American Wheat Beer Recipe

Refreshing wheat beers that can display more hop character and less yeast character than their German cousins. A clean fermentation character allows bready, doughy, or grainy wheat flavors to be complemented by hop flavor and bitterness rather than yeast qualities.

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American Light Lager Recipe

Very refreshing and thirst quenching.”, Low to no malt aroma, although it can be perceived as grainy, sweet, or corn-like if present. Hop aroma is light to none, with a spicy or floral hop character if present. WhiVle a clean fermentation character is desirable, a light amount of yeast character (particularly a light apple fruitiness) […]

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Boiling parameters

Boiling time It is the time that we generally use for boiling the wort. This value will be repeated every time we create the design of a new beer. Also in this case from time to time we can vary the value in the beer design data sheet. – Hourly evaporation: it may vary depending […]

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Kölsch Beer Recipe

A clean, crisp, delicately-balanced beer usually with a very subtle fruit and hop character. Subdued maltiness throughout leads into a pleasantly well-attenuated and refreshing finish. Freshness makes a huge difference with this beer, as the delicate character can fade quickly with age. Brilliant clarity is characteristic. Low to very low malt aroma, with a grainy-sweet […]

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Belgian Pale Ale v2

 A moderately malty, somewhat fruity, easy-drinking, copper-colored Belgian ale that is somewhat less aggressive in flavor profile than many other Belgian beers. The malt character tends to be a bit biscuity with light toasty, honey-like, or caramelly components; the fruit character is noticeable and complementary to the malt.

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Altbier Recipe

A well-balanced, well-attenuated, bitter yet malty, clean, and smooth, amber- to copper-colored German beer. The bitterness is balanced by the malt richness, but the malt intensity and character can range from moderate to high (the bitterness increases with the malt richness). Clean aroma yet robust and complex aroma of grainy-rich malt and spicy hops with […]

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Mash parameter

– Mash efficiency: Brewery is the result of a chemical process, of transformation of starches into sugars. For each malt we use, we know exactly its potential, that is the quantity of theoretical sugars, which we can extract. So we have a certain amount of starches, which thanks to a certain amount of enzymes, appropriately […]

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General Setup

In the general settings, before we find all the important indications: – the reference metric system – the IBU calculation, that is the one that will be used for the estimation of the bitter, is the Tinseth – The saccharometric gradation is indicated in SG. – The color scale: We can choose which color scale […]

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