This beer has overtones of both caramel and nuttiness, with hints of roastiness in the background, augmented by the lushness of two different kinds of Belgian candi sugar. Hops are very much in the background. Splitting the batch and employing two different yeast strains provides an interesting variation, with 1388 being notably the "cleaner" of the two and 3787 providing a richer complexity.
An Amber Ale, with pumpkin, honey, and cinnamon. This is a rich, smooth pumpkin ale with a nice sweetness and spiciness. It won third place in specialty fruit/spice beers two years ago in the Peach State Brew-Off in Georgia.
Abbey Ale is another Strong Belgian Ale.
This recipe is very flexible. You can add fruit extracts to make fruit beers or add coriander and orange peel to make a Belgian white beer. (Change the yeast also to be true to style!)
A fantastic extract brew with an all-grain taste. Perfect hop/malt balance on the palate with tremendous hop aroma. Definite German tones.
"This is a heavy, strong Imperial Stout. The flavor is excellent and very smooth. It has a slight chocolate flavor."
One of the most popular styles brewers ask for is pale ale. This one is simple and delicious.
An American IPA, rich and malty with a refreshing, hoppy character.
A Steam Beer, this one is very smooth with a light sweetness and 6.7 percent alcohol by volume.
This is a beer for those who have had little exposure to the heavier ales.
This is a beer for true hop heads. It has won awards at several regional homebrew competitions.
A sweet stout with a strong flavor and high alcohol content.
This apricot ale won first place in the Oregon Homebrew Festival, second at the Oregon State Fair, and third at the Mill Creek Classic in 1996.
This recipe makes an excellent special bitter, full-flavored, full-bodied beer that is sure to please. It has won several medals in local competitions.
"The Ultimate Porter was created while looking for the perfect porter. I believe I have found it. I have brewed it four times now, and it is the perfect blend of hop aroma and dark bitterness."
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