Date: July-August 2005

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10 Thirst Quenching Summer Beers

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Summer’s here and it’s time to brew some thirst-quenching beers. In our continuing series of stories celebrating our 10th anniversary year, we present 10 beer recipes from BYO editors, authors and contributors.

Heineken International: Heineken clone

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This classic Dutch lager available in green bottles across the world is still brewed using the same recipe since first made available in 1873.
European Pale Lager
All Grain, Partial Mash

Brew Your Own’s MC Hawking’s Event Horizon (Raspberry Wheat)

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Fruit Beer, Wheat Beer

Paul Zocco’s Flemish Red Ale

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Belgian Lambic and Sour Ale

B3’s California Common

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Steve Piatz’s Sterling Pilsner (Bohemian Pilsner)

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Pilsner

Anita Johnson’s Kölsch

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Kolsch and Altbier

Denny Conn’s Cream Swill (Cream Ale)

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Steve Bader’s Belgian Wit

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Belgian and French Ale

Springfield Brewing Co.’s Mueller Wheat

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Our wheat is dry, crisp and refreshing — and has a certain 'snap' from the malted and raw wheats used, as well as a spicy hop nose from the Liberty hops. The foam has a rich, creamy and rocky appearance. Our wheat beer has been our number one seller since we opened in December 1997 and won a gold in the American-style wheat beer category at the Great American Beer Festival (GABF) in 2003 and a bronze in the same category in 2004. — Ashton Lewis - Springfield Brewing Co.
Wheat Beer
All Grain

Chris Colby’s Wiener Blut (Vienna Lager)

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European Pale Lager

Grab My Heinie

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European Pale Lager

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