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  1. OldRalHoleBrewing

    Cure-All

    I just let it ferment out then bottle it. I don't think racking would hurt it, but I haven't tried yet.
  2. OldRalHoleBrewing

    Heather and Honey Scottish Export Ale

    OG: 1.065 FG: 1.013 ABV: 6.8% Fermentables -9.5 lbs Briess 2-row -0.5 lb Briess Munich 10L -0.5 lb Gambrinus Honey Malt -0.25 lb Crisp Pale Chocolate -0.25 lbs Briess Caramel 120 -1 lb Briess Caramel 40 -1 lb honey (added at end of boil) Hops -0.8 oz Northern Brewer 8.8%AA 60 min Yeast...
  3. OldRalHoleBrewing

    Heather and Honey Scottish Export Ale

    As seen on my blog, Bunker Brewing: Heather and Honey Scottish Export (80 Shilling) OG: 1.065 FG: 1.013 ABV: 6.8% Fermentables -9.5 lbs Briess 2-row -0.5 lb Briess Munich 10L -0.5 lb Gambrinus Honey Malt -0.25 lb Crisp Pale Chocolate -0.25 lbs Briess Caramel 120 -1 lb Briess...
  4. OldRalHoleBrewing

    Black (non-Cascadian) IPA

    from our blog at: http://www.bunkerbrewing.blogspot.com Black IPA Here's our recent Black IPA recipe. I refrain from calling it a "Cascadian Dark Ale" becuase there are no cascade-like hops present. We were going for more of an earthy hop presence. Here we go: Fermentables: -8 lbs US...
  5. OldRalHoleBrewing

    Sour Mash Crick

    Yes, and it is great. It's a little too sour for my lady, but then again, she's not a fan of sour tastes in general. I really dig this stuff alot, been drinking a couple every night since it's been carbed. The sourness comes through great! As stated above, it's tart, but not to the point of...
  6. OldRalHoleBrewing

    Wanted: Sour beer lovers to taste a sour mash beer

    Sounds good! I love a good Weiss!
  7. OldRalHoleBrewing

    Wanted: Sour beer lovers to taste a sour mash beer

    Go ahead, I made a 5 gal batch of this and I'm aging some bottles, you should get one or two aged until around my birthday by then!
  8. OldRalHoleBrewing

    Sour Mash Crick

    You haven't smelled it yet! It could just be the way my sniffer works (I know different people pick up different scent subtleties). I didn't use corn or any adjunct besides wheat in my mash, but nonetheless, it was a sour mash. It may not be distilled, but at room temperature, I catch...
  9. OldRalHoleBrewing

    Sour Mash Crick

    no, I mean sour mash whiskey. It has a distinctly sour and tart taste to it. I'm talking bourbon i.e. Jim Beam, Old Crow, Mark Twain etc... Get a whiff
  10. OldRalHoleBrewing

    Wanted: Sour beer lovers to taste a sour mash beer

    I want some true sour beer lovers to taste my Sour Cherry Crick. So if you'd like to taste this Sour Mash, Oak-fermented Cherry wheat ale, (imitation Kriek), I'm open to trades for other homebrews or craft brews. Anyone interested either contact me on here or email at [email protected]...
  11. OldRalHoleBrewing

    Sour Mash Crick

    We bottled the beast the other night, get a load of these pictures: This stuff turned out super pink! It tastes very sour and tart, with barely a hint of cherry aroma, and no noticeable hop presence. We carbed it pretty high, I can't wait to break it out in a couple weeks. And...
  12. OldRalHoleBrewing

    All Home-roast Amber Ale Tutorial

    Taken from this site: http://www.bunkerbrewing.blogspot.com So here's a new experiment: an amber ale with only home-toasted grains. Referencing this site on home roasting grains, I roasted 1 pound of Gold malt, and one 1 pound of Amber malt. Here's the grain bill: Home-Roast Nestok...
  13. OldRalHoleBrewing

    Sour Mash Crick

    We put the cherries in last night, after putting them in our brewpot, raising the temperature to 180F and holding for 20 minutes, then cooling to 80F. The beer already smelled great, though the sourness was not apparent. For pictures and more details check out this...
  14. OldRalHoleBrewing

    I proposed to her while brewing an American Ale

    Planning on it, we're going to be going pro here soon so we have to anyway. Got the business license yesterday, NESTOK BREWING COMPANY is official! Hectic times. Business planning, wedding planning, applying for a new part time job...cripes. Gotta Love it. Oh yeah, and I realize this is...
  15. OldRalHoleBrewing

    I proposed to her while brewing an American Ale

    Yeah we have a small space so sometimes it's on the floor, sometimes it's between legs. I sure as hell don't want crimped nuts! Pretty careful about it though.
  16. OldRalHoleBrewing

    I proposed to her while brewing an American Ale

    Sometime here in the summer we will, in a campground that permits alcohol. A homebrew-only ordeal!:mug:
  17. OldRalHoleBrewing

    I proposed to her while brewing an American Ale

    Haha...Renaissance Festivals!:rockin:
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