Recipes

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Smoked Maple Brown Ale

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“Kick Save, and a Beauty…” by Scott R. Russell  I had a fairly athletic upbringing. All of my male relatives were sports fans, and I can’t remember ever not being one myself.


Rosemary IPA

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I have an alter ego, a secret identity, in short a day job. I’m a high-school French teacher. Pretty mundane, sometimes, but that’s one of the reasons I make my own beer.


Smoked Wee Heavy

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Long, slow, and cool fermentation is a crucial element for this beer, which otherwise gets too fruity and bitter; the smoked malt can develop fusel and/or sulfury notes if overdone or if fermented too warm. Hop levels are deliberately low; this beer is all about malt.


Cyserale

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Partial mash with honey and fruit juice.


Braggot

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Golden colored, full-bodied, smooth, and rich. An ale to be aged well, saved for special occasions, and even then to be savored slowly.


Choctoberfest

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I vant to drink your beer…


Charlie’s Gouden-Plenty Pils

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Licorice root provides a refreshing herbal spice for this Pilsner base beer.


Christmas Present Olde Ale

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This ale is (loosely) based on a recipe for a barleywine.


Dubbel Trubbel

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Here is my recipe for a spiced dubbel, not patterned after any one commercial example but rather an amalgam of several but with a bit of a twist. It is moderately strong, medium dark, spicy from both the yeast and the flavorings added. I recommend aging it well, trying it several different times over the course of a couple of years. In effect you will probably find that you have brewed several different small batches in one, as the flavors really evolve over time.


Funky Mead — Metheglin

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Mead is, of course, easier to brew than beer, although it takes much longer for it to become drinkable, 13 months in this case. Part Belgian witbier, part mead, this is a nice introduction to the world of spiced meads, known as methglin.

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Haystack Wheat

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A Belgian wheat beer base with equal parts coriander, cumin, ginger, wintergreen, and star anise; ground and mixed thoroughly to add just a hint of spice.


Pumpernickel Stout

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It is rich and dark but not black like an Irish stout. Sweeter than most stouts but with the unmistakable double tang of rye and caraway.


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