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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 I...am 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...
  • UPDATES!
    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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