Date: September 2008

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Debittered Black Malt

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Like dark beers, but not the bitter astringency that sometimes comes with dark grains? Don’t be bitter, debitter — by using debittered black malt, a dark malt with the husk reduced. Plus: clone recipes for Dragon Stout, Klosterbrauerie Ettaler Curator Doppelbock, Schneider Aventinus and St. Bernardus Abt 12 (60th Anniversary Edition) .

Klosterbrauere Ettaler Curator clone

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Curator clone Klosterbrauere Ettaler, Germany (5 gallons/19 L, all-grain) OG = 1.086 FG = 1.022 IBU = 56 SRM = 37 ABV = 8.3% This doppelbock is much darker tasting than others,

St. Bernardus Abt 12 60th Anniversary Edition clone

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St. Bernardus Abt 12 60th Anniversary Edition clone St. Bernardus Brewery, Belgium (5 gallons/19 L, all-grain) OG = 1.094 FG = 1.017 IBU = 16 SRM = 37 ABV = 11% This recipe

Schneider Weisse: Aventinus clone

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Schneider Weisse: Aventinus (5 gallons/19 L, all-grain) OG = 1.076 FG = 1.016 IBU = 10 SRM = 21 ABV = 8.2% This beer is basically a wheat doppelbock, made to compete

Mt. Shasta Brewing Co.’s Abner Weed Amber Ale clone

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Leaning more towards the malty side of the spectrum, Abner Weed Amber Ale balances itself out with a touch of American hops and clean yeast profile.


Desnoes & Geddes’ Dragon Stout clone

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Jet black, yet showing little evidence of roast character . . . more like brown sugar like sweetness.

Jamil’s Murphy’s-Style Dry Stout

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Jamil’s Murphy’s-Style Dry Stout (5 gallons/19 L, all-grain) OG = 1.040 (10 °P)  FG = 1.010 (2.5 °P) IBU = 38 SRM = 33 ABV = 4% Ingredients 6 lb. (2.72 kg)

Jamil’s Beamish-Style Dry Stout

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Jamil’s Beamish-Style Dry Stout (5 gallons/19 L, all-grain) OG = 1.041 (10.2 °P)  FG = 1.009 (2.4 °P) IBU = 35  SRM = 38  ABV = 4.1% Ingredients 6.0 lb. (2.72 kg)

Jamil’s Guinness-Style Dry Stout

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Jamil’s Guinness-Style Dry Stout (5 gallons/19 L, all-grain) OG = 1.041 (10.3°P)  FG = 1.010 (2.6°P) IBU = 41  SRM = 35  ABV = 4.1% Ingredients 6.25 lb. (2.83 kg) British pale

Bottling from a keg

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Kary, let me begin by stating for you and other readers that I absolutely despise oxidized beer. When I was a student at UC-Davis (located down the hill from Placerville), one of

High OG Measurements

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The easy thing to do here is to stick to lower gravity beers and you won’t have to address this problem. But if you are like most homebrewers and craft brewers who


Brewing Scottish Ales: Tips from the Pros

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Big and malty (and not so hoppy), Scottish ale isn’t your typical ale. In this issue, three US brewers offer some advice for brewing the best Scottish ale possible.  

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