The Confederate Celt Brewery is a "home brewery".
Home brewers brew for their own consumption and to share with friends & family. In most states and under Federal law, up to 100 gallons per individual per year or 200 gallons per family
per year of beer or wine may be legally brewed tax free.
Of course, it may not be sold.
The following fine ales are on our list of recipes:
140 Shilling Wee Heavy
140 Shilling Heather Ale (a "Gruit")
Dragon's Fire Ale (a "Gruit")
Wizard's Ale (a "Gruit")
Presbyter Ale (Can be a gruit)
Whigamore Ale (a gruit)
Ayrshire Ale (a gruit)
Beach Pirate Pale Ale
Ale (a gruit)
Most of these ales are the first runnings from the partigyle mash. They are massive, rich
in both taste and alcohol, and require extensive aging to mature properly.
There are also ale's from the second runnings from the partigyle method of
mashing. They produce a much milder ale which matures quickly and which may be enjoyed in copious quantities. Other styles
may also be created in the second runnings simply by adding crushed crystal or roasted malts to the mash after the "big
beer" has been sparged out of the mash tun. The addition of these other malts to the "small beer" contribute
additional flavor and body without increasing alcohol. We'll are also adding sugar, honey, fruit concentates, malt
extracts, or molasses to the second runnings to make the second runnings more interesting than just a simple "mild"
We also have several ales where all of
the gyles are combined into one boil.
"From the bonny bells of heather, they brewed a drink longe syne, Was
sweeter far than honey funny, was stronger far than wine, they brewed it and they drank it, and lay in blessed swound, For
days and days together, In their dwellings underground."
Robert Louis Stevenson
This site is operated by Rich Beecher from the Chattanooga area of the once free State of Tennessee.
If you are interested in individual liberty or the area
around Chattanooga, please visit the parent site:
1). The Confederate
Celt has determined that a Federal Government, unrestrained by the chains of the Constitution, is dangerous to your life,
liberty, and pursuit of happiness.
2). Talking on a cell phone, texting, applying make-up, turning around and yelling
at kids in the back seat, or countless other activities while driving, will impair your ability to drive a whole lot more
than a couple of beers.
If you live in the Chattanooga area, please check out the
"Barleymob Brewers", the Chattanooga area Homebrew Club!
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