Urban Farmhouse with The Commons Brewery


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Traditionally, farmhouse ales were brewed on farms in rural areas. These beers were born of necessity as most farmers needed a refreshing beverage to offer the hardworking farmhands. The Commons rendition was developed in the spirit of that tradition. The beer pours golden with a floral nose, soft underlying hop bitterness, and a crisp finish.

Urban Farmhouse Ale was born as a homebrew recipe in 2009 and by late 2010 was the first commercial beer I sold to Bailey’s Taproom while making beer on my 1bbl nano brewery out of my garage in Portland, Oregon. Urban Farmhouse became The Commons Brewery’s flagship beer in 2011 became a local favorite for many years for those seeking a subtle, refreshing beer. The recipe was developed in the spirit of Belgian farmhouse beers with a hint of contemporary Northwest style. In the end, it’s a simple, refreshing beer that works equally well with barbecue on your deck, or a white tablecloth meal. Share with your friends and family for the best experience.

– Mike Wright

This product makes 5 gallons of beer.

ABV 5%
IBU 20


OG 1.050

FG 1.006

6.6 lb Pilsner LME
1 lb Weyermann Pilsner malt
1 lb Weyermann Pale Wheat malt
1 oz Magnum hop pellets
1 oz Golding hop pellets
1 oz Willamette hop pellets
1 Grain steeping bag
2 Hop steeping bags
1 Whirlfloc tablet
4 oz Dextrose (corn sugar)
Instruction Sheet

Additional information

Weight 12 lbs
Dimensions 18 × 7 × 12 in


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