Beer Style: Strong Ale Family

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Peat Smoked Wee Heavy

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This is a big, rich, malty and strong brew – the smoke, although present, seems restrained compared to all the other flavors.


T&R Theakston Brewery: Old Peculier clone

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The beer that made Masham, England, famous, Old Peculier is rich, dark and smooth tasting, with a character all of its own. Glorious, rich, full of flavor, but hard to come by.


Old Ale

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  OLD ALE OG = 1.060 to 90+ FG = 1.015 to 22+ IBUs = 30 to 60  SRM = 12 to 16  Old ales are often regarded as winter warmers and


Strong Ales

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Old ale, Scotch Ale, Barleywine or Belgian: Spring is a fine time to flex your brewing muscles and make a batch of strong ale.


Old Ale

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Old ales are strong, almost always dark ales that are sometimes known as strong ales. They are English in origin and range from the Eldridge Pope brewery’s famed Thomas Hardy’s ale, which


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.


Belgian Golden

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There is no official “Belgian golden” category. Rather, it is “Belgian pale,” but this beer should not be confused with a regular pale ale of any sort. In fact if it were


Christmas Present Olde Ale

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This ale is (loosely) based on a recipe for a barleywine.


Dubbel Trubbel

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Here is my recipe for a spiced dubbel, not patterned after any one commercial example but rather an amalgam of several but with a bit of a twist. It is moderately strong, medium dark, spicy from both the yeast and the flavorings added. I recommend aging it well, trying it several different times over the course of a couple of years. In effect you will probably find that you have brewed several different small batches in one, as the flavors really evolve over time.


Scotch Ales

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With a brewing history dating  to 43 AD, Scottish beer has had plenty of time to mature into a world-class beverage. With the craft-brewing movement channeling most of its energy into German


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