Category Archives: Homebrewing

Roasted S’mores Stout recipe

Most of us can remember building a snowman in our parents’ front yard with our siblings or neighbors once upon a time. Living in Wisconsin we are privileged to truly have all four seasons of the year. If you are a winter enthusiast, then building a snowman is tradition unlike any other. Enjoying… [More]

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Muddy Tracks Coffee Brown Ale

Nestled in the farm fields of Chilton, WI you will find a sleepy town of 3,933 residents that is home to Briess Malt & Ingredients Co. With just a touch over 4 square miles, farming and agriculture carry a long decorated history in this area of Calumet County.

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Freshly Brewed — Learn to Homebrew Day is 11/3

Homebrewers and homebrew retailers, earmark your calendars for Saturday, November 3, as we join the celebration of the 20th annual Learn to Homebrew Day tradition established by the American Homebrewers Association. On this day, thousands of homebrewers get together to brew, and to teach others … [More]

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Dark Munich Amber Ale

Be sure to grab to stop by the Briess Booth #603 at Homebrew Con 2018 in Portland, OR, to get your bag of Dark Munich 30L Malt and then try this lovely copper colored, malty ale with a well-balanced American hop character. Recipe for 5 US gallons (19L)

OG: 1.060

FG: 1.015

ABV: 5.9%

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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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