Beer Style: Specialty Beer Family

Valley Forge Winter Spruce Ale

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Spruce beer was a common colonial beverage in George Washington’s time and no doubt would have been welcome during the cold winter at Valley Forge.


Rogue Ales: Hazelnut Brown Nectar clone

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A nutty twist to a traditional European Brown Ale. Dark brown in color with a hazelnut aroma, a rich nutty flavor and a smooth malty finish


Holiday Ale

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Tis the season for celebrations…


Hot! Hot! Hot! Brewing with Chili Peppers

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From jalapeno to habanero, how to make scorching chili beer at home.


Hot Tips for Making Great Smoked Beers

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From using extract to smoking your own malt, here’s how to do it.


Smoked Maple Brown Ale

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“Kick Save, and a Beauty…” by Scott R. Russell  I had a fairly athletic upbringing. All of my male relatives were sports fans, and I can’t remember ever not being one myself.


Rosemary IPA

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I have an alter ego, a secret identity, in short a day job. I’m a high-school French teacher. Pretty mundane, sometimes, but that’s one of the reasons I make my own beer.


Take Heart with Winter Warmers

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These seasonal beers were traditionally served to warm the body and soul with their herbs, spices, and high alcohol content. Recipes included for spruce beer, wassail, and a brew to fight off Old Man Winter.


Smoked Wee Heavy

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Long, slow, and cool fermentation is a crucial element for this beer, which otherwise gets too fruity and bitter; the smoked malt can develop fusel and/or sulfury notes if overdone or if fermented too warm. Hop levels are deliberately low; this beer is all about malt.


Cyserale

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Partial mash with honey and fruit juice.


Brewing Hempen Ale

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The brewer who developed Hempen Ale and Hempen Gold tells us how he created the popular and controversial beers.


Braggot

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Golden colored, full-bodied, smooth, and rich. An ale to be aged well, saved for special occasions, and even then to be savored slowly.


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