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Some flavor pairings are so obviously complementary; it’s perhaps inevitable that they become trends. The perfect maple beer has long been a dream of many a brewer, and it’s clear that brewers

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Juicy. Hazy. These style descriptors have become so commonplace in the craft beer world over the past two decades that everyone can picture the beer in their mind upon a single word.

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Beer Brunch

Pumpkin pie, turkey with all the fixings or a glazed ham, cold evenings by the fire with wool blankets, gingerbread cookies, and winter ale. There are so many lovely things about fall

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Making Ice Cider

If you like making hard cider, you might enjoy making ice cider. Try fermenting this delicious dessert beverage that hails from the cool climate of Québec.

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One of the great things about modern technology is our ability to connect with like-minded individuals no matter where they live. Two homebrewers thousands of miles apart connected over their interest for brewing with candy cap mushrooms.

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We here at BYO spoke and Gordon listened . . . check out the history and keys to making a Belgian pale ale that would make an Antwerpian proud (if that is what they are called).

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Lurking in the dark recesses of beer history are many formerly famous brews that are now all but forgotten. This is particularly true in countries with old beer cultures, such as Great

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Creepy clowns are now found outside of Derry, Maine . . . the Replicator unleashes the Route of All Evil from Two Roads Brewing Co. There is no putting this one back in its box.

Troubleshooting

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When substituting bittering hops, how important are the hop characteristics? It would seem that the boiling of the hops destroys most everything except the desired bitterness. Also, the hop substitution guide lists Northern Brewer as a substitute for Perle but not the reverse. Can you clarify this for me?

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