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Hill Farmstead Brewery: Abner clone
Part of Hill Farmstead’s “Ancesteral Series,” Abner was named for Brewmaster Shaun Hill’s great-grandfather, who once owned the land where the brewery now stands. Described as “aromatic and flowery, bursting with notes of citrus and pine,” Abner is just one of the reasons why so many beer lovers make the pilgrimage to Vermont’s Northeast Kingdom to visit the brewery each year.
"As with other German lagers, this style is best when it is understated — elegant, clean, impeccably crafted, well-lagered, and unobtrusive. This allows the quality of the ingredients to show themselves in the finished product, and the beer itself to be nicely drinkable despite the strength." – Gordon Strong
Czech Dunkel Recipe
A smooth drinking Dunkel, brewed using The Brülosophy Method of fast lager fermentations.
This recipe spiced winter ale by John Zelazny placed Best of Show, 2010 New York State Open (282 entries).
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The Alchemist: Heady Topper cloneMEMBERS ONLY
The Alchemist specializes in fresh, unfiltered IPAs, and Heady Topper is the brewery’s crown jewel. Featuring a proprietary blend of six hops, this beer boasts a complex and unique bouquet of hop flavor without any astringent bitterness.
Boulevard Brewing Company: Pop Up Session IPA cloneMEMBERS ONLY
This easy-drinking hoppy ale features a balanced bitterness and aroma with a slight caramel malt character.
Firestone Walker Brewing Company: Union Jack cloneMEMBERS ONLY
According to Firestone Walker's Brewing Co.'s website "This aggressively hopped West Coast IPA showcases stunning pineapple, citrus and piney aromas along with exceptional dry hop flavors of grapefruit and tangerine. This intense brew finds its balance in hone-like pale malt sweetness. The name Union Jack is a nod to the colonial origins of the IPA style, and to the British expatriate who co‐founded our brewery."
Stone Brewing Co.'s Smoked Porter cloneMEMBERS ONLY
This smoky porter brewed with peat-smoked malt features hints of chocolate and coffee.