Date: January 1999

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EKU 28 Type Dopplebock

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This recipe uses entirely pale malts, just as the EKU, but do not worry. This beer has plenty of malty character and a surprising amount of color. Its 28° Plato (1.112) makes it a big beer no matter how you look at it.


Stepping Up Your Starter

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The Benefactor of Brewing steps up starters.


Easy Steps to Great Sparkling Wine

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Easy steps to great sparkling wine


Brewing with Coffee: Tips from the Pros

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Finding balance with coffee beer


Barleywine

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Barleywine has an undeniable mystique; it is unique as a style and experience. Each year’s vintage is anxiously awaited to sample and to savor. Each brewer has his own special methods, ingredients,


Christmas Present Olde Ale

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This ale is (loosely) based on a recipe for a barleywine.


Understanding Yeast Attentuation

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Knowing how to check attenuation can give you more control of the way you create recipes.


Fermentation Timeline

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Take control of fermentation by learning what to expect at each stage. With this understanding, you’ll be able to identify difficulties before they become real problems.


The Growth of Wood

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Using wood in brewing is a long-standing practice, and many craft brewers are experimenting with oak aging today. You can use wood in your brew, too.


Eisbock: Brew the Beer Money Can’t Buy

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Delicious eisbock is expensive to produce on a large scale and must be aged. The unwillingness of larger breweries to produce it gives it a mystique, and it makes a great addition to any brewer’s beer cellar.


Alpha-Hop Soup: Figuring Bitterness (IBUs, AAUs and HBUs)

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Figuring Bitterness: IBUs, AAUs, and HBUs.


Flavors of Specialty Malt

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Only with specialty malts can brewers achieve the full flavor and mouthfeel that are the trademarks of craft beer.


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