Alright, I’ve been meaning to get around to this for some time, and well, I just never got around to it. I’d love to share some of my homebrew recipes with readers here, and there’s no time like the present to start.
First, let’s jump back to when I started homebrewing. In the summer of 2012, I bought a one gallon homebrew kit for something like $40, just to see how I would like it. It included most of what was needed, including the ingredients. It was an extract kit designed to brew on the stovetop in kitchen pots already on hand. It was an IPA, and of course I ended up adding more hops than the recipe was designed for, because, well, you can’t have too many hops. The beer turned out pretty nice for a first effort. From there, I did about 4 more of those one gallon recipe kits, tweaking each recipe with something different, like adding pumpkin spices to an amber ale and basil to a wheat ale.
That fall, I decided I liked brewing enough to go ahead and start doing 5 gallon batches. I wa
Source: The Ale Runner
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