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  1. CsaintG

    My First Mead

    My name is Christopher J. A. Saint Germain. I am a photojournalist for the Army National Guard. I have been in the active military for most of my adult life and never have had the chance to start brewing. I've never lived in one place long enough. The closest I've ever come was making a batch of...
  2. CsaintG

    My First Mead

    My name is Christopher J. A. Saint Germain. I am a photojournalist for the Army National Guard. I have been in the active military for most of my adult life and never have had the chance to start brewing. I've never lived in one place long enough. The closest I've ever come was making a batch of...
  3. L

    Thoughts on using vanilla extract for cream ale?

    Hi all, I am trying to brew a vanilla orange cream ale, and found that adding vanilla beans (3 total) at flameout with a (30 minute steep) resulted in virtually no flavor, aroma, or even notes. Next time I am planning on using vanilla extract but wasn’t sure how much to add. Obviously this...
  4. M

    Winter Stout Fun! "Moompa Loompa Orange Chocolate Milk Stout"

    Very excited about this! It's happily bubbling away in the primary as we speak. I used another tried-and-true victory stout recipe I've made as the base, and then added a bunch of fun stuff to it! Moompa Loompa Stout: 5.25 gal. OG 1.064 FG predicted 1.018 ibu's 42 5 lbs. extra light dme 2...
  5. N

    Adding ingredients while maintaining sanitation

    I've been searching the forums and can't seem to find a definitive answer so I figured I would ask for opinions. In some cases I would like to add spices like vanilla beans, whole allspice, cinnamon sticks, orange zest, etc. My concern is about introducing contamination. I could soak the...
  6. leskohomebrews

    Adding orange peel to hefeweizen

    I like the idea of adding orange peel to my hefeweizen, but how and when is the best way?
  7. crusader1612

    The Old Fashioned Bourbon Cocktail

    Here's the Crux of it. I recently entered the world of gentlemans cocktails, namely the "old fashioned" an old fashioned is as follows: "The Old Fashioned is a cocktail made by muddling sugar with bitters, then adding alcohol, originally whiskey but now sometimes brandy, and finally a twist of...
  8. sharpie44

    Trying Juniper, blackberry and two orange test batches.

    I haven't made mead in about ten years but I had a lot of honey left over this year from my bee hives and decided to make four one gallon test batches to see if i wanted to make more next year. All of these used Lalvin D47 yeast, yeast nutrient, yeast energizer and enough water to get up to 1...
  9. d32h9

    Summer style Red wheat ale

    Hey everyone, I plan to make an american wheat ale, 5 Gal, and add orange zest, lemon zest, and coriander, to make it have a citrus aspect for summer. I also want to use some grains to give a reddish color. My plan is to brew it as normal, using the extract method, then add all of the...
  10. stromam

    Orange Dreamsicle Experiment

    Hey everyone, I have a little experiment in mind and would love to get some second opinions. I just made up a 4 gallon batch of straight mead, just honey, water, nutrient and yeast, OG 1.070. I plan on splitting it into 4 one gallons after primary is done. I know what I'm going to do...
  11. F

    Wanted: Rogue Honey Orange Wheat clone

    I just tasted this Honey Orange Wheat beer at Rogue's Portland Public House during Zwickelmania (so rad) and I must have it! It's the kind of beer you can quaff on a hot sticky afternoon while listening to baseball on the radio. Anyone know of a good clone?
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