Hot Rocks! Making a Stein Beer
To make a traditional German stein bier, use superheated granite to get your wort boiling.
Written by Thomas Miller
Issue: February 2001
While not exactly new to the craft beer world, the Italian Pilsner has been gaining popularity in recent years as consumers and breweries look to styles other than IPAs that can provide nice dry-hopped qualities.
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