Recipes

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Blonde Bloke British Golden Ale

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This Golden Ale recipe uses two specialty malts that will add body and mouthfeel to what otherwise might be a fairly straightforward beer. The subtle complexity of the dextrin and caramelized oats make this a summery beer without being boring.


20/30 Vision Helles Bock

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This Helles Bock recipe showcases the bold and dynamic flavors from lighter malts. The four specialty malts all contribute to the beer in their own way providing a broad range of flavors and aromas including biscuity, bready, malty, and toffee notes.


Turning Point Brew Co.’s Nightcall clone

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The bitterness of this Yorkshire bitter is below the minimum for a best bitter under the BJCP Style Guide. Bitterness is still present with the lower ABV beer, but the star of the show is the malt character. A healthy addition of melanoidin malt gives the beer the classic biscuit flavor Yorkshire bitters are known for, with more caramel character being added with the brown and crystal malts. The late addition of the East Kent Golding hops add floral notes with a hint of fruit character from the Archer addition. As my Grandad would have said: “A proper pint.”


Marble Beers’ Manchester Bitter clone

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You can see the focus on the distinctive color with the use of the extra pale malt, giving wiggle room to build some malt flavor with crystal and Munich malts. The ABV is the mid-range of a best bitter, but just tips over the maximum IBUs. What you’re left with is a light and refreshing but incredibly bitter beer. 


Smocadh (Bamberg-style rauchbier)

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This rauchbier recipe is courtesy of my brewing partner, Fernando López Angulo. The smoked malt adds a smoky complexity without overpowering the other flavors. While Fernando uses a smoke gun and a variety of tinctures and oils to dial in his smoke profile, this recipe is a good starting point. If you are new to brewing smoked beer, experimentation may be needed to dial in the smoke level for your particular palate. Due to the large percentage of smoked malt, this recipe does not translate well to extract-based brewing.


Aussie-Style DIPA

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This dip-hopped double IPA is one of the most unusual flavor profiles I have ever made. The dip hop mix produces flavors very much like white wine. 


River’s Edge Brewing Co.’s Indubious Belgian-style Dubbel clone

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Indubious, which won a silver medal at the 2015 Great American Beer Festival, is a Belgian-style dubbel brewed with a caramel and aromatic malt, and boosted with caramelized candi sugar to hit an ABV of 8.1%.


Gordon Strong’s Braggot

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A braggot with an English barleywine base beer with about half the fermentables coming from wildflower honey.


Gordon Strong’s German Pilsner

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This German Pilsner recipe can be used as a template for any hoppy Pilsner. Replace bittering hops with a first wort hop addition of a flavor hop, move flavor and aroma hops to the whirlpool or dry hopping, and alter the variety of hops to match the target profile for the style.


Piney River Brewing Co.’s Black Walnut clone

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A dark wheat ale brewed with black walnuts that contribute a nutty, fruity flavor


Gordon Strong’s British Brown Ale

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The base malt is a mix of Maris Otter and Golden Promise. Torrified wheat provides some of the character flavor and a little body. Mid-range crystal malts provide some caramel flavors, and the light dose of chocolate malt gives enough of the nutty flavor without tasting overtly chocolate-like.


Schumacher Latzenbier clone

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Latzenbier, at 5.5% ABV, is a bit more malty than Schumacher’s everyday altbier, yet still nicely balanced toward the bitter end.


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