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Fruit Gose – Part 2/2 – Adding fruit

We’re back with the second part of our gose with fruit, just from where we left, when Safale K-97 was finishing the fermentation, 6 days after pitching after fermenting with Lactobacillus which lowered the pH to 3.30. In that entry, … Continue reading

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Fruit Gose – Part 1/2 – Base beer

Time to get back to sour beers. As the result for our first sour beer, a gose with apricots, was more than satisfactory we decided to brew something similar, but more volume this time. As we’ve already told you, we … Continue reading

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Tasting of gose with apricots, our first sour beer

After finally deciding to brew our first sour beer at the end of last year, we were eager to finally taste the final result. Especially having into account that, at least theoretically, the parameters of the process we had followed … Continue reading

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Our first sour beer, a gose with apricots

The day had come. Until now, through these last years all of our beers had been fermented exclusively with the reliable and classic Sacccharomyces cerevisae, a.k.a. beer yeast. Different strains, yes, some of them even quite peculiar, but always putting … Continue reading

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Tasting our triple threat Witbier

It’s been almost two months since we brew our “base” Witbier and about a month and half since we bottle it, already turned into three different beers (you can see all the process explained here). After all this time, it’s … Continue reading

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Witbier, one elaboration, a triple threat

After a few months without making beer, it was time to come back, and for this occasion Witbier was the chosen style. As we were going to use our equipment with 22 liters capacity (5.8 gallons), during the planning of … Continue reading

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