Sensory Methods
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Sensory Methods

Adapted from an article “Brew your Own Magazine” July-August 2018. Techniques by Aaron Hyde. Tasting Malt: most of the time I taste along the way during the brew and also I’ve tasted raw grains, malts etc. There’s a quick liking to a sweet wort as a beverage and sometimes some refrigerated wort is a pleasant … Continue reading

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Labelling bottles

Usually I don’t have more than a few dozen of bottles either carbonating or ready to serve. I’ve tried different methods of labelling the bottles. The simpler the better. Labelling the fermenters was done by making a plastic tag with a hole large enough to fit the base of the airlock through, the label cut … Continue reading

#74 Mild Scotch Ale
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#74 Mild Scotch Ale

A touch of chocolate malt, actually a mix of ingredients before a resupply.                BeerSmith 2 Recipe Printout – http://www.beersmith.com Recipe: #74 2017 Mild Scotch Ale Brewer: Peabody Pico Asst Brewer: Style: Strong Scotch Ale TYPE: All Grain Taste: (30.0) Recipe Specifications ————————– Boil Size: 2.688 gal Post Boil Volume: 2.188 gal Batch Size (fermenter): 2.000 … Continue reading