Date: January 1998

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British Bitter

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The Bitter Truth About an English Beer

Adding Spices to Beer: Tips from the Pros

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  Brewer: Doug Odell Brewery: Odell Brewing Co., Ft. Collins, Colo. Years of experience:  Eight Education: BS in Geology from California State University at Sonoma; extension courses on brewing at University of California, Davis House Beers: 90 Shilling (Scottish and pale ale), Easy Street Wheat, Cut-Throat Porter (golden ale)   We make a holiday ale,

Extract to All-Grain and Back


It’s time for some fancy footwork, brewing style. Perhaps you are making that step to all-grain and you want to bring your favorite extract recipes with you. Or maybe you don’t have

Going Pro!


These former homebrewers have turned their hobby into a profession.

Hows and Whys of the Wort Chiller

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When a bottle of homebrew fills a glass, the first impression of a well-carbonated, brilliantly clear beer fixes a warm smile upon the homebrewer’s face. Homebrewers constantly struggle to assure that the bright clarity of the boiling wort transforms time and again into sparkling beer. Quick and proper cooling of the wort after boiling will

Tune Up Your Equipment

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The old adage about an ounce of prevention certainly holds true when it comes to taking care of brewing equipment. Many problems can be avoided simply by taking a few extra minutes to thoroughly clean everything before you put it away. This may seem difficult when the clock is striking midnight after a long brewing

Winterbock (Wintergreen Doppelbock)

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The bright flavors from wintergreen combined with a solid Doppelbock recipe…you’re welcome.

A Starter Guide to Mashing

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Whether you’re just beginning or want to brush up on your technqiue, this article walks you through an infusion mash, step by step.

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