Yup....three geeky beers made in two days...you are correct.
I've been wanting to make an oud bruin for quite some time, but the area I live in is decidedly deficient of mixed fermentation blends (dregs aren't really available either). So when I saw a pack of Roeselares at the LHBS, I snapped it up and started planning.
Wednesday, April 13, 2016
If you haven't figured out by now that I'm a geek, and love fantasy novels, well....you're blind. I spent quite a while thinking on this recipe, to attempt to get something similar to an ale brewed by the residents of the Shire. As modified by Frodo and Bilbo's comments in the movie "Have you been getting into the Gaffer's homebrew?" "Well, yes. But that's not the point.". Which to me says that the Gaffer's brew is something special--either extra strong, or with extra herbs.
A couple of months ago, I tried Anchorage Brewing's Whiteout Wit; it was delicious. Bold lemon and spice, refreshing, and only a hint of any funk from the Brettanomyces the company used in it. Flavoured with lemon peel, corriander, black pepper, and using Sorachi Ace hops (to further the lemony goodness).