Topic: Breweries

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2024 Beer Education

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Looking to advance your brewing knowledge? Check out some of the beer education programs to start your journey down the path to a higher education in beer brewing or the business of beer.


River’s Edge Brewing Co.

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The Replicator learns the story behind, and secrets to brewing, an award-winning Belgian-style dubbel from River’s Edge Brewing Co. in Milford, Michigan.


Piney River Brewing Co.

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The Replicator visits the Ozarks to crack the code on using black walnuts in a beer. Learn about Piney River Brewing Co., built on the founders’ farm over a decade ago, and their Black Walnut wheat ale.


Subversive Malting & Brewing Co.

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While it may be more common in Bamberg, Germany, here in the United States there are very few breweries that are malting their own grains. Travel to Catskill, New York, to learn about one brewery that is successfully making it happen along with a recipe for their Dark Harvest stout.


Second Chapter Brewing

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A style that was one of the catalysts of the craft beer movement, witbiers are not as easy to find at breweries these days. A reader stumbled on a great rendition of one while in Ogallala, Nebraska, and asks the Replicator to share more about this beer.


1188 Brewing Company

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In the high desert of eastern Oregon, the small town of John Day has brought a family together to form a nanobrewery. One reader stumbled upon their first rice lager there and wants to learn more about this highly drinkable brew.


Brewing Up a Revolution

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From a humble brewpub in Chicago’s Logan Square neighborhood to the largest craft brewery in Illinois, Revolution Brewing Co. has become a force of nature in the craft beer world. Leading the charge is still an IPA from those early days, but the supporting cast of hoppy ales, big beers from its barrel-aging program, and fruited sours offers something for everyone. The brewers at Revolution were more than happy to share their brewing advice so we, too, can brew beers worthy of a Revolution.


Garage Project Brewery

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The Replicator gets a request for a beer style that is too often overlooked . . . an American-style pale ale, brewed by a New Zealand brewery that is doing a remarkable job with it.


Christmas Traditions: Unwrapping the secrets to Anchor’s Our Special Ale

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With the announced closing of Anchor Brewing Company this summer, one tradition many beer aficionados realized would be coming to an end was enjoying the brewery’s beloved Our Special Ale, a beer it releases in time for the holidays every year. Learn more about the history of this beer and how it has evolved since its inception nearly 50 years ago. Plus, get advice from a former Anchor Brewmaster to brew a beer similar in style that may just become your new tradition to share with family and friends.


Sly Fox Brewing Co.

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Coffee beers are commonly associated with stouts and porters, but they don’t have to be. A reader sends the Replicator on the mission to track down a recipe for Sly Fox Brewing Co.’s Morning Brew Coffee Blonde.


Kinsmen Brewing Co.

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While a honey addition to hoppy beers is nothing new, the recent focus on boosting aroma-positive thiols in beer has sparked renewed interest in it. The Replicator spoke with Kinsmen Brewing about their Pollendrome DIPA and came back with the recipe.


Dakota Point Brewing

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The Replicator heads out to the Black Hills of South Dakota to fetch a recipe for the French toast-inspired pastry stout named Antoinette’s Antidote. Join along in the adventure to get this sweetly spiced breakfast treat in your glass.


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