A smooth drinking Dunkel, brewed using The Brülosophy Method of fast lager fermentations. This is a web-bonus extract with grains version of the Czech Dunkel recipe that ran in the Jan-Feb 2017 issue.
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Pennant is a well-crafted pale ale brewed as a tribute to Brooklyn’s world champion baseball team of 1955. (That would be the Dodgers, who actually beat the Yanks in that crosstown series.) Pennant pours with a dense light-beige head that sits on a chestnut-colored beer. The aroma is complex and malty, with a hint of freshly baked bread. The full malt flavor is balanced with a clean hop background. English hops provide a moderate bitterness that complements the smooth mouthfeel. The aftertaste is dry with a hint of hops.
Kölsch is a beer speciality brewed in Cologne, Germany. It is a clear beer with a bright straw-yellow hue. It is less bitter than the standard German pale lager and is warm fermented then cold-conditioned.
Though not super hoppy, California Common is a style that shows off the aromatic power of homegrown hops very nicely.
When my wife and I visited Ireland, we really enjoyed our share of Smithwick’s Ale. Smithwick’s is a light-bodied, copper-colored Irish Red ale with a pleasant hint of roastiness and a dry finish. Here’s a successful homebrew version of Smithwick’s. Randy & Amy Germann San Antonio, Texas
Ordinary Bitter 5 gallons/19 L, all-grain; OG = 1.038 FG = 1.011; IBU = 30 SRM = 11 ABV = 3.5% Ingredients 7.0 lb. (3.2 kg) English pale ale malt 0.50 lb.
This holiday dessert is spicy, moist and delicious! -Tess and Mark Szamatulski, owners of Maltose Express in Monroe, Connecticut.
Make your own crust or purchase them ready-made and frozen. -Tess and Mark Szamatulski, owners of Maltose Express in Monroe, Connecticut
This is our basic turkey stuffing recipe. Feel free to use some of the options that we list below — or substitute your own favorite ingredients. We love to put hot Italian sausage in ours! -Tess and Mark Szamatulski, owners of Maltose Express in Monroe, Connecticut
Mmmm... giblets Recipe by: Tess and Mark Szamatulski, owners of Maltose Express in Monroe, Connecticut