Brewing high quality beers and wines in a basement efficiency apartment, as well as other money saving DIY projects. SO if you want to save a little money, have a little fun, and get a little tipsy, check it out!

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Latest Blog Posts for Bunker Brewing

  • Johnny Red's Quaff (Strong Scotch Ale)Well, while we're on the topic of Irish and Scottish Ales, I might as well share with you folks a recipe for the granddaddy of the category...the Strong Scotch Ale.  This is one beast of a beer thick in malt character and warming with it's high...
  • Heather and Honey Scottish Export AleThe Black IPA recipe turned out more like an American Brown Ale.  We'll give it a shot again soon, but meanwhile, here's what's fermenting...-Chocolate-Coffee Robust Porter-Cherrywood-Smoked and Oaked Old Ale-A surprisingly "to style" Northern E...
  • Black IPA
    on Jul 18, 2010
    Here's our recent Black IPA recipe.  I refrain from calling it a "Cascadian Dark Ale" becuase there are no cascade-like hops present.  We were going for more of an earthy hop presence.  Here we go:Fermentables:-8 lbs US 2-row-1 lb Germ...
  • New brews
    on Jul 18, 2010
    Sorry for the lack of updates, the Bunker's been busy.  In fermenters right now we have a black IPA and classic Trippel using WLP500, which we also plan on pitching in a Dubbel next.  Gotta love the belgians!Just bottled a KY Strong Golden...
  • I've fallen and getting up slowly
    on May 21, 2010
    If you've noticed a lack of updates here recently, good for you for visiting so often!But seriously, a couple weeks ago I fell down a flight of stairs and chipped my left kneecap.  So we've been taking it easy, lots of me laying with my leg up i...
  • 3-Grain Citrus Breakfast AleAh, spring is in the air...what better time for a refreshing wheat beer?  And to continue with our breakfast theme, we decided to add oats to the mash.  So here it goes:Citrus Breakfast Wheat AleOG: 1.046Fermentables-5lbs Pale Rahr 2-row -3...
  • The Crick is in the bottle!
    on May 2, 2010 in bottled tart sour mash crick
    We bottled the Sour Cherry Crick last night and I've got to say...what a beast! A very pink beast!  The sourness came through great, both in aroma and taste.  It finished lower than I expected, with a Final Gravity of 1.013.  It w...
  • Home Roast Nestok AmberSo here's a new experiment: an amber ale with only home-toasted grains. Referencing this site on home roasting grains,I roasted 1 pound of Gold malt, and one 1 pound of Amber malt.  Here's the grain bill:Home-Roast Nestok Amber AleOG: 1.044FG: W...
  • Throwing Cherries in the Crick Pages: Brewday - Cherry AdditionLast night we threw 10 pounds of frozen, tart cherries (pitted) into the partial sour-mash beer affectionately known as "Crick" fermenting in the corner.  It was a week and two days since primary fermentatio...
    on Apr 13, 2010
    We're tossing 10 lbs of red tart pitted cherries into the Crick tonight, pictures will soon abound!Also, the first all home-roasted all-grain beer is fermenting away, expect the pictorial on that within the next couple of days.  It's a delicious...
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