Here are two more bonus recipes from the C.H.A.O.S. (Chicago Homebrew Alchemists of Sud) homebrew club — the club with its own dedicated brewhouse!
This is a re-creation of a 1905 Holiday Ale brewed by Hartmann, later Home Brewing Co., in Bridgeport, Connecticut.
Inspired by Jack's Abby Brewing RIPL Effect, this was my attempt to brew something akin with a rye edge coming out from behind the bold hop profile. Jack's Abby used triticale, but I used a rye malt in my brew, and also used the hops I had on hand.
This is a web bonus recipe from Terry Foster's "Techniques" article on brewng milk stout.
A reader asks the Replicator the clone his favorite winter seasonal — Nutcracker Ale, from Boulevard Brewing Co.
An experimental batch with several new hops in my freezer. It proved to be a pungent/grassy mix with a healthy citrus and tropical fruit kick to the nose.