Topic: Breweries

Legend Brewing Company: Replicator

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Dear Replicator, Could you please provide a recipe for Legend Brewing Company’s Utebier? I came across this beer on a whim and scored many great points with my wife.  I was looking to bring a growler home for some beer variety among my homebrews (I was between taps) and the bartender at Legend’s Outpost in


Make Mine a Ballantine

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During the late 1960s and 1970s, when I was young and did a fair amount of traveling, one beer I was fond of was Ballantine XXX Ale. It was an ale rather than a lager, and it had a very noticeable hop character and presence. At a time when other American beers were becoming increasingly


Epic Brewing Company: Replicator

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Dear Replicator, It’s been fun to watch the growth and maturing of a local brewery: Epic Brewing Co. One beer that they put out which really stands out to me is Utah Sage Saison and I would love to try to clone it. Their website states they use Simon and Garfunkel’s spice blend, but only


Fuller’s: The Pride of London

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Fuller’s Brewing Director John Keeling walked over to a large bookcase in his office at the Griffin Brewery in Chiswick, West London and pulled out one of the dozens of leather-bound, thick, oversized journals from the shelves. “Since 1845, every single batch of beer brewed here has been entered by hand into these brew books


Crazy Mountain Brewing Co.: Replicator

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Dear Replicator, I am an avid homebrewer and especially enjoy trying to replicate the great beers I come across in my journeys. I recently fell in love with Crazy Mountain Brewing Company’s Amber Ale and its floral-hoppy finish. To my dismay, I cannot find a clone recipe anywhere! I knew if anyone could tackle a project like


Mayflower Brewing Company: Replicator

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Dear Replicator, I’m not a hop head and usually don’t go for IPAs but recently I had the opportunity to tour the Mayflower Brewery in Plymouth, Massachusetts while traveling on business and tasted their IPA. It was the best IPA I have ever tasted. I recently began to brew my own beer and would love


Samuel Adams: Brewing Up a Revolution

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When making plans to visit Boston and the Samuel Adams brewery for this story, I discussed my itinerary with a friend living in the city’s South End, who seemed confused. “But isn’t Sam Adams, so – you know – big?” she asked me with one eyebrow cocked quizzically, implying what many of today’s well-rounded beer


Big Al Brewing: Replicator

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Dear Replicator, Working in the commercial aircraft industry, I get to travel a lot. They send me to Seattle at least once a year, where the craft beer scene has really exploded. There are a bunch of good breweries and brewpubs to choose from, but my favorite is Big Al Brewing. It is a laid


Green Leaf Brewing Co.: Replicator

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Dear Replicator, My wife and I made friends with a couple from Vancouver, B.C. on their vacation up here in Anchorage. Last January we visited them and they took us to a newly opened brewpub, Green Leaf Brewing co. All of the beers were excellent but my wife said they had the best stout ever.


pFriem Family Brewers

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Dear Replicator, A couple years ago I was traveling through the Columbia River Gorge from Portland, heading east and stopped off in Hood River, Oregon. I stumbled on a place called pFriem Family Brewers. I loved all their beers, but the Dunkelweizen really stood out. I recently was inspired to brew a weizen beer and


AmeriCAN Revolution: Oskar Blues Brewery Clone Recipes

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Dale Katechis needed a plan. It was 1999, and Oskar Blues Grill & Brew, the cajun-style joint he’d founded two years earlier in tiny Lyons, Colorado, was struggling to bring in customers. “I was thinking that all of the people who told me I shouldn’t open a restaurant in a town of 1,400 people in


London Calling

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London has long been a place where people come together from across the globe to nurture novel ideas and create powerful movements. Influenced by European tradition, American innovation, and the rich diversity that only a global hub can access, over the past few years the city has witnessed the birth of countless creative breweries, and


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