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Tropical Milk Stout Recipe

We’re getting a little tropical on this next recipe. My Tropical Milk Stout perfectly melds together coconut, chocolate, and banana. This milk stout provides lots of flavor without being cloyingly sweet. I love a...

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Making A Tincture

Tinctures are a method of extracting flavors from spices and other ingredients via spirits. They are a super simple way to add flavor to your beer, cider, or mead. You can even use them...

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Beer Chili Recipe

There’s nothing quite like a bowl of chili to brighten up your day. Whether it be tailgating or a comforting family dinner a warm bowl of chili really hits the spot. Odds are you’ll...

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Patagonia Porter Recipe

My Patagonia Porter was an English Porter with a mostly Patagonia malt grain bill. Patagonia extra pale was the base malt with Patagonia 90l crystal providing a lot of complex flavors. Wyeast 1728 Scottish...

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Hibiscus Citrus Hard Seltzer Recipe

Hard seltzers are the current hot trend in the craft beer scene right now. They are generally light in calories with less than five percent abv and lightly flavored. White Claw and Truly are...

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Turbulence American Barleywine Recipe

Barleywines aren’t your typical house beers but you’ve likely seen them on every tap list. These malty monsters often feature caramel bready notes with some fruitiness and a hefty abv. You’ll find Barleywines in...

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Barley Brut IPA Recipe

You’ve probably heard of the NEIPA but what about the Brut IPA? The Brut IPA is the west coast’s counter to the east coast’s NEIPA. It’s an IPA with all late hop additions and...

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SMaSH 77 IPA Recipe

There’s nothing easier than a SMaSH recipe. SMaSH is short for single malt and single hop. It’s one of the best ways to get a feel for a certain base malt or hop. They...

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Brew Your Own Beer Recipe

Go beyond the standard beer kits and build your own recipes. Homebrew stores have some good kits but there’s nothing quite like when you brew your own beer recipe. In the long run you’ll...

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