Tag Archives: CBW Pilsen Light

Malted Hot Cocoa and Homemade CBW® Marshmallows Recipe

As the temperatures begin to dip below freezing and forecasts of snow appear, a hot cup of cocoa is the perfect cup of cheer. A delicious twist on this holiday classic is to simply add a little malted milk powder to give it a creamy, rich malty flavor. You can top off this wintery treat with … [More]

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Mowing The Monastery Belgian Single

Referred to as an Enkel (“single” in Dutch,) or Patersbier (“father’s beer”,) the Belgian single is the “lawnmower” beer of the Belgian monks.  This sessionable style does not get in the way of one’s daily endeavors like … [More]

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Frostbite White IPA

A winter seasonal style that emerged from IPA, the most popular craft beer style in the US. It uses a combination that takes the grain bill of Belgian Witbier, but utilizes American hops. The wheat base stands up well against the citrus … [More]

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Recipe of the Week: Dubbel Reserve

Briess Carabrown® and Caracrystal® Wheat malts had only been out for a year when Briess Tech Services Manager Bob Hansen wrote this all-grain recipe back in 2010. Selecting these two malts for this belly-warming Belgian Ale proved to be … [More]

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Recipe of the Week: Gregorian’s Fifth (Maibock)

Here’s a recipe to help get you in that “spring is right around the corner” mood. This traditional German-inspired bock is brewed in the winter months and lagered until spring to develop a clean, malty… [More]

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