Date: January 1997

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American Wheat

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Charting the New American Wheat Beer

Batch-to-Batch Consistency: Tips from the Pros

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Brewer:  Robert Moline Brewery:  Little Apple Brewing, Manhattan, Kan. Years of experience:  Eight House Beers: Wildcat Wheat, Custer’s Gold (American blond ale), Fort Riley Rye, Big Red Ale (amber), Prairie Pale Ale, Pony Express Porter, and Black Angus Stout One of the best ways to guarantee consistent-tasting beer is by sampling your beer at every

Cafe Vienna Lager (coffee cinnamon lager)


This recipe is for a dark lager with coffee and spices.

Bulk Up Your Sparge Technique

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Eliminate the need to balance inflow and outflow by sparging with a batch method. It may take the same amount of time as traditional trickle-method sparging, but it requires much less maintenance.

Master the Action: Carbonation


Under-carbonated beer is not called “flat” for nothing! You want your beer to sparkle, but without carbonation it tastes thin, watery, dull, and lifeless. It’s hardly beer unless you can feel the

Make Your Beer Competition Ready

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Tips from hopping to shipping rates that will put your beer in the winner’s circle.

Create Your Own Great Porter


Do you remember the movie “Johnny Dangerously”? Johnny walks into his mother’s apartment and asks, “Whatcha cookin’ Ma?” His mother says “Beer.” Johnny replies, “With noodles, good idea.” This seemed funny at

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