Homebrew Recipes

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Abbey Pale Ale

A nod to the pale beers Trappist monks brew for sale at their monastery, or for consumption by the monks during times of fasting. Strong yet balanced, potent yet potable, …

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American Stout

Inspired by the stouts of Ireland and the UK, the American Stout delivers much of the same delicious roastiness. The addition of a healthy portion of chocolate malt, along with …

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Baltic Porter

A traditional beer from countries bordering the Baltic Sea, this style was derived from English porters, but influenced by Russian Imperial Stouts. Exhibiting the malt flavors reminiscent of an English …

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Bavarian Weizen

This is a classic Bavarian Hefeweizen: cloudy, pale, light- to medium-bodied, and rich in esters reminiscent of bananas and cloves. This thirst-quenching style is a summertime favorite. To purchase this …

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Belgian Blonde Ale

To purchase this recipe, click here. Statistics Original Gravity 1.046 Final Gravity 1.012 Alcohol Content 4.8% Ingredients 6.6 lb. Munton’s Extra-Light Malt Extract ½ lb. Dingemans Carapils Malt 7.7° L …

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Belgian Quadrupel

While not recognized as a style by the BJCP, this is the strongest of the Belgian beers brewed today. This beer has deep raisin and caramel notes, with big dark …

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