An old recipe, perhaps originally the result of thrifty brewers wanting to make a less-expensive mead. It’s malty like a Munich helles but big and powerful like a Belgian tripel.
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A light, still straight mead, similar to a sweet white wine. Perfect as an aperitif or with dessert.
Brewer: Kevin Rokke Brewery: Crane River Brewpub & Cafe, Lincoln, Neb. Years of experience: 10 Education: BS in biology, University of Nebraska, Lincoln House Beers: Whooping Wheat, Sodhaus Altbier, Zlate Pivo (pilsner-style
Christmas beers are a long standing tradition throughout the Scandinavian countries. Generally dark and malty, they are often usually brewed in the late summer, early falls months for consumption during the holiday season. Feel free to kick this recipe up a notch or two with more extract or belgian candy syrups if you want to up increase the alcohol percentage.
Your home brewery is much the same as many small craft- and microbreweries. You share the same goal with commercial breweries: to make good-tasting, clean beer. You are also using much of
Working at a research station directly on the South Pole, the author tells about brewing in an environment where temperatures average -60 degrees F and where no planes fly in and out for months at a time.
Is there a brew that conjures up more images than mead? Whether you associate it with ancient druids, pre-Roman civilizations of central Europe, Vikings, Teutonic raiders, Celts ancient or modern, it is