Date: May-June 2002

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The Mighty Pale Ale

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History, techniques and recipes from 17th-century England to today. Pale Ale From 17th century England to your carboy Pale ale originated in England about two hundred years ago when some brewers started

Welch Heiferweizen

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Welch Heiferweizen 5 gallons, all-grain; OG 1.044–1.046; FG 1.008–1.010; IBU: 20–25; ABV 4.5–4.7% Ingredients: 2.7 lbs. Pilsener malt 2.7 lbs. red wheat malt 14 oz. flaked barley 14 oz. flaked red wheat
Wheat Beer

Welch Kiwanda Cream Ale

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Welch Kiwanda Cream Ale 5 gallons, all-grain; OG 1.048–1.050; FG 1.009–1.011; IBU 25–30; ABV 4.9–5.1% Ingredients: 6.5 lbs. two-row malt (2° L or lighter) 0.5 lbs. CaraPils (2° L or lighter) 0.5
Light Ale

Taylor Kölsch

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Taylor Kölsch 5 gallons, all-grain; OG 1.044; FG 1.010; IBU 20; ABV 4.5% Ingredients 6.5 lbs. Pilsener malt 1.5 lbs. wheat malt 5 AAU German Tradition hops (bittering) (1 oz. of 5%
Kolsch and Altbier

Big Hole Brewing Co.’s Wisdom Cream Ale clone

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A homebrew recreation of Big Hole Brewing's easy drinking ale.
Golden Ale and Cream Ale
All Grain, Extract Only

British Nineteenth-Century Best Bitter

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British Nineteenth-Century Best Bitter (5 gallon/19 L, all grain) OG = 1.044  FG = 1.010 SRM = 9 IBU = 30  ABV = 4.4% Ingredients 8.0 lbs. (3.6 kg) two-row pale ale
English Bitter and Pale Ale
All Grain

Fredericksburg Brewing Co.’s Porter clone

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Fredericksburg Brewing Co.’s Porter clone (5 gallons/19 L, extract with grains) OG = 1.054  FG = 1.012 IBU = 15  SRM = 23  ABV = 5.5% Ingredients 3.3 lbs. (1.5 kg) golden
Porter
All Grain, Extract with Grains

Clermont Scottish Ale

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“This Scottish beer is named after the Clermont Sportsmen Club, of which I am a member. The club is located in the mountains of Clermont, Pennsylvania.”

– Robert R. Heinlein

Scottish Ale
All Grain

Storing hop pellets

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This is a good question with a very straightforward answer — storing hops at freezer temperatures does extend their life and will not damage the hops. How can I be so definitive,


Hot-side aeration

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Re-using yeast, storing hops and sanitizing bottles

Brewing Lawnmower Beers: Tips from the Pros

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Slake your summer thirst with a lawnmower beer.

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