Beets impart the flavor of fresh soil and a fantastic magenta color to beer. Beets were my answer to rescue a Brett saison with objectionable sulfur. I hoped the renewed fermentation from the sugar in the beets would drive off the volatile aromatics while the aromatics would complement the spicy and earthy wild yeast character. I peeled and shredded three beets on a box grater and racked five gallons (19 L) of beer onto it for an extended secondary. It worked!
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BOS-winning homebrew recipe, brewed by Joe Formanek. Winner of Drunk Monk Challenge (Aurora, Illinois – 571 entries)
BOS-winning homebrew recipe, brewed by Danny Coenen. Winner of First Coast Cup (Jacksonville, Florida: 548 entries)
BOS-winning homebrew recipe, brewed by Jeremy Cowan. Winner of Because Beer Homebrew Competition (Hamilton, Ontario: 500 entries)
BOS-winning homebrew recipe, brewed by Christopher LaSpada. Winner of New Jersey State Fair (Augusta, New Jersey: 340 entries)
BOS-winning homebrew,recipe, brewed by Brian Bergquist. Winner of the 10th Annual Virginia Beer Blitz (Hampton, Virginia: 383 entries)
This amber ale is somewhat of a hybrid between a hops-forward American pale ale with a big-time floral nose and flavor, and a roasty/malty American brown ale.
Dear Replicator, I am an avid homebrewer and especially enjoy trying to replicate the great beers I come across in my journeys. I recently fell in love with Crazy Mountain Brewing Company’s Amber Ale
One of the easiest ways to save money as you begin homebrewing more often — and a way to ensure you have ingredients on hand when you decide to brew up a batch
This pale lager combines some of the better attributes of Pilsner and Kölsch with intriguing modern New Zealand hops.
Palm trees and coconuts, what else screams Caribbean? How about pineapple, jerk spices, and Scotch bonnet peppers?
Fermentation temperature control can mean a world of difference in the quality of beer. One of my early hurdles in homebrewing was keeping my carboy cool enough through the warmer months. Too