Author Archives: Aaron Hyde

Mud Season Maibock

As the dirt roads begin to thaw and the trails become muddy from melting snow and rain, this Maibock is a perfect brew to enjoy during the fifth season. Brew in March or April for an exceptional malty treat in May. This big, malty lager is a springtime tradition gaining in popularity in both … [More]

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Be(er) My Valentine?

Who wouldn’t like beer this Valentine’s Day? But, which style would be sweetest for your sweetheart?

To show appreciation to the beer admirer in your life, pair those roses with a Red Ale.

The moderate caramel, sweet sugar and toffee notes, as well as a clean finish make this a wonderful … [More]

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Winter Spiced Ale Recipe

This Ale brings a sweet, malty backbone with rich spices of cinnamon, nutmeg and cloves, and a hint of vanilla and a touch of dark chocolate malt. Whether you find yourself surrounded by snow on the ski trail or snuggled by a cozy fire, this spiced ale is the perfect drink to warm you up.

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Briess Gingerbread Cookie Imperial Stout Recipe

I’m sitting here drinking a gingerbread latte, scrolling through a list of gingerbread beers being released this year. By the way – gingerbread latte > pumpkin spice latte. Also, gingerbread beer is better than pumpkin spice beer. This author’s opinion only, of course!

Here’s a … [More]

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BYO Boot Camp : San Diego, February 2018!

Brew Your Own magazine has set the standard in homebrew education with their BYO Boot Camps. Pulling in the best lecturers on the most prevalent homebrew topics has made each past event a big success…. [More]

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