Date: December 2015

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If You Like This Beer Style, Try Brewing That Beer Style

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When you first start brewing, the sheer volume of beer styles out there in the world can be part of the allure. So many options, so many variations, so much history and


Firestone Walker Award-Winning Brewing Tips & Clone Recipes

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This September a brewer and his team walked the Great American Beer Festival (GABF) stage in Denver, Colorado to collect an unprecedented fifth Mid-size Brewery and Brewer of the Year award. No


Pairing Food by Beer Style

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Photos c/o Voyageur Press, an imprint of Quarto Publishing Group Style guidelines exist to give beer lovers a methodology to describe, compare, and contrast different beers in existing categories. Are guidelines needed


Adding Herbs and Spices to your Beers

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A spice is typically defined as a dried part of a plant used to flavor, color, or provide preservative properties to food (or drink). In that regard, every beer you drink is


Wheatwine

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by the numbers OG: 1.080-1.120 FG:1.016-1.030 SRM:8-15 IBU:30-60 ABV:8-12 Most homebrewers are quite familiar with barleywine, a very strong ale with English roots and modern American craft interpretations. However, many have not


Perfect Priming & Kettle Souring: Mr. Wizard

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Q I can’t seem to find any information that I feel like I can trust on the amount of priming sugar to use if I cold crash my homebrew. I have heard


Brewing Wheat IPA: Tips from the Pros

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As IPAs became all the rage among craft beer consumers in the last decade, brewers looked to capitalize on their Humulus lupulus obsessions by adding greater amounts of hops to other beer


Brewing with Hemp Seeds

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As a longtime homebrewer and a professional brewer at Madison Brewing Company in Bennington, Vermont, I’m always looking for new ingredients to brew with. A while back, I was approached by the


Dirty Hands Brewing Company’s Liberty Ship Stout: Replicator

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Dear Replicator, I used to live in Vancouver, Washington but I took a job transfer to Southern California. This was a mistake as I moved from a beer-laden area to something much


Evaluating Hop Oil Content

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There are no “Cascade” or “Saaz” aroma molecules, rather the relative proportions of hop oils drive their aroma contributions. The same four oils constitute 60-90% of the essential oils in every hop variety.


Techniques for Brewing Age-Worthy Beers

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I suppose most of us have dreamt of producing a beer that we will keep for years so we can pull out a bottle on special occasions to impress our friends and


Bottle Priming

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The Wizard fields questions on priming cold-crashed beers and the technique of kettle souring.


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