The chocolate malt gives this popular beer a brown-amber color.
A California Common (American Lager). Anchor Brewing Company has always been very generous to homebrewers. This recipe makes a beer similar in flavor to Anchor Steam, but a bit bigger in mouthfeel, hops and malt flavors. If you want a beer a bit drier and more like Anchor Steam, eliminate the Munich, Victory and pale chocolate malts.
Try brewing these recipes for beers brewed by BYO's Dave Green, which were tasted live by Brad Ring on National Public Radio's daily show "On Point" on Friday, October 1, 2010.
An American Pale Ale, this recipe is for the ultimate short brew day. From flame-on to cleanup is only 90 minutes. Lots of floral, fruity Simcoe flavor and aroma from the 15-minute boil.
Dogfish's original American Pale Ale and most approachable beer.
Kölsch is a tricky beer style to pull off. Some would say that stovetop extract brewers shouldn’t even think about trying it. Not us. We know that if you take a scientific approach you can do it. However, you need to read these instructions carefully before you brew and follow them exactly.
A blonde ale kit from South Hills Brewing Supply
Another Pale Ale kit. It is kind of a cross between an American Pale Ale and a Blonde Ale.
The Winemaker Shop, Fort Worth, Texas
Not your typical American Pale Ale. This one comes with cherries.
Homebrew Pro Shoppe, Inc., Olathe, Kansas
Although “bigger” than BJCP guidelines would suggest, this hefe’s extra kick is eased by crystal hops and Weihenstephan yeast.
The Beverage People, Santa Rosa, California
Another American Lager recipe.
The Cellar Homebrew, Seattle, Washington
This is a light, crisp and wonderfully delicious beer Ben Knoerdel made for his wife who doesn’t like hoppy beer.
A Spiced Pale Summer Ale.
Great Fermentations, Indianapolis, Indiana
All the hoppiness of an Indian Pale Ale (IPA), with rye malt rounding out the flavor profile - RyePA.
-Bader Beer & Wine Supply & Bader Winery, Vancouver, Washington, www.baderbrewing.com
William’s Brewing, San Leandro, California
“Grande” was designed by Randy Guerrero, an employee of William’s Brewing in San Leandro, California to accompany the setting summer sun.
Many Siciliano’s customers regularly request a recipe for a “Michigan” style wheat ale.
A couple from one of the local homebrew clubs sent out a call to the club members to provide homebrew for their upcoming wedding reception. A couple of hours into their reception, the keg of Pendulum Swinger Light Ale had already blown!
Somethings Brewn’, Galesburg, Illinois