Date: October 2005

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Build a Hop Vine Wreath

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Your backyard hops have been harvested and nippy autumn air has turned the leaves crispy and brown. Although the vines are dead now, somehow it seems a bit disrespectful of the plants

Yukon Brewing Company’s Arctic Red clone

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According to Yukon Brewing Co., "Full malt body takes over the palate; not sweet, but bold, fruity and persistent. A snap of clean hop bitter grabs the back of the tongue and springs into the sinus cavity, blending with the caramel flavours that have wafted back with the nectar that is this ale. But the swallow goes down clean, almost dry, and leaves only a slight lingering presence of the abundant flavours that were just there, and now gone!"
American Amber Ale
All Grain, Partial Mash

How can you imitate barrel aging homebrew with oak chips?

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Popularity of beers aged in a variety of used oak barrels has really blossomed over the last decade and Sam Adams is one of the breweries that has come out with several

Calculating Alcohol Content, Attenuation, Extract, and Calories

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Learn how to calculate measures of extract, real and apparent attentuation, alcohol content and how many calories are in your beer.

Brewing Sour Beers: Tips from the Pros

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Belgians, barrels and Brett -- oh my! Tips from three brewers who are sweet on sour beers.

Brewing with Brettanomyces (plus some Brett Clones)

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Learn how to put the "British brewing industry fungus" to work in your home brewery. You don't need to be a lambic brewer to show an interest in this barrel-loving wild yeast. Plus: two wild Brett clone recipes

10 Steps to Better Extract Brewing

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Extract brewing is not just a simplified form of all-grain brewing. It’s a process that has its own set of challenges. Find out what these challenges are — and how to master them — without changing your whole brewing setup or spending a lot of extra time on brewday.


Thanksgiving in a Mug

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Thanksgiving is just around the corner and many brewers may want to brew a special holiday beer. Coincidentally, several ingredients found in typical Thanksgiving dishes can be used for making beer. Let our recipes for pumpkin old ale, cranberry zinger ale and sweet potato ESB grace your table this year.

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