Stock & Links

Vitåker Göteborg


Beerzelius Brewery

Stock (and previously used ingredients)

Malt, Hops and Yeast

Malts (crushed):

Pilsner malt (3 EBC) 500g

Muntons Maris Otter malt (6 EBC) 430g

CaraPils (8 EBC) 0g

Munich malt (15 EBC) 0g

Dark Munich malt (30 EBC) 0g

CaraAmber malt (70 ECB) 0g

CaraMunich II (120 EBC) 0g

CaraAroma malt (400 ECB) 0g

Roasted barley (1300 EBC) 0g

Acid malt (6 EBC) 0g

Flaked barley 0g

Wheat malt 0g



British (old world)

East Kent Goldings (5.3 α-acids) 35g (pellets) - Bryan

Target (13 α-acids) 65g (pellets)

Challenger (8.2 α-acids) 30g (pellets)

Admiral (14.3 α-acids) 28g (pellets) -Bryan

Fuggle (4.1 α-acids) 62g (pellets) -Bryan

American (new world)

Citra (13.9 α-acids) 5g (pellets) 10g (pellets)

Columbus/Tomahawk (17.4 α-acids) 10g (pellets)

Amarillo (8.2 α-acid) 5g (pellets)

Simcoe (11.4 α-acid) 20g (pellets)

Mosaic (12 α-acid) 30g (pellets)



WYEAST 1056 American Ale 0 packs (used for the SiVPA)

WYEAST 1318 London Ale III 0 packs

WYEAST 1098 British Ale 0 packs

WYEAST 1968 London ESB 0 packs

Mangrove Jack's British Ale 0 packs

Whitelabs Californian Ale WLP001 0 vials (used for a Wheat beer)

Whitelabs English Ale WLP002 0 vials (highly flocculent)

Whitelabs Irish Ale WLP004 0 vials (used for stout)

Whitelabs Dry English Ale WLP007 0 vials (high attenuation, fast)

Fermentis Safale US-05 dry yeast 0 packs (used for APA)




Irish moss 50g (4g per 10 litres 15 minutes from the end of boil)

Useful Links

BJCP Style Guidelines

An encyclopedia of different beer categories

Svenska Hembryggareföreningen

Öltypsdefination 2013

Complete Recipe Calculator

Plan your beer from begining to end with this ultimate calculator

IBU Calculator

Allows you to calculate how bitter your beer will be in International Bittering Units

OG, FG, ABV Calculator

Allows you to calculate the amount of malt required to reach your target ABV for your batch size

ABV Calculator

Allows you to calculate how much alcohol by volume your homebrew will have

Priming Calculator

Allows you to calculate how much sugar you require for bottle fermentation for your style of beer

Our Local Brew Shop

The Pot Belly Brew Shop Göteborg

Secondary Fermentation

Pros and Cons explained

Dry Hopping

Tips from


Copyright © 2014 Vitåker . All Rights Reserved