Category Archives: Recipes

It’s time to brew for Oktoberfest!

As a malt guy, you can’t blame me for loving Oktoberfest.

Though, in recent years the traditional ‘festbier’ has gotten less malty, which led to a lighter color.  The idea being, if you were celebrating Oktoberfest, you were probably going to drink a lot!  Paulaner Brewery was one of the … [More]

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Recipes : Blending for More Flavor

My session at  Homebrew Con this year was on Beer Blending Tip & Techniques. It covered a wide array of information on beer blending including new information coming out of technical articles and… [More]

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Copperhead Vienna Lager

This Vienna Lager features two new malts from Briess- Synergy Select Pilsen Malt and Carapils® Copper Malt.  I love a good amber lager, and … [More]

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Recipe: Steady as She Gueuze

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]

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Better Than Perfect Double IPA

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]

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