When I started homebrewing in 2005, the American hop assault was beginning in earnest. IPAs and Double IPAs were gaining popularity among beer nerds but weren’t nearly as ubiquitous as they are
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Garlick, Canterbury brown, Finess, Farnham pale, Flemish, Grape, and Colgate hops have all died away in England. As have Grape, English Cluster, Pompey, and Red Bine in the US. There are many
Looking for a Fuggle-focused English pale ale recipe? Well this maybe what you are looking for.
Author Terry Foster offers up a classic stout recipe looking to focus on the Cluster hops profile while exhibiting a nice roast character.
Author Terry Foster offers a European pale lager recipes for readers with a simple grain bill and clean lager yeast to allow the beer to focus on the Tettnang and Saaz hop profile.
My wife and I throw our annual Strausstoberfest party every year on the last Saturday in September. This occurs during the traditional Oktoberfest celebration. Oktoberfest is synonymous with beer, awesome food and a certain
History According to Randy Mosher’s book Radical Brewing, fruit beer is both an ancient and modern 20th century invention. He notes that ancient Egyptians referred to the use of dates and pomegranates,
Gordon Strong introduces readers to a Kentucky common recipe, which is one of the few truly indigenous beer styles in the United States, along with California common (steam beer) and cream ale.
Kentucky common is one of the few truly indigenous beer styles in the United States, along with California common (steam beer) and cream ale.