Homebrew Recipes

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Apple Brandy Barrel Triple IPA

This monster of an IPA was brewed during our annual Barrel Brew at our Montgomeryville store on October 29, 2011 and fermented on site for a month in Apple Brandy …

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Bourbon Barrel Strong Scotch Ale

This dark, hearty ale was brewed during our annual Barrel Brew at our Montgomeryville store on October 29, 2011 and fermented on site for a month in Bourbon barrels. Our …

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Belgian Saison

This Belgian summer brew will delight you with thirst-quenching drinkability and regional flavor. Its pale, slightly cloudy color and tall, frothy head come from wheat, while the spicy aroma and …

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Belgian Dubbel

This powerful, dark amber beer will overwhelm you with maltiness and charm you with the distinct Belgian flavors of Special B malt and brown candi sugar. Like its Abbey predecessors, …

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Sorachi Ace Hoppy Wheat

Kobayashi Wheat featuring Sorachi Ace A unique high-alpha Japanese hop, Sorachi Ace contributes a fresh lemony aroma that’s perfect for American-style wheat beers. We used the hops liberally to take …

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Porter

Our London-style porter is suitable both for a session of drinking or a nightcap on a cold evening. Dry roasted bitterness is rounded out with a bit of sweet crystal …

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American IPA

If you are passionate about hops, you understand why our American IPA is a homebrewed favorite. Our recipe combines some of the best citrusy American hops with some crystal and …

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Imperial Red Ale

This is an amped-up version of the classic American Red Ale, featuring a full body and a rich, toasty-caramelly malt profile. Generous quantities of the highest quality American hops contribute …

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Summer Ale

Sam Adams Summer Ale Clone This light, wheat-based thirst-quencher is perfect for summertime. Unlike other “lawnmower” beers, our “clone” of Summer Ale has delicate complexities of citrus and peppery spiciness, …

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