Date: May 2001

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30-Minute No-Boil Extract Beers

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When you’re making a batch of no-boil beer, your brew “day” will be done in 30 minutes. Fermentation takes 10 to 14 days, and you can bottle the batch in just 90

How long will my beer stay fresh in a keg?

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Dear Mr. Wizard: I am thinking of kicking the bottle habit and kegging my beer instead. My biggest concern is storage temperature and how long my beer will stay good in a


What’s the best way to check the temperature of a mash?

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The best way to check mash temperature is with a calibrated-dial or alcohol-filled thermometer. The easiest way to calibrate a thermometer is by filling a glass with ice cubes and then filling the glass with water. In

Allgauer Brauhaus AG’s Oberdorfer Weissbier clone

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Brewed by Allgäuer Brauhaus AG, a classic Bavarian-styled hefeweizen.
Wheat Beer
All Grain, Extract Only

Milk Chocolate Marzen

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Chocolate-shake Marzen? Why not? Lactose sugar and a healthy dose of cocoa powder and fat free chocolate syrup provide plenty of milk chocolate experience.
German Amber Lager
Extract with Grains

Black Forest Lager (chocolate-cherry lager)

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Chocolate and cherry are one of the great pairings in culinary history…so why not make a beer to pair them up? Author Scott Russell thought a European amber would be a great base to lay the foundation for this beer.

German Amber Lager
Extract with Grains

White Chocolate Pale Ale

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An lightly hopped pale ale with white chocolate hints.
American Pale Ale, Spice, Herb and Vegetable Beer
Extract with Grains

Bitter Chocolate Imperial Stout

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The bitter chocolate in this Imperial Stout accents the hops and grain.
Barleywine and Imperial Stout, Spice, Herb and Vegetable Beer
Extract with Grains

Brewing with Chocolate

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Cocoa powder and Hershey bars? You can use chocolate to make your beer more complex. Tips, techniques and a quintet of recipes.


9 result(s) found.