Recipes

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Jolly Pumpkin Brewing Company La Roja clone

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“This one of our signature beers, if you will. It is loosely based in the Flanders sour red tradition.” — Ron Jeffries


Russian River Brewing Co. Temptation clone

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A Belgian-styled blonde ale aged on oak with Brett added. "When we fill the used Chardonnay barrels, we only add Brettanomyces in with the beer as we are filling the barrels. The acidity comes from the bacteria that are floating around our barrel room.  To achieve the acidity as a homebrewer, you’ll need to add some Lacto and Pedio."
— Vinnie Cilurzo


New Holland Brewing Co. Dragon’s Milk clone

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New Holland describes Dragon’s Milk as, “A stout with roasty malt character intermingled with deep vanilla tones, all dancing in an oak bath.” And who doesn’t like Dragon’s Miilk?


Gary Foster’s Spotted Dog (California Common)

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A fun twist on the classic California Common recipe.


Smoke on the Lager (Rauchbier)

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A Märzen-style rauchbier


Alex Drobshoff’s Traditional Bock

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One of the winners of Boston Brewing Company’s LongShot contest.


Andrew Clark’s Düesseldorfer Altbier

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Many recipes for Altbier use a large percentage of Pilsner malt along with some Munich malt, but in this recipe Munich II as the base malt lends a fantastic malt presence that blends beautifully with the hops.


English Bitter

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Using good quality UK malts and hops really makes a difference with this beer. Yeast choice can affect the flavor of the beer considerably – experiment with available English Ale strains to find one you like.  Drink this beer while it is young and fresh.
— recipe author Scott Simpson


Ross Mitchell’s Spiced Ale

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Based on the winter specialty brewed yearly by Anchor Brewing Co. , with different spices each year. When tasted young the anise was dominant, but the nutmeg became more noticeable with age. The base beer supports the spice with moderate hopping, good attenuation and a hint of chocolate.


The Other Michael Jackson (Black Witbier)

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According to recipe author Gordon Strong, “This is my normal witbier recipe with darker malts and a slight tweak in spicing. Darker malts were used, but again only during the sparge. I changed the usual coriander and orange peel to star anise and tangerine, since I thought those spices would match better with a darker grain bill. I was actually thinking about a Chinese red braised beef dish for the flavorings, and wondered how they would fit.”


Cherokee Nation (American Indian Brown Ale)

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According to recipe author Gordon Strong, “This is a brown IPA, which is my normal IPA recipe with the addition of some darker malts and using brown sugar instead of honey. It uses late hopping for bitterness and adds the darker malts during the sparge, both of which should cut down on the clash of malt/hops that can happen in hoppy darker beers.”


Maple Ave Breakfast Stout

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Sorry, no syrup here, but it’s still a mighty tasty beer anytime of day!


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