This is our 2017 Easter brew. Fruit of the field and work of human hands, it has become a delicious drink.
At 6.9% ABV this beer starts of sweet with a bitter finish. Using crude calculations and an online calculator we are guessing the IBU to be about 41.
Using apricots from the Sunnyvale orchards, we created a few variations of this Hefewizen. All had apricots added during the boil and then some were dry-hopped with different amounts of apricots.
This Hefeweizen finished with a 5.8% ABV and an IBU of 24.
Bacon Grease Leftovers
Using some left over malt and hops from a previous brew, we added some cherry-wood smoked malt to create this unique brew. It has a smooth, smoky flavor and is easy to drink. With an ABV of 7.6% and an IBU of 29, there is no bacon in the beer, no grease, and there will be no leftovers.
A less bitter and less red version of Sweet Jesus. It is a sweet, malty beer with an ABV of 7% and an IBU of 14.
The goal of this beer was to make a Cheap Ale Beer. It has 2 different malts and 2 different hops. It was on the more bitter side and has an ABV 5.7%. I think we can make this beer better and for less in the future.