Tag Archives: Carapils Malt

Pandemic Barleywine

As a homebrewer, what better way is there to reflect the optimism that comes with the start of a new year than to brew a barleywine. It has always been one of my favorite beer styles.  So as the year came to an end, I started looking at my favorites for some ideas – Sierra Nevada … [More]

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Tech Services = Science & Solutions (a Conversation with Bob Hansen)

From the pilot brewery to the lab, Briess is committed to using our resources to help develop lasting solutions for our customers. There are many ways we do this and you are always top of mind. To help communicate ways we strive to strengthen our relationships with all of you, I wanted to have a… [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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Santa’s Little Helper Winter Lager

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.

Type: Lager

Style: Other Lager

Batch Size: 5 gallons

Recipe Type: Extract with grain

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Winter’s Night Dry Stout

The unique woody, dry character of the Extra Special Malt makes this stout as dark, dry and crisp as a winter’s night.

Type: Ale

Style: Stout

Batch Size: 5 gallons

Recipe Type: Extract with grain

Recipe Contributed By: Briess Technical Services Team

 
Ingredients

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