Every year, CAMRA — the UK’s Campaign for Real Ale — give the best traditional British ales its Champion Beers of Britain award . . . we’ve cloned six for you to brew.
The Replicator clones Surly Brewing Company’s Furious.
Try making this homebrew-sized batch of Founders Brewing Company's tasty stout - for breakfast even!
This opens with a deep caramel apple character with notes of plums and sultanas. The tart fruity finish has hints of raisins and a spiciness lent by the rustic hops. One of the best examples of an old ale on the market.
This is a Belgian Dubbel, indicating a higher alcohol content.
A text-book, delicious wee-heavy...
The Pacific Northwest has grown to be one of the most storied brewing regions in North America. As one of the foremost hop regions in the world, beers from this area have a unique fingerprint. While beers with citrusy hop notes are produced in vast quantities, maltier brews like porter and stout are also produced with that original Pacific northwest touch.
It's arguably the most famous holiday beer in the world - Samichlaus. Learn from homebrewers who have made it how to clone this Christmas classic.
Homebrew India Pale Ale and Imperial India Pale Ale Clone Recipes
Clone recipes to recreate your favorite commercial hoppy brews, including: Dogfish Head's 90-minute IPA, AleSmith IPA, Three Floyd's Dreadnaught, Hop Rod Rye, Racer 5 IPA, Russian River's Pliny the Elder, Rogue Imperial IPA, Lagunitas IPA, Acme IPA, Elissa IPA, Sierra Nevada Celebration Ale, Bell's Two Hearted Ale and Stone Brewing's Ruination IPA.
The replicator comes up with a homebrew clone recipe for a refreshing commercial summer ale.