I will be playing with the band from the Lancaster Brewers Club on Saturday, July 24th in the 3rd annual Battle of the Brewery Bands. It is a special event that will donate proceeds to local charities. Please come out and show your support. Tickets are $25.00 a person and includes drinks, food buffet, and
Chocolate Raspberry Port is back. If you haven’t had it before, this is an awesome desert wine. Thick and rich, bursting with raspberry and chocolate flavors. Order deadline is July 31st. Price is $109.00 Also available: Okanagan Peach Icewine Style – $115.00 Blackberry Port – $115.00
.5 lb – Vienna malt .5 lb – Munich malt .5 lb – Crystal 60L malt 7 lb – Light LME 2 oz – US Fuggle (bittering 60 min) 1tp – irish moss (last 10 min)(optional addition) .5 oz – hallertau (last 5 min) White Labs 820 Oktoberfest Lager yeast or saflager s-23
1 lb – crystal 20L 7 lb – Light LME 2 lb – Light DME 1 lb – Corn Sugar 3 lb – Honey .5lb – Malto Dextrin 1oz – Simcoe (bittering 60 min) 1oz – Centennial ( last 25 min) 1oz – Amarillo (last 15 min) 1tp – Irish Moss (last 10 min) 1oz
Saturday, July 10th starting at 9am (to beat the heat) we will go through the basics in getting started in all grain brewing. We will explain the mashing process and build a mash tun from a cooler. We will through names in a hat and pull a winner to keep the mash tun. Please let
Growing Hops Growing hops at home is fun and easy. Here are some tips for those of you just getting started. Establishment: Hops thrive in good soil just like any other plant. They need a well draining soil. Also, lots of sunshine, nutrients, and water are needed to maximize production. Plant hop rhizomes in an
Click here for: Brewing Instructions Getting Started: Extract brewing with specialty grains Here are some photos of the brewing process Step 1: Steeping the grains in 2.5 gallons of water to add color and flavor. Step 2: Add extract malt (liquid or dry). This is the sugar that yeast will convert to alcohol. More sugar
It’s finally done! We are having a little tapping party on Thursday at 7pm. Stop out if you can.
Lancaster Homebrew now carries gluten free extract and yeast to make your own gluten free beer
Had a lot of fun brewing with Paul and Collin the other day at Iron Hill. My stout will be on tap in a few weeks. Here are som pictures from the day.