Date: December 2022

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From Bootlegging to Bootstrapping: Prairie Artisan Ales


Prairie Artisan Ales is steeped in local tradition but has also been leading the charge in pushing the limits of beer. Known for their high-ABV imperial stouts and exceptionally drinkable sour ales, Prairie has done it their own way since the start. Learn the history of Oklahoma’s largest brewery. Plus: 5 Prairie clone recipes.

Cooking with Spent Grains


Using spent grains as an ingredient to bake with is a great way to reduce waste by reusing a brewing byproduct while also enhancing the flavor of food recipes. Learn the process of how to make spent grain flour, tips for substituting it into your favorite cooking recipes, and also find five new recipes to make after your next brew day.

French Abbey Beer of Northumberland


Intrigued by a local landmark remembering a group of priests who fled to England and set up a brewpub during the French Revolution, a homebrewer sets out to recreate the beer they may have served patrons over 200 years ago.

Newcastle Brun Ale


Newcastle Brun Ale (5 gallons/19 L, all-grain)OG = 1.034  FG = 1.007  IBU = 18  SRM = 15  ABV = 3.6% Intrigued by a local landmark remembering a group of priests who

Prairie Artisan Ales’ Vinyl clone


A thick and chewy barrel-aged imperial stout with a high OG and FG, and tons of flavor.

Prairie Artisan Ales’ Okie clone


In a space between a brown ale and a barleywine, Okie packs a punch delivering flavors of sweet caramel and dark toast led by the nuanced character used in the barrel-aging process.

Prairie Artisan Ales’ Bomb! clone


Bomb! is the brewery’s adjunct-driven flagship, a 12% ABV imperial stout made with ancho chiles, cocoa nibs, vanilla, and coffee.

Prairie Artisan Ales’ Slush clone


A bright red, kettle-soured ale made with strawberry and raspberry fruit puree complemented with dried sweet orange peel and dried lemon peel.

Prairie Artisan Ales’ Prairie Ale clone


The inaugural Prairie Artisan Ale, a dry, effervescent Belgian-style farmhouse saison that drinks smoothly for a beer of its size.

Brewing with Lactose: Tips from the Pros


Milk stout isn’t the only style brewed with lactose these days. Get tips on how, and why, you may use it in other styles.

You Can Go Homebrew Again


A longtime icon in the homebrewing world, Jamil Zainasheff and his wife opened Heretic Brewing Co. in 2010. Having recently sold the brewery, Jamil is once again finding his homebrewing roots.

Side-By-Side Fermentation Unit


While a side-by-side fridge may not seem like an ideal fermentation chamber to most folks, with some nifty modifications, a homebrewer gives one a complete makeover.

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