Homebrew Recipe Journal: 1731422253: pdf

Homebrew Recipe Journal: Beer Recipe & Brew Day Log with Key References on Grains, Yeast, Hops, Pitch Rates, Mash Steps & More

  • Full Title : Homebrew Recipe Journal: Beer Recipe & Brew Day Log with Key References on Grains, Yeast, Hops, Pitch Rates, Mash Steps & More
  • Autor: Steve Smith
  • Print Length: 263 pages
  • Publisher: Independently published
  • Publication Date: November 16, 2018
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1731422253
  • ISBN-13: 978-1731422255
  • Download File Format | Size: pdf | 686,88 Kb



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This journal allows the homebrewer to log up to 50 different beer recipes & also provides valuable references on grain profiles, yeast profiles, hop profiles, pitch rates, mash steps, beer style profiles & more! This valuable brew day recipe log has been created by a homebrewer, for homebrewers! Every homebrewer knows that logging the details of a recipe & brew day is key to creating a quality beer, that is repeatable next time around. While electronic programs provide homebrewers with great recipe creating resources, they don’t always replace the convenience & accessibility good old pen & paper. Let’s face it, we don’t all have computers in our garage, backyard, basement or wherever else one brews.

The recipe logs are suitable for all-grain & extract brewers alike. The fill in the blank format is laid out in a brewer friendly format & the spaces are large enough to fit regular handwriting. Unlike many other journals, this journal addresses every point of detail that a brewer would want to track; nothing is left off & there is plenty of room for writing all your specifics & related notes.

Each recipe log includes space for the following information:
– Beer/ Recipe Name
– Beer Style
– Batch Size
– Batch Type
– Total Water
– Boil Time
– Est. Efficiency
– Est. ABV
– Target Original & Final Gravities
– Color/ SRM & IBUs
– Grain/ Extract List (weights, type, lovibond & % of bill)
– Mash Process (steps, temperature & time)
– Boil Process ( weights, hop/ ingredient additions, AAs, IBUs & time)
– Gravity & Volume Readings (pre-boil, post-boil, bottling/kegging)
– Yeast (type, amount & starter size)
– Fermentation ( dates, steps, temperatures, additions & time)
– Kegging/ Bottling (volume, dates, carbonation)
– Water & Additive Notes
– Brewing & Fermentation Notes
– Tasting Notes
– Other Notes & Comments

This journal doesn’t stop there though, it also provides key references at the fingertips of the homebrewer. These references are as follows:
– Grains: profiles of over 40 different types of grains
– Yeast: profiles of over 150 different strains of yeast; including those from Wyeast, White Labs & Omega
– Hops: profiles of over 90 different hops varieties
– Pitch Rates: table illustrating target yeast pitch rates by starting gravity
– Starter Recipe & anticipated cell counts based on starter size
– Mash Steps: descriptions of key mash steps, reasons for conducting such steps & target temperature
– Water mineral guide
– ABV & Brix to Specific Gravity calculations
-Beer style profiles, giving insight & ingredient considerations for your brews 

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