Posts Tagged ‘Wit’

What to do in a Blizzard? Make Snow Beer!

Tuesday, February 23rd, 2010

Yes, you read that right.  2 weeks ago we had a blizzard here in the north east which got me thinking; “Had anyone made beer from snow?”  With no positive responses, I decided, what the hell lets give this a whirl.  After a quick ph test, I found the snow and my normal brewing water was the same ph, so I gave it a shot.snowwit_8

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Beer Review: New Belgium Mothership Wit

Saturday, July 25th, 2009

My Biggest issue with New Belgium is they don’t distribute to New Jersey.  In order to get New Belgium beer (and others), I trade yeast samples with a beer buddy in California.  In my last trade I got a New Belgium Mothership Wit along with some other beers that I’ll be reviewing later.

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Homebrew Recipe: Belgian Honey Wit (Extract)

Friday, June 19th, 2009

The Wit or Witbier is a classic summer time ale, great session beer with hints of coriander and orange.  I wanted to take that a step further and I added japanese bamboo honey to the recipe.

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Beer Brawl 14 – Mikkeller

Monday, June 15th, 2009

This week we switched things up a bit and focused on a Brewer rather then a particular style of beer.  For this Beer Brawl, we choose to focus on Mikkeller beers.  Mikkel Borg Bjergsø is a ‘gipsy-brewer’, who brews at different breweries in Denmark, Norway, Germany and the United States.  Each beer that is made is unique and may only be a one time limited release.

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