Date: September 2000

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5 Beers Through The Years

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Which styles have been on the rise since 1995? We wanted to know, so we checked the entry archives for the Great American Beer Festival, held every fall in Denver. Last year,

Wild 5’s Ale

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— Wild 5’s Ale 5 gallons, partial mash; Ingredients: 2 lbs. pale malt 1/2 lb. crystal malt (20° L) 1 lb. wheat malt 1/2 lb. malted rye 1/2 lb. flaked oats 1/2
English Bitter and Pale Ale, Specialty and Experimental Beer

Belgian Wit

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Belgian wit had all but disappeared when Pierre Celis began his brewing career in the 1950s. Celis is credited for reviving the style in Belgium during his stint at the Hoegaarden brewery; then he moved to Texas, launched his own Belgian brewery and kick-started the style in the United States.
Spice, Herb and Vegetable Beer, Wheat Beer

Weizenbier

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German in origin, weizenbiers — or weissbiers  — are light and refreshing. Sometimes they’re tart and slightly acidic, sometimes fruity and sweet. The best strains of German weizen yeast create esters reminiscent of banana, clove and bubblegum; American brewers have developed a milder, cleaner style.
Wheat Beer

Oatmeal Stout

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Rich, toothy, and delicious...just like mom used to make.
Stout

Dortmunder (German Export)

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A pale lager named after the city it originated in.
European Pale Lager

“Cara” malts?

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Caramel, cara or crystal malts are synonymous terms describing a large family of malts that are made by changing the kilning process. All malts are kiln-dried to arrest germination. To make caramel


Improving all-grain yields

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Before you head to a psychic to have your charts done or make any deals you might later regret, here are a few things you should consider. Low yields can be tracked

Overcarbonated kegs

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I prefer to package beer in kegs for several reasons. Besides being convenient, perhaps the best thing about a keg is that it’s very easy to change the carbonation level in a

Step-by-Step Guide to Your First Fresh Grape Wine

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Basic Winemaking Equipment Here’s everything you need to make your first one-gallon batch of wine from fresh grapes. You can find this equipment at any well-stocked homebrewing or home winemaking supply store.

How to Make a Sour Mash

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As any all-grain brewer knows, a mash is a mixture of hot water and grain. A “sour mash” is a mash that has acid-producing bacteria in it. Most people associate the term

Dortmunder

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Dortmunder, sometimes called Dort but more often known as “export,” is a golden German lager. Export originated in Dortmund, an industrial city in the north of Germany. In medieval times, this local

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