Beer Style: Pale Ale Family

Avant Garde American Pale Ale

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This beer won a gold medal in the first round of the 2008 NHC competition. Recipe written by Gordon Strong.


Classic American Pale Ale

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Gordan Strong provides an all-grain version and extract with grains version of his first American Pale Ale recipe. It won gold medals in five different competitions.


Kölsch II

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Jamil Zainasheff provides the groundwork to crafting an authentic styled Kölsch beer. He provides two recipe options, here is the second option.


Kölsch I

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Jamil Zainasheff provides the groundwork to crafting an authentic styled Kölsch beer. He provides two recipe options, here is the first option.


British Pale Mild

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Jamil Zainasheff provides readers with a recipe for a classic British Pale Mild. These are generally less hoppy when compared to an Ordinary Bitter.


British Dark Mild Ale

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Jamil Zainasheff provides readers with a recipe for a British Dark Mild. This British session ale is known for its low hop character when compared to bitters and pale ales with a lot more toasted malt presence in the dark milds. Often served via cask in its native land.


Best Bitter

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Noted English beer writer Martyn Cornell described bitter as the “iconic pint” that is the “country’s favourite drink” in his excellent book, Amber, Gold & Black. That was certainly my impression the


British Golden Ale

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by the numbers OG: 1.038–1.053 FG:1.006–1.012 SRM:2-6 IBU:20–45 ABV:3.8–5.0% Of all the places with a long brewing tradition, Great Britain has probably seen more changes over the years due to wars, government


Belgian Single

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by the numbers OG: 1.044-1.054 FG:1.004-1.010 SRM:3-5 IBU:25-45 ABV:4.8-6.0% Trappist monasteries are rightfully known for their excellent beers. Brewed with devotion and service in mind, these beers are used to generate money


Make Award-Winning Session Beers

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One of the trends of the past few years that I’ve welcomed is the rediscovery of lower-alcohol craft beers. Perhaps it’s a reaction to the “imperial everything” trend or just consumers becoming


Brewing Better Belgians

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  Belgian ales are complex and elegant. They’re my favorites to homebrew and drink. One issue I’ve had, however, is finding a Belgian beer that’s less than six months old in the


Australian Sparkling Ale

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Australian sparkling ale was added to the Beer Judge Certification Program Style Guide in 2015, but it’s been brewed in Australia since the 19th century to compete against pale ales imported from England.


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