $249.99 Shipped, Save $50

Homebrew Finds - Fri, 10/10/2014 - 09:07


Product Description - Here. Use coupon code BEERDEAL to get this discount.

Draft Box With Two 50 Foot Coils D1910 - $249.99 + Free Shipping

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Great Deal: 12″ Stainless Steel False Bottom – $32.99

Homebrew Finds - Fri, 10/10/2014 - 08:41

via RiteBrew… 12″ Stainless False Bottom for $32.99.

840836 – False Bottom 12″ – Stainless - $32.99

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Ends Soon: $10 Off $50 at More Beer!

Homebrew Finds - Fri, 10/10/2014 - 07:11

To celebrate 50,000 likes on Facebook MoreBeer is offering $10 Off a $50 order when you use promo code THANKS50K.  For an exact $50 order, this is a 20% discount!

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Ends Soon: Beerloved 10% Off Sale – Includes Drink Tanks Growler (Save $23.51)

Homebrew Finds - Fri, 10/10/2014 - 06:53

This sale is ending…

Beerloved is offering 10% Off Site Wide when you use promo code OKTOBEERFEST.

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This applies to the Drink Tanks Growler & Keg Cap Combo - Hands on Review.  The discount brings the double wall, vacuum insulated Drink Tanks Growler and Keg Cap Kit down $103.49.  Orders of $100 or more ship for free, so shipping is also free.  In all this is a savings of $23.51 vs direct.  This is a great deal for this growler.  Compare at $127 shipped.

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Beer In Ads #1338: Western Barbecue

Brookston Beer Bulletin - Thu, 10/09/2014 - 22:33
Thursday’s ad is another one from the United Brewers Industrial Foundation, from 1945. This was the year before the “Beer Belongs” series began. These were similar, and used the “Beer Belongs” tagline, but were unnumbered stand-alones. They each featured a painting by...

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Malt: A Practical Guide from Field to Brewhouse – $13.49, Pre-Order, New Record Low

Homebrew Finds - Thu, 10/09/2014 - 19:38


Malt: A Practical Guide from Field to Brewhouse, the fourth and final title in the Brewing Elements Series has been available for pre-order for a while (since February of this year).  It has just dropped from $15 to a new record low Amazon price of $13.49.  If you purchase this title now, it comes with a “Pre-order Price Guarantee”.  If the price on this title drops between now and the release date, you’ll automatically receive the lower price.

Malt: A Practical Guide from Field to Brewhouse - $13.49 + Pre-order Price Guarantee + Free Shipping with $35 order

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New 5 Gallon Italian Made Ball Lock Keg – $109.99 Shipped

Homebrew Finds - Thu, 10/09/2014 - 19:03

This Brand New Italian Ball Lock Keg is selling for $119.99.  That’s a standalone great price for this keg.  To celebrate 50,000 likes on Facebook MoreBeer is offering $10 Off a $50 order when you use promo code THANKS50K.   That applies to this keg and makes it $109.99.  Shipping is free.

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