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Beer Add on Kits & Recipes

Posted by Ron Goodhew, July 30th, 2012 | 2 Comments

Exclusive to The Home Vintner – beer add on packages with instructions and the extra dry ingredients intended to pair with our Barons Beer Kits.  (Hop socks and liquid yeast are extra)
• Belgian Wit – cracked wheat, oats, cracked coriander and orange peel.  Use American Lite or Mexican Cerveza and Belgian Wit yeast.

• Black Pilsner – 60° L Caramel Malt, Chocolate Malt and Hallertau hops. Use either Canadian Pilsner or Dutch Lager with Bavarian Lager, Czech Pilsner or Kolsch liquid yeast.

• Cherry Porter – chocolate malt and roasted barley.  Use Barons Brown Ale, try Irish Ale Yeast.

• India Pale Ale – cascade hops and oak chips try British or American Ale Yeast, recipes included to make an Innis & Gunn Style & a West Coast IPA.

• Redwood Chocolate – crushed chocolate malt.  Use Barons Redwood Ale, try Scottish Ale Yeast.

• Stout – roasted milled barley & oatmeal.  Use Barons Brown Ale, try British Ale or Irish Ale Yeast.

• Tartan Ale – crushed smoked malt.  Use Barons Amber Ale, try Scottish Ale Yeast.

• Wheat Beers – cracked wheat.  Use Barons Cdn Lager or Ale, try American Wheat Yeast

 

Recipes

• Fruit & Pumpkin Beer – use American Lite, Mexican Cerveza, Cdn Lager or Cdn Golden Ale.  Recipes for Lime, Mango, Raspberry and Wild Blueberry.  Use American Lite or Mexican Cerveza for the Pumpkin Beer.

• Honey & Maple Beers – use Barons Brown Ale or Cdn Golden Ale try American Ale Yeast

• Winter Spice Amber – use Barons Amber

 

Paul’s Bombay Gluten Free IPA

Bries Sweet White Sorghum Syrup, Cascade Hops, Nottingham Brewing Yeast (GMO & Gluten Free) & Dextrose for bottling.

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Comments

James wrote on Jun 24, 2013 10:24 PM:
I'm interested in making a Weiss beer like erdinger. Also where can I find more recipes for different finishes ie. innis and gunn?
Ron wrote on Jul 13, 2013 2:00 PM:

We have an add on kit for both a Belgian Wit and also an Innis & Gunn – rum, brandy or scotch. If you live near one of our stores just stop in and ask the staff for assistance. The add on packs are also available on line by clicking here - http://www.thehomevintner.com/beer-products . We spend a lot of time developing recipes and add on packs. We have published some of the possibilities on the website but the actual recipes are only available in our stores.


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