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husband and father pastor @ the evergreen community homebrewer and beer enthusiast

Soul Glo NEIPA #4

This recipe is really close to perfect in my mind. The last edition I made with Nelson, Citra, and Galaxy (#2) was almost perfect. I made a few minor tweaks that I think will make it even better. I lowered … Continue reading

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Mexican Lager (Kind of)

I haven’t made a lager yet this year because I haven’t been able to brew a lot so have wanted to get something in the keg more quickly when I actually had time to brew. But it’s summer and a … Continue reading

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Summer Saison

I haven’t brewed a saison yet this year so I wanted to brew a fairly simply, dry, low ABV saison for warmer weather. My fermentation chamber is also full, so I wanted to brew a beer that could ferment at … Continue reading

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American Wheat (Hallertau Blanc)

This weekend I’m going to brew up a low alcohol American Wheat beer that I think will pair well with Hallertau Blanc hops. I did a hoppy belgian table beer earlier this year with Blanc and Jester hops. Wasn’t impressed … Continue reading

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NE Pale (Centennial, Mosaic, El Dorado)

I was set to brew another version of the NE IPA with Nelson, Galaxy and Citra hops but realized I was out of DME to make a yeast starter with the London III! So with just a smack pack in … Continue reading

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Kolsch

It’s been several years since I’ve brewed a Kolsch and the last time I don’t think I had my temperature control dialed in which makes this a really tough beer to make well. I plan on fermenting this @ 60 … Continue reading

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Soul Glo IPA 3

The last hazy NE IPA with Nelson, Galaxy and Citra came out perfectly. I’m not sure what I would change on it. The yeast, the early first dry hop, the amount of oats and wheat, all work out incredibly well. … Continue reading

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