Stewart Brewing Co.’s Stewart’s 80/- clone (5 gallons/19 L, all-grain)OG = 1.043 FG = 1.009IBU = 28 SRM = 18 ABV = 4.4% Stewart’s 80/- is a full-bodied, full-flavored, auburn-colored classic Scottish heavy
It’s My Barrel, and I’ll Rye If I Want To (5 gallons/19 L, all-grain)OG = 1.064 FG = 1.016IBU = 29 SRM = 27 ABV = 6.4% Ingredients:3.25 lbs. (1.5 kg) Maris
I brewed a beer with compatible flavors for the acorns: A rye sour somewhere between English old ale and Flemish oud bruin.
Parti-gyle is an under-utilized technique in the brewing world, which is capable of producing multiple beer types during a single brew day. Here is a recipe from Aaron Hyde outlining a parti-gyle recipe which uses a 1⁄3 and 2⁄3 split of the mash, with the smaller volume Wee Heavy collected first and the larger volume Scottish Export being collected second.
The American brown ale was a style that arose through two distinct channels, the craft beer world and the homebrew world. Here is Gordon Strong’s take on the American brown ale that arose via the craft beer world, such as Pete’s Wicked Ale.
Last May, I was in Argentina to judge and speak at the South Beer Cup, sort of the Great American Beer Festival of South America. I spent several hours traveling with Pete
Co-owner Chris Andrus wants to make it clear that “this is NOT a novelty beer.” Label Up is “first and foremost a brown ale.” The maple and pecan flavors are not intended to create an overly-sweet palate and should not prevent anyone from enjoying multiple pints of it!
Bender is a category-bending American brown ale brewed with oat crystal malt. It is described by the brewery as “crisp and lightly hoppy, complemented by the velvety sleekness oats deliver. Belgian and British malts usher in cascades of cocoa, bitter coffee, caramel, and hints of vanilla and cream.”
“A dark brown English ale in which classic English malts meet the spicy hoppiness of the New World.”
According to Free Will Brewing Co., this is a “Coffee, oatmeal, brown ale. Incredibly rich undertones of brown sugar, caramel and graham cracker. One pound of Speakeasy coffee per brewery barrel added post fermentation creates a prominent nose and taste of coffee.” This clone recipe includes a variation on the base C.O.B. beer with the addition of coconut and cocao.