Tag Archives: Goldpils Vienna

Be(er) My Valentine?

Who wouldn’t like beer this Valentine’s Day? But, which style would be sweetest for your sweetheart?

To show appreciation to the beer admirer in your life, pair those roses with a Red Ale.

The moderate caramel, sweet sugar and toffee notes, as well as a clean finish make this a wonderful … [More]

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The Biggest Little Bucket: New Briess CBW® Mini Pails!

What’s small but creating a big buzz? The new 30 pound Briess CBW® Liquid Malt Extract Mini Pail!

With the Mini Pail, you get a convenient and easy to use package filled with 30 pounds of awesome extract.

Once you’ve emptied your Mini Pail, reuse your Mini Pail for fermenting, sanitizing,… [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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Introducing the first Briess single-malt extracts

Looking for a new malt extract for your next brew? Here ya go! Briess is adding two new CBW® malt extracts to its product portfolio…each produced from a single malt:

CBW® Goldpils® Vienna malt extract (6º L at… [More]

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Malt of the Month: Goldpils® Vienna – Recipe for American-Style Märzen

The early 1800’s started a new era for the way malts were cooked and dried. Newly designed equipment started using indirect heat, allowing maltsters to control the temperature throughout the malting process. During this time,… [More]

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