Posts Tagged by Recipes
|August 26, 2012||Posted by 2nobledogs under Recipes, Russian Imperial Stout|
A few weeks ago I traveled up to A. Smith Bowman Distillery in Fredericksburg. I picked up a couple 53 gallon bourbon barrels for our homebrew club (James River Homebrewers). We, as a club, had decided a while back that we wanted to try to brew a big barrel aged beer. It was a simple […]
|June 5, 2012||Posted by 2nobledogs under Recipes, Saison|
Well, perhaps the title “It’s Belgian Farmhouse Ale Season” would be more apropos. You see, the word “saison” is french for “season”. So, the title “It’s Season Season” makes little sense. But, I digress… The saison is by far one of my favorite beers to drink in the summer time. It’s light and crisp with […]
|August 7, 2011||Posted by 2nobledogs under Berliner Weiss, Recipes|
Today’s brew session has a little twist. Several weeks ago my wife decided she wanted to try her hand at all grain brewing. Not just helping me brew. She wanted to brew a batch all on her own. I guess this shouldn’t have surprised me as she is an awesome cook and brewing wouldn’t be […]
|January 17, 2011||Posted by 2nobledogs under Blck IPA, IPA, Recipes|
I call this beer “Cody’s BIPA”. It is a VERY hoppy, pitch black ale. It has a high abv estimated at 7.59. It has a strong hoppy bite to it as well as a roasted malt flavor of a stout.
|December 12, 2010||Posted by 2nobledogs under Food, Recipes|
Last week my wife Corinna grabbed a couple bottles of my black IPA to use in her beef stew. The black IPA can be described as a combination of a stout and a standard American IPA. It has a very strong taste and will thoroughly surprise your palette.
|November 20, 2010||Posted by 2nobledogs under Methods, Recipes, Rye Ale|
I broke down and bought a false bottom and spigot assembly that was made to go in the bottom of my mash-tun and when I mashed my grains today it went off without a hitch. It flowed without even a hint of a clog.
|October 24, 2010||Posted by 2nobledogs under Food, Recipes, Redskins, Va Tech|
Now that we are solidly into football season, I thought it might be nice to share one of my wife’s ass kicking chili recipes. Also, being that this is a home brewing blog you are obligated to include a bottle or two of whatever flavor you have available at the time. I happened to have a nice Irish red ale which added a hint of sweetness.
|October 19, 2010||Posted by 2nobledogs under Pilsner, Recipes|
A few months ago in the heat of the summer, I was looking to brew something that was a little on the lighter side of the scale. So, I tried my hand at a German Pilsner. I had never made a pilsner so I wanted something relatively simple.