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Category Archives: red ale
Tonight I bottled Peter’s Irish Red Ale, with a yield of nine 16 oz. bottles, nine 22 oz. bottles, and 15 12 oz. bottles. The beer had been in the secondary fermenter for about a month, and fermented down to … Continue reading
It has been 7 days since I brewed up Peter’s Irish Red Ale, so it was time to transfer to the secondary fermenter. Gravity, adjusted to 60°, is 1.019. With a starting gravity of 1.034, this registers at about 2.1% … Continue reading
My buddy Peter got me an Irish red ale kit from a brew shop up in San Francisco, and today we brewed it up. I modified it a little from the directions that came with the kit (primarily in the … Continue reading
Here’s my red ale, a month or two after bottling. This has turned into a really nice beer – good head, good flavor, good all around. I’m enjoying drinking this one.