An English-styled IPA. If you're looking to brew a more sessionable, easy drinking IPA, here is a good recipe for you.
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— White River Porter 5 gallons; OG = 1.058; FG = 1.020 Ingredients: 0.5 lb. dark crystal malt (crushed) 0.5 lb. chocolate malt (crushed) 6 lbs. dry malt extract (unhopped) (light, amber,
This cider is drier, slightly stronger, bubbly but not champagne-like, approximately 4.5 percent alcohol by volume.
This cider is light, sweet, fruity, and effervescent, approximately 3.5 percent alcohol by volume.
"I'm a big porter and stout fan, and I think that I finally found the perfect porter recipe. It has a real full chocolate flavor and is quite creamy smooth." - Jeff Atkins Springfield, Ill.
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Reddish orange in color, creamy tan head, sweet and spicy, rich and unique. Like a New England fall afternoon.
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