Tag Archives: Extract with grain

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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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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Pumpkin’ Patch Porter

With Labor Day gone, the fall season is upon us and this autumn seasonal is a great beer to share with friends and family. Pumpkin has become the most popular vegetable beer in recent years, and is added to many different styles. The beer mellows nicely when aged, and will be enjoyed through… [More]

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Tangerine Scream Wheatwine

Wheatwine has become a popular seasonal style for breweries in the winter months. With its sweet and strong backbone, it’s a great style to age. We took this behemoth of a beer and added a nice healthy dose of hoppy citrus goodness.

Type: Ale

Style: Wheat

Batch Size: 5 gallons

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Victorious Vienna Lager

Sometimes it’s the simplest flavors that make a lager perfect and complex. This recipe is just a few ingredients, but it’s an excellent showcase for the depth of flavor you’ll find in Briess’ CBW® Goldpils® Vienna Extract.

Type: Lager

Style: Vienna

Batch Size: 5 gallons

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