Date: November 2013

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Your Turn Maibock

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This recipe was submitted by Rick Shultz. It is the homebrew recipe that inspired Lakefront Brewery’s My Turn Series “Chris.”


Welsh Archer’s Bitter Ale

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We want to use crystal malt to give it some extra flavor and body, and more importantly to make it copper colored rather than pale gold in hue. Perfect in a bitter.


Your Turn Maibock

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A bock recipe with maple syrup and vanilla added to make it a breakfast maibock.


Chris’ “Turn”

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Few homebrewers have an opportunity like the one I recently enjoyed. A high school friend of mine, Chris Ranson, took a job at Lakefront Brewery in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, where she does public outreach and is a Jane of all trades. Chris holds this place together. She hires and herds the nationally renowned tour guides, she


Is it Crystal or Caramel Malt?

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Photo courtesy of Briess Malting and Ingredients Co. Homebrewers are often confused by the terms crystal and caramel malt and are sometimes uncertain as to whether these are basically the same thing and can be used interchangeably, or whether they are quite different animals. Partly this comes from the fact that crystal and caramel malts


Perfect pour

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A great glass of draft beer poured from a keg can seem tricky on the first few pours. You may pour a beer and get a glass full of foam, and other


The Electric Homebrew Bar

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In the Fall of 2008, after years of experimenting with malt extract kits and 100% wort kits, Kal Wallner of Ottawa, Canada, decided it was time to graduate to an all-grain system where he could be 100% in control of the final product. Unable to find a commercially-available set up that met his specific requirements,


Samuel Adams Dark Depths Baltic IPA clone

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While Samuel Adams calls this a Baltic IPA, they utilize a lager yeast in Dark Depths. Which means is lands somewhere between a Black IPA and a Baltic Porter. A blend of US, Australian, and English hops provide a rounded hop experience.


Samuel Adams: Brewing Up a Revolution

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When making plans to visit Boston and the Samuel Adams brewery for this story, I discussed my itinerary with a friend living in the city’s South End, who seemed confused. “But isn’t Sam Adams, so – you know – big?” she asked me with one eyebrow cocked quizzically, implying what many of today’s well-rounded beer


Samuel Adams Latitude 48 IPA clone

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According to Boston Beer Company’s website, “The distinct character of this IPA comes from its combination of hops. German, English, and American hops grown along the 48th latitude each add their own distinct flavors and aromas, creating layers of hoppiness, complexity, and personality.”


Brown Rice Pale Ale

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A gluten free pale ale with plenty of character.


Rethinking Gluten-Free Homebrewing

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The widening awareness of Celiac disease over the last several years has given rise to a huge new segment of food and beverages nationwide: Gluten-free. From cookies, pasta, bread and jams, to brewed libations, gluten-free is big business. And while there is a relative bevy of fermented beverages available to gluten-free beer connoisseurs on the


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