Writer: Gabe Jackson

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Sumpin’ Like Little Sumpin’ Sumpin’ (Wheat IPA)

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If you enjoy the Lagunitas Brewing Co.’s A Little Sumpin Sumpin, then you should enjoy this homebrewed version. Smooth malt background with the help of wheat and Victory® malt and a huge hop profile.

Smooth Rye’d

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As the name implies, this is a smooth version of a rye IPA. It has the characteristic “snap” from rye and rye malt, but this is not as pronounced as in some rye beers. If you’d prefer a more “in your face” version, try adding a pound (0.45 kg) of rye malt to your mash.

Bombay After Dark

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Bombay After Dark (5 gallons/19 L, all-grain) OG = 1.070 FG = 1.018 IBU = 49 SRM = 27 ABV = 7.1% Ingredients 11.5 lbs. (5.2 kg) 2-row pale malt 1 lb. (0.45 kg) dried rice extract (15 min.) 12 oz. (0.34 kg) flaked barley 8 oz. (0.23 kg) chocolate malt 8 oz. (0.23 kg)

Tragen Babbel (Belgian IPA)

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Belgian IPAs can be a challenge, balancing the Belgian yeast character with the hop character. You don’t want one to overpower the other. This recipe helps toe that line.

Maui Brewing Co.’s Coconut Hiwi Porter clone

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Maui Brewing Co.’s flagship porter, flavored with hand-toasted coconut.

Free Will Brewing Company: C.O.B. (Coffee Oatmeal Brown) with Coconut & Chocolate clone


According to Free Will Brewing Co., this is a “Coffee, oatmeal, brown ale. Incredibly rich undertones of brown sugar, caramel and graham cracker. One pound of Speakeasy coffee per brewery barrel added post fermentation creates a prominent nose and taste of coffee.” This clone recipe includes a variation on the base C.O.B. beer with the addition of coconut and cocao.

Cheesemaking with Homebrew


Hello, brewer. Any chance you noticed the rise in popularity of home cheesemaking and support at your local and online homebrew stores? Cheesemaking supplies have rapidly become available from many homebrewing suppliers

Brewing with Coconut

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It pours a clear, dark cola brown with ruby red highlights (when held to the light) and a creamy tan head. Smells milky sweet with fudge, dark chocolate, roasted malts, and toasted coconut. Take a sip. In the flavor are dark brown sugars, coconut, iced coffee, and bitter dark chocolate. The body is light to

IPA 2.0: The Continued Evolution

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Brewing the beer style known as IPA (India pale ale) has, at times, become a game of one-upmanship in which each succeeding brew gets more hops, more malts, more alcohol — more of all the good stuff we love about beer. Here on the West Coast, we keep pushing the limits of this beloved style

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