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  1. V

    Craft The Perfect Draft - Irish Red Ale

    Brew day morning for me started out around an hour after sunrise on a cold and dreary Saturday morning. The night before I had collected fifteen gallons of reverse osmosis water in the large igloo cooler I use for preparing my brewing water. I had already picked up freshly crushed grains earlier...
  2. V

    Craft The Perfect Draft - Brew The Irish Red

    Finally, I have a few days off in a row and they couldn't have come along at a better time. The end of the year always seems to be full of things to do and not a lot of time to left to do them all. This year I'm thankful that my brew room and pilot system improvements have given me the control...
  3. BilltownBrewingCo

    "Dirty Inks" Irish Red

    Beer's named after a buddy of mine... He's both Irish and redheaded, so it makes sense. Plan on brewing it on the 15th. 5.25 Gallon Batch Fermentables 10 lb American - Pale 2-Row 37 1.8 75.1% 1 lb American - Caramel / Crystal 10L 35 10 7.5% 5 oz American - Roasted Barley 33 300 2.3% 2 lb German...
  4. snarf7

    Bottle or wait? Do I need to prime still?

    For the full story, see my previous thread: https://www.homebrewtalk.com/forum/threads/so-i-accidentally-doubled-my-dme.658810/ But long story short I almost doubled my DME in my Irish red due to a conversion error. Now I have an extra strong, slightly sweet ale that's been fermenting two...
  5. snarf7

    So...I accidentally doubled my DME

    Stupid ****ing metric vs imperial in these recipes! :mad: I entered the wrong thing in my calculator and wound up doubling the DME in my Irish Red, I put it in the basement to ferment yesterday so I'm not sure there's anything to be done at this point? Is it saveable? Will it end up super sweet...
  6. snarf7

    Irish Red Grain Bill

    I had an Irish red at a festival this summer that was delicious and had a beautiful red color. I talked to the brewer a bit and he was one of these guys who talks a mile a minute in 5 directions at once :D So it was hard to decipher a recipe or even proportions from the steady stream of chatter...
  7. Washington_Brewologist

    I'm not used to my beer finishing this quickly... Need some advice. (Pics Included)

    Hey guys! So I just got done checking up on the beer I brewed on July 2nd(8 days ago) and have a few questions about my findings. The recipe was the Raging Irish Red Ale recipe gifted to us by user Mysticmead back in 2011. To make sure I wasn't just replicating the same recipe I substituted the...
  8. DerrickMorse

    Gingered Irish Red aged in Buffalo Trace whiskey barrel

    Several of us fellas in Denver will be doing a "going away" brew for our friend who happens to be a ginger and loves whiskey. Here is the recipe:Partial mash 1lb of Colorado 2 row 1/2lb Special Roast 1/2lb Cara Red 1/2lb Crystal 75 8lbs of extract light 2oz of grated ginger at 10...
  9. I

    Irish Red Ale Recipe Critique

    Hi all, Thanks in advance to anyone that has some recommendations. :mug: This is the first Irish Red Recipe I've made, so I'm all ears. Irish Red - Irish Red Ale ================================================================================ Batch Size: 5.250 gal Boil Size: 6.375...
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