Date: April 1996

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Hoppy Charts

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So how do you choose the right hops for your beer? With such a wide range of flavor and aroma characteristics, Brew Your Own’s online chart can serve as a helpful guide

Borrowed Bottle Gingered Golden Ale

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A Golden Ale with ginger.
Light Ale, Spice, Herb and Vegetable Beer

Jamie and Gail’s Wedding Veil Ale

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  Jamie and Gail’s Wedding Veil Ale (14 gallons) Ingredients: 2 lbs., 8 oz. wheat malt 2 lbs. crystal malt (20° Lovibond) 8 oz. crystal malt (60° Lovibond) 1 lb. Vienna malt
Light Ale

Kiss Me Kate Raspberry Wheat

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— Kiss Me Kate Raspberry Wheat 3 gallons; OG = 1.046; FG = 1.012 Ingredients: 1 tbsp. light dry malt extract 1 pint water (for starter) 3.3 lb. can Brewferm Framboise 1.4
Fruit Beer, Wheat Beer

Brian’s Bridal Brew

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A European Pale Lager for any occasion.
European Pale Lager

The Key to Better Lager: Cornelius Kegs!

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Build this simple set-up to gain control over fermentation temperature and improve the taste of your lager.

Use Your Common Senses

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Fine-tune your beer by learning to evaluate it objectively.

Overcome Your Closet Anxieties: Small Space Brewing

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There are two kinds of people in the world: pig lovers and pig haters. That’s what anthropologist Bronislaw Malinowski might have said. What would Mr. Malinowski have said if he had been

Homebrew Wedding Recipes

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When homebrewers plan a celebration, for themselves or a loved one, it isn’t complete without a beer from their own heart and hands. Here are some tales of love, marriage, and beer, all going hand in hand to the altar.

Bubble, Bubble, Boil and Trouble

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It’s hard to believe any part of brewing beer could be easier than boiling the wort. But even as simple as boiling is, it has a real influence on the quality of your finished product.

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