IBU: The bitterness of beer is provided by compounds such as hululons, or alpha acids from hops used during brewing. The scale, International Bittering Unites, or simply the IBU scale, is the quantitative value designated to measure the bitterness of beer. This scale does not measure the perceived bitterness of beer, but the amount of iso-alpha acids that gives bitterness to the beer. The higher the IBU, the more bitterness will be present in your beer.
SRM:The Standard Reference Method, abbreviated as SRM is the color system used by brewers to specify finished beer and malt color. In the case of malt it is actually the SRM color of a laboratory wort made from the malt which is printed on the package.
How to calculate approximate alcool content:
(Finale density - Initiale density) x 131.25 = alcool per volume.
Ex 1042 initiale minus 1010 finale = 32x 131.25= 4.2%
Summer Limited Edition
A refreshing summer beer
Witbier / White
1.006 - 1.010
American Pale Ale
I.P.A. India Pale Ale
The Weizenbier is a white beer with a high bitterness, originally brewed in Bavaria, Germany.
The Weizenbier from Micro-Brew is made from 50% barley and 50% wheat, which gives it an amber color.
Added to this is a touch of roasted malt, which brings body and complexity.
Hops are present in the mouth with a small resinous side, quickly followed by an explosion of grapefruit and flower aromas.
Ingredients :2Row Barley, Black Malt,Oats,
Hops: Cascade, Chinook
Légère – Light
1.007 - 1.012
Northern Brown Ale