Date: July-August 2009

19 result(s).

The DIY In-Line Oxygenator

FREE

As homebrewers, we have control over many of the physical processes used to make our beer. It’s been known for some time that after boiling (and then chilling the wort) it is


Laht Neppur Brewing Co.’s American Hefeweizen clone

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An American-styled hefeweizen, brewed by a brewery based in Waitsburg, Washington, just outside of Walla, Walla.


Magic Hat Brewing’s Hocus Pocus clone

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Justin McCarthy, Lead Brewer, Magic Hat Brewing Company: “When I think of summer and beer, I think of beers that will quench my thirst and appease my palate at the same time.”


Brooklyn Summer Ale clone

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Garrett Oliver, brewmaster, Brooklyn Brewery: “‘Summer Ale’ is not a beer style, but a concept. To me, anything which is brisk, light, and drinkable but still interesting enough to work with summer foods can be a ‘summer ale.’”


Harpoon Summer Beer clone

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Frederick Hamp, Brewer/QC Tech, Harpoon Brewery: “A summer beer needs to be compatible with the mindset of a beer consumer in the summer. Served cold and thirst quenching but still flavorful.”


Firestone Walker Brewery’s ‘Lil Opal clone

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“Summer is all about outdoor activity and the beers of summer typically fit this theme and should provide refreshment. That doesn’t mean bland or without character. A refreshing beer can be full of character and still be a part of a sunny summer day.”


Goose Island’s Summertime Kölsch clone

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According to Goose Island’s website, “With a light fruity aroma and a bright, crisp finish, Goose Island Summertime Kölsch is the perfect summer session ale. A Kölsch beer brewed in the traditional German fashion, you’ll find yourself enjoying and savoring each sip of Summertime as much as your do those hot summer days and cool summer nights.”


Anderson Valley Brewing Co.’s Summer Solstice Seasonal Ale clone

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Anderson Valley describes this summer sipper as a slightly sweet, malty session beer with a creamy mouthfeel and clean finish.


British Pale Mild

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Jamil Zainasheff provides readers with a recipe for a classic British Pale Mild. These are generally less hoppy when compared to an Ordinary Bitter.


British Dark Mild Ale

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Jamil Zainasheff provides readers with a recipe for a British Dark Mild. This British session ale is known for it’s low hop character when compared to bitters and pale ales with a lot more toasted malt presence in the dark milds. Often served via cask in it’s native land.


Frozen tap lines

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The Wiz keeps his cool in an answer about freezing tap lines.


Attenuation Information

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Man: [Peering at his hydrometer, floating high in its jar] “That’s funny”
His Wife: “What’s wrong?”
Man: “My FG is low. I wasn’t expecting Diminished Attenuation.”
(The door flies open and three Cardinals wearing red robes enter. The first is tall with a dark scraggly beard, the second is wearing a scooter helmet and the third is heavily bearded with an eager gleam in his eyes…)

 


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