Tag Archives: Dark Chocolate Malt

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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A collaboration of beers to boast about at CBC

There are four “beery” good reasons to visit the Briess booth on the trade show floor at the upcoming Craft Brewers Conference: The Rye of the Tiger, a Rye Porter,  ImpeRYEal Red and a collaboration beer.   And, oh yeah, don’t forget the famous Briess malted milk balls, which will be displayed … [More]

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Ebenezer’s Elation

Combining gingerbread inspired spices and a malty sweetness, this spiced ale should fill the grumpiest of humbugging Scrooges with holiday elation.

Type: Ale

Style: Other Ale

Batch Size: 5 gallons

Recipe Type: All grain

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Recipe of the Week: Dan’s Dark Chocolate Ale

If you stopped by the Briess display at last week’s NHC Homebrew Expo, Dan was probably the one who poured you a Dark Chocolate Ale. Dan’s our pilot brewer and he developed this recipe for inspiration, since we were distributing free 8oz samples of … [More]

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Armed with beer and malt, I’m going to the NHC

After learning I’d be making my first appearance at the AHA National Homebrewers Conference this year, there was only one logical place for me to prep for it. The Briess Pilot Brewery.

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