Date: May-June 2009
Cherokee Nation (American Indian Brown Ale)FREE
According to recipe author Gordon Strong, “This is a brown IPA, which is my normal IPA recipe with the addition of some darker malts and using brown sugar instead of honey. It uses late hopping for bitterness and adds the darker malts during the sparge, both of which should cut down on the clash of malt/hops that can happen in hoppy darker beers.”
Mr. Wizard on the business side of going pro.
Fermenting High Gravity BeersFREE
Bigger may or may not be better, but it’s a fact that high gravity beers don’t follow all the fermentation rules. Find out how to handle the big numbers.
Commercial Kölsch is really only Kölsch if it’s brewed in the German city of Cologne. Kölsch brewed at home, however, can be refreshing and crisp on a spring or summer day.
Shortening the Brew Day: Mr. WizardFREE
Is there any good way to shorten the brew day? The Wiz explores the options.
Vienna Lager: Tips from the ProsFREE
Three US brewers discuss how they brew Vienna lager and share some advice for small batches.