Writer: Horst Dornbusch

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Saison of the Season

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Horst Dornbusch’s final Style Profile recipe for Brew Your Own magazine. This version is a bit darker and medium-bodied than the straw colored light-bodied that many come to expect from a saison. Utilizing a healthy pitch rate will assure brewers that it will not end up sweet though.


Brauhaus Faust-Miltenberger: Faust Schwarzviertler clone

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This dark brown amber lager features a solid caramel flavor and a great mouthfeel.


Schwarzviertler — A Shadowy Dunkel From A “Dark Block”

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This article is about an unusual, very dark Bavarian dunkel called Schwarzviertler that I encountered during my peregrinations through the world of beer. It is made by Braumeister Cornelius Faust of Brauhaus Faust in Miltenberg, Germany, which has arguably one of the most storied and least known histories of any brewery in Germany. The name


Traditional Cathedral Kölsch

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If you are looking for a more traditional Kölsch recipe, we’ve got a basic recipe for brewers to appreciate the ingredients, so be sure to use only fresh and quality malts, hops, and yeast.


Dunkelweizen Symphony

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Horst Dornbusch provides readers with a classic recipe for those looking to brew up a traditionally-styled dunkelweizen


Bragging Braggot

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Braggots are fun synergy of meads and beer. Here is a basic recipe that is quick to complete on brewday, but patience is going to be greatly beneficial for fermentation.


Dubbel Halo Ale

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Horst Dornbusch lays out a recipe with fermentation tips for those looking to brew up a Belgian Dubbel.


Silent Tripel

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Horst Dornbusch provides a recipe for a Belgian Tripel.


End Run Mild Ale

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Frequent contributor and author Horst Dornbusch provides readers with a British mild ale recipe.


Edgy Pils

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Frequent contributor Horst Dornbusch provides BYO with a German-style Pilsner recipe. Use only the freshest ingredients as there is nothing for faults/flaws to hide under in with this beer.


Flanders Brown Ale

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Horst Dornbusch profiles Flanders Brown Ale and provides readers with a recipe found here. This style is also known as Oud Bruin, which often are sour, but not always. This version adds some sour-tang to the beer’s profile.


British Nineteenth-Century Best Bitter

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Recipe author Horst Dornbusch’s more modern recreation of a historical Best Bitter from the 1800s.


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