Beer Style: Smoked Beer

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Old Smoky Scots Ale

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OG = 1.052  FG = 1.015 IBU = 18  SRM = 18  ABV = 5% Ingredients: 1/2 lb. (0.23 kg) dark crystal malt (80 °L) 1/4 lb. (113 g) peat-smoked malt 1/4 lb. (113 g) roasted barley 7 lbs. (3.2 kg) light liquid malt extract 5 AAU Fuggles hop pellets (60 min.) (1 oz./28 g


Randy Scorby’s Classic Rauchbier

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Best of Show, AHA NHC (840 entries)


St. Charles Smoked Beer

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Ed Seaman • 2003 AHA Nationals Gold Medal Winner, Category 23: Smoke-Flavored Beer>


Rauchbear

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This beer took First Place in the Classic Rauchbier category at the 2001 Alaska State Fair Homebrew Competition. — Mark Ryan


Weyerbacher Fifteen (Smoked Imperial Stout) clone

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A smoked Imperial Stout to sip…and enjoy.


Smoke on the Lager (Rauchbier)

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A Märzen-style rauchbier


Bamberg Rauchbier

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An ancient beer style that’s still smokin’.


Brewing Smoked Beers: Tips from the Pros

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Brian O’Reilly (Sly Fox), Andrew Brown (Wynkoop) and Curtis Holmes (Alaskan) discuss the specifics of brewing smoked beers.


Smoked Beer

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 Are you a fan of barbecue and beer? How about barbecued flavor in your beer? Find out how to brew a smoked beer and how to smoke your own malt.


Rauchbier (Awesome Atavism)

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The biggest trick to making a good rauchbier is getting a clean smoke
character, one in which chlorine compounds from your water don’t react
with the smoky phenols to make odd flavors and aromas. To avoid this,
carbon filter your water and — because carbon filtration may not remove
all the chlorine compounds in your water — treat your brewing liquor
with one crushed Campden tablet per 20 gallons (76 L).


The 10 Hardest Beer Styles to Homebrew

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Witbier. Wee Heavey. Tripel. Schwartzbier. Gueze. Eisbock. Dry Stout. Berliner Weisse. American Pilsner – are these the 10 most difficult styles for a homebrewer to pull off? They won’t be after reading our recipes and tips for success.


Smoked Maple Amber Ale

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An American-style Amber Ale, with maple sap and syrup.  Maple sap is the clear liquid that maple syrup is made from. In this recipe, maple sap replaces your brewing liquor. Maple sap contains 2.5% sugar on average. (In contrast, maple syrup contains around 66% sugar.) If you don’t have access to maple sap, use water and add an extra 1.66 pints of maple syrup during the boil. The amount of German smoked malt called for will only yield the faintest whiff of smoke. For a stronger smoked flavor, try replacing it with some home-smoked malt (we’d try hickory smoke.


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