Jamil Zainasheff’s Baltic Porter recipe which can be brewed using a lager strain or any clean fermenting ale yeast.
This Russian imperial stout is part of Carolina’s rotating offerings. It pours a deep, dark color and features a roasted, malty profile.
I wasn’t very impressed with the first few commercial examples of Baltic porter I tasted. They were oxidized and a bit too sweet from long travels and time spent sitting on the
Not your typical American Pale Ale. This one comes with cherries. Recipe submitted by Homebrew Pro Shoppe, Inc., Olathe, Kansas
A California Common/American Lager recipe. Recipe submitted by The Cellar Homebrew, Seattle, Washington
A couple from one of the local homebrew clubs sent out a call to the club members to provide homebrew for their upcoming wedding reception. A couple of hours into their reception, the keg of Pendulum Swinger Light Ale had already blown!
Recipe courtesy of: Somethings Brewn’, Galesburg, Illinois
This is the beer that put Montana craft beer on the map shortly after Big Sky opened in 1995. Moose Drool has taken home many medals for its drinkability, with subtle coffee and cocoa notes balanced with a pleasant bitterness.
The first beer that Elysian Brewing Co. brewed, The Wise ESB is a classic British Special Bitter. The recipe was shared with Brew Your Own magazine in 2010 in honor of the 15th Anniversary of Elysian Brewing and BYO.
BYO began 15 years ago. In order to bring you some interesting clone recipes, we contacted 5 commercial breweries — each founded by homebrewers 15 years ago — and asked if they were brewing anything special.