This Gueuze is a typical, traditional Belgian-style recipe. Brew frequently throughout the year cellaring your Gueuze for months to years. After a year, if you have at least 3 batches of different ages, you can begin experimenting with blending. Your … [More]
Mark your calendars, and get signed up now! I’ll be teaching a course at BYO Boot Camp on Advanced Extract Brewing in Santa Rosa, … [More]
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I’m not trying to start any wars here, but when someone you respect says your Galaxy/Citra Double IPA is better than perfect, it can go to your head. So give me the name, this one time 🙂
Originally done as an all-grain recipe, you can just substitute out the 11 pounds of extract for 15 pounds… [More]
Sure to fuel the late night gift wrapping session or ease the pain from the sledding accidents, this lightly spiced amber lager ages very well up to 6 months.
Style: Other Lager
Batch Size: 5 gallons
Recipe Type: Extract with grain
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An inclusion of Briess Carabrown® Malt puts a nutty twist on this lager-like German ale.
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