Date: September 2007

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Odell Brewing Company: 5 Barrel Pale Ale clone

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Named for the 5 select hop additions, this is a refreshing pale ale with a lively hop flavor and aroma.


Barley Brown’s Tumble Off Pale Ale clone

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Winner of the 2006 gold medal at the GABF.


Great Divide Brewing Company: Old Ruffian clone

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Old Ruffian is a hefty, hop-forward barleywine with subtle fruit aromas and complex caramel sweetness.


Elk Grove Brewery and Restaurant: Otis Alt clone

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This beer should be bitter and have a nice “Spalty” nose to it. But to keep the hops from overwhelming the palate the malt has to come through as well. The roasty undertones of the Munich and Vienna malts complement the aggressiveness of the hops very well.
— Bill Wood, Brewmaster


Big Time Brewing’s Goddess Porter clone

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Big Time Brewing’s Goddess Porter clone Big Time Brewing, Washington’ (5 gallons/19 L, all-grain) OG = 1.060  FG = 1.018 IBU = 33  SRM = 31  ABV = 5.5% Ingredients 9 lb. 10 oz. (4.5 kg) pale malt 1 lb (0.45 kg) Munich malt 9 oz. (0.26 kg) flaked barley 9 oz. (0.26 kg) chocolate



Bappir (Beer Bread)

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Presumably, beer started with a loaf of something similar…


Really Old Style (Ancient Sumerian Beer)

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Really Old Style (Ancient Sumerian Beer) (5 gallons/19 L) OG = 1.062 FG = 1.009 ABV = 6.9% Ingredients 4.5 lbs. (2.0 kg) Weyermann rauchmalz (smoked malt) 3.5 lbs. (1.6 kg) bappir (“beer bread”) 1.5 lbs. (0.68 kg) rice hulls 1.5 lbs. (0.68 kg) honey 1 gallon (3.8 L) date wine Step by StepMake the


Is yeast presence a major head retention inhibitor?

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Good foam is something that many brewers like on their brews for aesthetic and mouthfeel reasons. Foam looks appetizing on top of a pint of brew and also adds texture to the beer when drinking. Some draught beers have really creamy foams created by using nitrogen to froth up the beer. We use nitrogen for


Reduced Mash Times

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There are some brewing topics I address because I have been asked, and some subjects I opine about whether asked to or not. And there are some things I tend to avoid. Technique is heavily influenced by opinion and personal preference. Unless there is something really “wrong” with a particular technique, I tend to keep


Bend Brewing’s Hophead Imperial IPA clone

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Bend Brewing Company’s 2007 GABF winning imperial IPA. The secret to a good Imperial IPA is dry-hopping.  It can make or
break this style. It is very important to have a huge aroma that leads you into the beer, complementing the inherent bitterness.
Tonya Cornett, Brewmaster


The Principles of pH

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What (exactly) is pH and what can – or should – a homebrewer do about it? You may not know much about it (and depending on your water and the beers you brew, you may not need to), but pH affects many major aspects of beer character. Learn the simple steps to manage pH in your homebrews.


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