Recipe Type: Partial Mash

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Homebrew Chicha Beer


Homebrew Chicha Beer (5 gallons/19 L, all-grain)OG = 1.048   FG = 1.010IBU = 0   SRM = 2   ABV = 5.1% This is a more traditional, rustic version using homemade and

Titletown Brewing Company’s Green 19 IPA clone

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Trading bitterness for hop flavor, balance is the goal, especially with generous additions of caramel and Victory® malt that provide additional body, color, and balancing sweetness.

New Realm Brewing Company’s English Porter clone

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A deeper-colored London porter made from all English ingredients based in the tradition of the great English classics.

American Imperial Stout

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American Imperial Stout (5 gallons/19 L, all-grain) OG = 1.130  FG = 1.040IBU = 60  SRM = 86  ABV = 12%  Our imperial oatmeal stout takes big and bold to the next level. This is a double mashed stout using an intricate malt bill with a lower percentage of base malt and the addition of rye malt

American Oatmeal Stout

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American Oatmeal Stout (5 gallons/19 L, all-grain) OG = 1.068  FG = 1.014IBU = 60–65  SRM = 35  ABV = 7% For the regular strength stout recipe we’ve combined a classic oatmeal stout recipe with an American stout recipe. We keep a similar percent of base malt vs. specialty malt from our session stout, just adding more

Fairgate Gingerbread Stout

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Fairgate Gingerbread Stout (5 gallons/19 L, all-grain)OG = 1.088  FG = 1.021IBU = 51  SRM = 50  ABV = 9% Ingredients8.8 lbs. (4 kg) North American 2-row malt2.1 lbs. (0.95 kg) Munich malt13 oz. (370 g) flaked oats13 oz. (370 g) Carapils® (dextrin) malt 1.1 lbs. (0.5 kg) black barley (500 °L)11 oz. (310 g) crystal

Gruit Ale

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Although technically with no hops this beer is 0 IBUs, the rosemary and yarrow will impart a pronounced herbal bitterness.

Rebel Queen

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I like to think of this as a transatlantic lager, using a U.S.-inspired malt profile with a single British hop variety (Boadicea). I’ve often thought British hops would be well-suited to lager brewing and I think this proves it. Light and refreshing, this is perfect for summer barbecues.

I Don’t Want to Change the World

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I came up with this recipe with my brewing buddy Keith Bartlett to answer a long-standing question we’d both been wondering: How close to a New England IPA could you get using only British hops? It turns out, pretty close. This beer has all the juicy, tropical fruit flavors you’d expect, complemented by a subtle spicy note just to remind you where the hops are from.

Skilled Archer

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Of everything that I’ve brewed at home over the last 12 months, this single-hopped beer seems to have achieved the greatest universal approval amongst my friends and family, despite their very different beer tastes. It’s probably best described as a British-style golden ale, but a slightly odd one given that it’s fermented with a kveik yeast. Nicely balanced, with a rich and bready malt profile and clean yeast character that allows the stone fruit aromas of the Archer® hops to shine through. I’ll be sure to make this one again.

Behemoth Brewing Co.’s Chocolate Fish Milk Stout clone

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A flavorful beer led by chocolate with notes of raspberry supporting. The beer drinks like a chocolate raspberry dessert while retaining all the character and drinkability of a traditional milk stout.

Newburgh Brewing Co.’s Cherry Chocolate Cake clone

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Newburgh Brewing Co.’s Cherry Chocolate Cake clone (5 gallons/19 L, all-grain)OG = 1.075  FG = 1.018IBU = 36  SRM = 46  ABV = 7.5% Chris Basso, the Head Brewer and Co-Owner of Newburgh Brewing Company, in Newburgh, New York made his way into craft beer from the world of fine dining as a graduate of

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