Category Archives: Belgian wit

Raspberry Belgian 2020

I’ve brewed this beer at least three or four times, and I keep coming back to it as one of my very favorite recipes. It’s crisp, it’s low alcohol, it’s flavorful, and it’s well out of my usual brewing styles. … Continue reading

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Cerveza de Jamaica

I’m feeling experimental, and I’m feeling summer-y, and I need some good homebrew to sip on the porch on a warm Saturday afternoon. I discovered agua de Jamaica (a hibiscus tea often just sold as Jamaica) when I moved to … Continue reading

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Beer Tasting: Citra Wit

My Citra Wit has come and gone, but luckily I was able to squeeze in an “official” tasting in before the keg kicked! The Basics Original gravity = 1.043; final gravity = 1.010; abv = 4.3%; estimated IBU = 13 Aroma Light … Continue reading

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Citra Wit Kegged

Today I kegged my Citra Wit, after 10 days in the primary fermenter. The beer has fermented out really nicely, down to a final gravity of 1.010, equating to 4.3% abv. Hey, I can call it a session beer! The … Continue reading

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Citra Wit

It’s time to brew another light-and-drinkable beer (in anticipation of the inevitable kicking of my pilsner keg). For this round, I wanted to try a style I haven’t brewed before, and a Belgian wit seemed like just the ticket. I’ve done a … Continue reading

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