Azorean-Brewer's Beer Recipes

Welcome to my web page ... It contains my best beer recipes. I have been brewing for over 16 years. All recipes are proven and really good ... you will not be disappointed I started all grain brewing December 2003. I find that all grain is a little bit more work but worth it in the complexity you can get from the grains. If you try one of my recipes I would love to hear from you. Please use the link below to contact me OK? Recommended reading for anyone thinking about all grain brewing is Charlie Papazian's "New Joy of Home Brewing" It will help you out immensely

Regards, Paco the Azorean Brewer

***************************************************************************** Note: On hops, for recipes where I call for German blend, I blend equal parts of Saaz, Perle, Northern Brewer, Hallertau, Spalt, Tettnanger and Styrian Goldings. I find it provides a much better rounded flavor, and I use the called for amount. *****************************************************************************

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Corona All-Grain Clone Recipe

This is a really crisp recipe ... good summer light drinking ... I love it on hot days
Target Gravity 1.048 Final Gravity 1.009 Batch Size - 5 Gallons Color: 3.01 SRM Bitterness: 18.1 IBU Alcohol: 4.5% (by volume) Step infusion mash - 122F for 20 min. 148-150F for 45 min. Sparge with 170F

Ingredients: 6 Lbs. American 2 row Pale Malt 1 Lb. Vienne Malt 2 Lbs. Flaked Maize (corn) .75 Oz. Hallertau Hersbruck (4.5 AA) Boiled 60 min. .50 Oz. Saaz (3.2 AA) Boiled 20 min. .25 Oz. Saaz (3.2 AA) Boiled 10 Min. .25 Oz. Saaz (3.2 AA) Boiled 0 Min. Yeast : WYeast 2565 Kolsch Comments or Questions on this recipe ?

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Kolsch All-Grain Recipe

I stumbled on a sale of Harpoon Summer brew clearance, and paid $11.50 / case I need to make some of this, it is WONDERFUL ...This is a really clean fresh recipe good German Ale
Target Gravity 1.047 Final Gravity 1.009 Batch Size - 5 Gallons Color: 3.6 SRM Bitterness: 23.3 IBU Alcohol: 5.0% (by volume) Step infusion mash - 122F for 20 min. 152-154F for 45 min. Sparge with 170F

Ingredients:

6 lbs. German 2-row Pilsner Malt 3 lbs. German Vienna Malt .25 lbs. German Wheat Malt Light 1.0 oz. Tettnanger (Pellets, 4.50 %AA) boiled 60 min. .5 oz. Saaz (Pellets, 4 %AA) boiled 15 min. .5 oz. Saaz (Pellets, 4 %AA) boiled 1 min. Yeast : WYeast 2565 Kolsch Comments or Questions on this recipe ?

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My "848 Helles" All-Grain Recipe

I have made this beer many times, it is a true representation of what you will get in the beer halls of Germany It is wonderfully hopped and goes good with any food.
Target Gravity 1.051 Final Gravity 1.010 Batch Size - 5 Gallons Color: 4.8 SRM Bitterness: 21.1 IBU Alcohol: 5.3% (by volume) Step infusion mash - 122F for 20 min. 152-154F for 45 min. Sparge with 170F

Ingredients: 8.80 lbs. American 2-row Pale Malt .80 lbs. Belgian Cara-Pils Malt .40 lbs. German Vienna Malt .40 lbs. Midwest Wheat Malt .80 oz. German Hop Blend (Pellets, 5 %AA) boiled 60 min. .40 oz. German Hop Blend (Pellets, 5 %AA) boiled 15 min. .80 oz. German Hop Blend (Pellets, 5 %AA) boiled 1 min. Yeast : Wyeast German Lager SEE NOTES ABOVE ON GERMAN HOP BLEND Comments or Questions on this recipe ?

