Date: January 1997

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Irish Creme Stout

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“This recipe creates a smooth and slightly roasty ale that is very drinkable. To obtain the Irish Creme flavor I have had the best results from flavored syrups used in coffees. To test how much to use, add the amount recommended for coffee to a beer similar to the type you intend to brew and then adjust the taste. Multiply that result by the number of bottles in the finished batch to determine how much to add to the secondary. Remember, most of these are corn-sugar based, and the sweetness will be reduced in the brew.”
– Vince Weibert, Clovis, Calif.

Stout

American Wheat

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  American Wheat 10 gallons, all-grain; OG = 1.045 to 1.047; TG = 1.006 to 1.009 Ingredients: 10 lbs. wheat malt 6 lbs. two-row lager malt 2 oz. Northern Brewer hops (7.2%
Wheat Beer

Half a Weizen

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— Half a Weizen 5 gallons, partial mash; OG = 1.045; TG = 1.010 Ingredients: 4 lbs. Alexander’s wheat-barley malt extract (60-40 blend) 3 lbs. Briess dry wheat-barley malt extract (65-35 blend)
Wheat Beer

Chocolate Porter (with Cayenne)

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— Chocolate Porter 5 gallons, all-grain;      Ingredients: 5 lbs. dry malt extract 1 lb. caramel malt, 40° Lovibond 0.25 lb. black malt 0.25 lb. roasted malt 0.25 lb. chocolate malt 0.25
Porter

Coffee Porter

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— Coffee Porter (5 gallons, all-grain) Ingredients: 6 lbs. 2-row malt 0.25 lb. black malt 0.50 lb. roasted malt 10 oz. chocolate malt 0.75 lb. caramel malt, 40° Lovibond 0.75 lb. dextrin
Porter

Christmas Porter

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— Christmas Porter (5 gallons, partial mash Ingredients: 6.6 lbs. light malt extract 3 oz. black malt 14 oz. chocolate malt 1 lb. caramel malt 1.5 oz. Northern Brewer hops (8.5% alpha
Porter, Spice, Herb and Vegetable Beer

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,

Cafe Vienna Lager (coffee cinnamon lager)

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This recipe is for a dark lager with coffee and spices.
European Dark Lager, Spice, Herb and Vegetable Beer
Partial Mash

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

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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.

13 result(s) found.