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Mar 09, 2016 22:22 |  #181

Your honey wheat peach ale sounds awesome.


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Mar 11, 2016 08:49 |  #182

elitejp wrote in post #17930002 (external link)
Your honey wheat peach ale sounds awesome.

Imperial Peach Honey Wheat

Batch Size 6.00 Gallons
Boil Size 5.00 Gallons @ 60 min
OG 1.098
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Color 6.4° SRM
Efficiency 75%
Bitterness 17.9 IBU (tinseth)
Alcohol 9.4% ABV

Ingredients
2lb - Munich Light - CA
5lb - Dry Malt Extract - Wheat
3lb - Dry Malt Extract – Extra Light
6lb - Honey
9lb - Frozen Peaches

1oz Cascade Pellet @ 60 min
1oz Cascade Pellet @ 15 min

Wyeast Weihenstephan Weizen 3068

Steep Grains in a muslin bag at 155F for 30 minutes in 4 gallons of water. Remove grain and rinse with an additional gallon of water. Do not squeeze grain. Add DME and bring 5 gallons to a boil for a 60 minutes. Carefully watch wort as DME will foam up and boil over. Add hops per above schedule. Add 3lb honey at 30 minutes left in boil. Add 3lb honey at 15 minutes left in boil. At end of boil quickly cool wort. Pour cooled wort into sanitized fermenter add water to reach 6 gallons. Take hydrometer reading and add Yeast and aerate. Primary fermentation 7 days or when Final Gravity reaches 1.024 or lower.

2-3 days prior to secondary fermentation, soak the frozen peaches in 750ml of Pinnacle Peach vodka. When primary fermentation is complete, strain peaches and place in secondary fermenter, rack beer from primary into secondary on top of the peaches. Leave in secondary for 7 days, then bottle or keg.

Not my favorite beer, but I have brewed his twice and is actually a favorite of many that have tried it. Has a bit of a mead profile with the amount of honey and a huge peach flavor. Great summer brew.


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Mar 11, 2016 12:29 |  #183

corythosaurus wrote in post #17931557 (external link)
Imperial Peach Honey Wheat

Batch Size 6.00 Gallons
Boil Size 5.00 Gallons @ 60 min
OG 1.098
FG 1.024
Color 6.4° SRM
Efficiency 75%
Bitterness 17.9 IBU (tinseth)
Alcohol 9.4% ABV

Ingredients
2lb - Munich Light - CA
5lb - Dry Malt Extract - Wheat
3lb - Dry Malt Extract – Extra Light
6lb - Honey
9lb - Frozen Peaches

1oz Cascade Pellet @ 60 min
1oz Cascade Pellet @ 15 min

Wyeast Weihenstephan Weizen 3068

Steep Grains in a muslin bag at 155F for 30 minutes in 4 gallons of water. Remove grain and rinse with an additional gallon of water. Do not squeeze grain. Add DME and bring 5 gallons to a boil for a 60 minutes. Carefully watch wort as DME will foam up and boil over. Add hops per above schedule. Add 3lb honey at 30 minutes left in boil. Add 3lb honey at 15 minutes left in boil. At end of boil quickly cool wort. Pour cooled wort into sanitized fermenter add water to reach 6 gallons. Take hydrometer reading and add Yeast and aerate. Primary fermentation 7 days or when Final Gravity reaches 1.024 or lower.

2-3 days prior to secondary fermentation, soak the frozen peaches in 750ml of Pinnacle Peach vodka. When primary fermentation is complete, strain peaches and place in secondary fermenter, rack beer from primary into secondary on top of the peaches. Leave in secondary for 7 days, then bottle or keg.

Not my favorite beer, but I have brewed his twice and is actually a favorite of many that have tried it. Has a bit of a mead profile with the amount of honey and a huge peach flavor. Great summer brew.

For writing a recipe like this, the hops units aren't very useful information. You should use different units than oz, like AAU. Or you should include the AA% of the hops. The AA% of hops varies from year to year, mfr to mfr, etc. If you use AAU units or include the AA% then whoever takes the recipe can adjust their addition to match. In this specific instance, we're lucky that all the hops additions are the same variety, so we can assume that the AA% is the same, but it does create a bit of extra work and math to do in order to figure out how much hops to add for each addition.

Also, some changes to the process that I would recommend... Avoid adding water post boil, much better to have that water boiled for at least 15 minutes. Stir constantly when adding the honey as it could scorch by running straight to the bottom of the kettle. Take a gravity reading after a few days on the peaches, if it has risen, you'll want to watch it over a few days and if it is dropping wait until it stabilizes to bottle to avoid bottle bombs.

Hope this helps.

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Mar 13, 2016 14:38 |  #184

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Michelob Amberbock Beer. This was shot using my Canon 85mm f1.8 lens. No flash, just natural light.

My neighbor keeps me in ample supply of all manner of beers. Of course, once opened, the beer must be consumed. It's a dirty job, but someone has to do it!

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Wow! That result is amazing? What did you do in OP? Great photo!


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Mar 13, 2016 16:33 |  #185

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Wow! That result is amazing? What did you do in OP? Great photo!

Thanks. I'm not sure what you mean by OP but for 99% of my "adult Beverages" shots, I use no flash, just the lights from my home bar in the background and natural light coming in through a sliding glass door, front left for "fill". Note that this was a 6 second exposure so I used my tripod and a wireless remote to take the exposure. The rest of any edits is done using Photoshop 2015CC

That's one great advantage of using a mirrorless camera system like my Sony a7rII, I can see the results of my settings through the rear LCD before I take the shot and can adjust accordingly.

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Mar 15, 2016 05:11 |  #186

How I so enjoyed an ice cold beer in an ice cold jar of ice cold ice in 100° weather.


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Mar 24, 2016 16:07 |  #187

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Mar 24, 2016 20:09 |  #188

Homebrew - Black IPA


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Mar 24, 2016 20:11 |  #189

Tap handles could be a whole series in itself. Nicely done.


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Apr 09, 2016 14:29 |  #190

On behalf of National Beer Day last Thursday!


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Apr 19, 2016 07:41 |  #191

The best place to enjoy a Bootie Beer! It makes the rest of the river more exciting too...


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Apr 23, 2016 05:58 |  #194

From a recent trip to Flying Dog brewery in Frederick, Maryland.


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Apr 23, 2016 06:06 |  #195

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