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My "House Best Bitters" All-Grain Recipe

This is my official house brew, I can't keep enough of the malty goodness around. Good English Pub Brew, it has wonderful Matl Characteristics. This is such an easy and REALLY good recipe, if you are a first timer to all grain, or a seasoned all grainer this is the recipe for you
Target Gravity 1.045 Final Gravity 1.010 Batch Size - 5 Gallons Color: 12.5 SRM Bitterness: 30.0 IBU Alcohol: 4.6% (by volume) Step infusion mash - 122F for 20 min. 154-156F for 45 min. Sparge with 170F

Ingredients: 8.0 lbs. American 2-row Pale Malt .75 lbs. 60 Deg. Lov Crystal Malt .25 lbs. Dark Brown Sugar 1.50 oz. Fuggles (Pellets, 4.5 %AA) boiled 60 min. .50 oz. Fuggles (Pellets, 4.5 %AA) boiled 15 min. Yeast : Wyeast 1098 British Ale Comments or Questions on this recipe ?

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My "Excellent Oktoberfest" All-Grain Recipe

This is best Oktoberfest beer I have ever had. I can't tell you enough how good it is. Make this in early summer (Late June to Mid July) for drinking end of September early October, it won't last until Thanksgiving LOL ... This is also such an easy and REALLY good recipe, if you are a first timer to all grain, or a seasoned all grainer this is the recipe for you, it is not at all complicated.
Target Gravity 1.054 Final Gravity 1.014 Batch Size - 5 Gallons Color: 13.4 SRM Bitterness: 21.3 IBU Alcohol: 5.3% (by volume) Step infusion mash - 122F for 20 min. 154-156F for 45 min. Sparge with 170F Primary at 50-55F for 7 days, secondary Lager at 45F for 2-3 months

Ingredients: 6.0 lbs. German 2-row Pilsner Malt 2.0 lbs. Munich Malt 2.0 lbs. German Vienna Malt 1/4 lbs. Crystal Malt 120°Lov. 1/2 lbs. Belgian Cara-Pils Malt 3/4 lbs. American Victory Malt 1.0 oz. Hallertau (Pellets, 3.4 %AA) boiled 60 min. 1.0 oz. Styrian Goldings (Pellets, 4.8 %AA) boiled 15 min. 1.0 oz. Spalt Spalter (Pellets, 4.75 %AA) boiled 1 min. Yeast: WYeast 2206 Bavarian Lager Comments or Questions on this recipe ?

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My version of "Terrapin Rye Ale" All-Grain Clone Recipe

This is awesome hoppy batch, I cannot take credit for the recipe, I contacted the brewery and asked for an ingredient list of this beer, This is an approximation of what they sent me. It is slighty dry and VERY hoppy ! ! ! This is such a good recipe, you will truly enjoy it ... HIGHLY RECOMMENDED ! ! ! This is a BIG TIME HOP HEAD Batch
Target Gravity 1.054 Final Gravity 1.013 Batch Size - 5 Gallons Color: 10.4 SRM Bitterness: 45.3 IBU Alcohol: 5.5% (by volume) Step infusion mash - 122F for 20 min. 154-156F for 45 min. Sparge with 170F Boil for 90 minutes, primary at 7 days, secondary for 2-3 weeks

Ingredients: 9.0 lbs. Pale Malt 1.0 lbs. Munich Malt 1.0 lbs. Rye Malt 3/4 lbs. Biscuit Malt 1/4 lbs. Honey Malt .50 oz. Yakima Magnum (Pellets, 14.5 %AA) boiled 60 min. 1.2 oz. Fuggles (Pellets, 4.8 %AA) boiled 30 min. .50 oz. E. Kent Goldings (Pellets, 5.5 %AA) boiled 20 min. .50 oz. E. Kent Goldings (Pellets, 5.5 %AA) boiled 10 min. .50 oz. Cascades (Pellets, 6.0 %AA) boiled 0 min. 2.0 oz. Armirillo (Pellets, 6.5 %AA) DRY HOP Yeast: WYeast 1056 American Ale Comments or Questions on this recipe ?

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My Recipe of "Bailey's Irish Cream"

This is better than the real thing, it is awesome

Ingredients: 1 - 14 oz. can of Sweetened Condensed Milk 16 oz. of Non-Dairy Creamer (in the fridge section of the grocery store) 1 Tblsp Instant Coffee 1 Tblsp Cocoa (unsweetened) 1 Tblsp Vanilla Extract 16 oz. Good Bourbon (I like Jim Beam, it works really well Mix Coffee, Cocoa in 2 tblsp boiling water, combine all ingredients together and store in fridge, gets better the next day, shake vigorously prior to serving. Comments or Questions on this recipe ?


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Created on ... June 14, 2007

Updated on ... December 31, 2007

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