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Fair Isle Brewing’s Madame R. Galle clone

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A very pale, almost straw-colored farmhouse saison, Madame R. Galle is identified by its dense, fluffy white head. A slight haze may be present.


Pickle Beer

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If you are on the hunt for a beer that is nice and refreshing on a hot day, here is a recipe for you!


Earth Eagle Brewing Co.’s New England Gangsta clone

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Earth Eagle Brewing Co.’s New England Gangsta clone (5 gallons/19 L, all-grain)OG = 1.058   FG = 1.010IBU = 54  SRM = 6  ABV = 6.4% This West Coast-style IPA is a


Unicorn Brewing Co.’s Cliffhanger Kölsch-Style Beer clone

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Unicorn Brewing Co.’s Cliffhanger Kölsch-Style Beer clone (5 gallons/19 L, all-grain)OG = 1.053  FG = 1.011IBU = 25  SRM = 4  ABV = 5.5%   This is a scaled down version of


Carillon Brewing Co.’s Coriander Ale clone

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Based on a recipe from the mid-19th century, Coriander Ale is yellow to yellow-gold in appearance. Its aroma is moderately spicy with a fruitiness from the coriander seed. Fruity esters from the British Ale yeast are married to the citrus notes of the coriander and there is a lingering impression of heat from the chili peppers. There is also a soft well-rounded malt character reminiscent of honey and moderate hop bitterness.


Carillon Brewing Co.’s Ginger Pale Ale clone

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The base of their Ginger Pale Ale is a traditional mid-19th century English pale ale but with fresh ginger, honey, and a moderate dose of hops added. This beer is golden in color, aromatically floral with underlying notes of spice and hops. Despite being a dry beer, Ginger Pale Ale has a deceptively sweet character that balances the strong ginger spiciness with the hops playing a supporting role. If you don’t have toasted malt, perhaps substitute Munich malt.


Gordon Strong’s Pre-Prohibition Lager

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I’m presenting a modern homebrew version of this recipe that uses flaked maize rather than a cereal mash, and has some upgraded malt and hops.


Victory Brewing Co.’s Mad King’s Weiss clone

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Originally made decades ago for the former Ludwig’s Garden Restaurant in Philadelphia, this beer continues to amaze with its balance of spice and esters. Hoppier and stronger than a typical Bavarian hefeweizen, yet more estery than a Belgian blond ale, the wheat malt plays well with the Belgian Trappist strain making it a favorite of many Victory Brewing fans.


Victory Brewing Co.’s PrimaPils clone

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Victory Brewing Co.’s award-winning, amped up German Pilsner with fresh noble hop aroma, bracing hop dryness, gentle malt character, and ultra clean fermentation.


Squash Tripel

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An unspiced squash tripel recipe courtesy of Will Meyers, Brewmaster at Cambridge Brewing Company in Cambridge, Massachusetts.


Wheat Beer Two Ways

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Wheat Beer Two Ways – American Wheat Beer & German Weissbier (6 gallons/23 L, all-grain) OG = 1.051  FG = 1.011–1.1014IBU = 15  SRM = 4  ABV = 5.3% You’ll be brewing one batch but need two fermenters as you’ll be pitching two different yeasts. The American wheat will use an American ale yeast like SafAle US-05,


Left Hand Brewing Co.’s Oktoberfest clone

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The beer is crystal clear with copper hues. Biscuit and bread crust notes lead, supported by noble hop character that provides a dry and spicy finish.


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