Originally posted Dec 7, 2016 on Brouwerij-Chugach | No this isn’t for the haters, it’s for the lovers! Why do these style of beers get consumed so quickly?
Originally posted Nov 30, 2016 on The Homebrew Academy | It’s always fun to use beer in cooking or baking. See how to make some delicious chocolate porter muffins!
Originally posted Nov 28, 2016 on Brew-Dudes | Check out this fresh hopped harvest ale using the white labs vault strain Hansen Ale Blend!
Originally posted Nov 29, 2016 on The Pour Report | Move over Oats! Some people are seeking other adjuncts to spice up their IPAs. Check out this recipe using Galaxy, El Dorado, and Azacca hops for a tropical corn IPA.
Originally posted on Nov 24, 2016 on Brew-Dudes | The Brew-Dudes taste their most recent brew, an American Cream Ale. They discuss why they did not use corn.
Originally posted Nov 14, 2016 on The Beginners Brew | See how to go about making a delicious doppelbock using the brew in a bag method!
Originally posted Nov 10, 2016 on Meek Brewing Co | Maine Beer Companies Lunch is a very tasty American IPA showcasing centennial, amarillo, and simcoe hops. Check out the latest clone attempt!
Originally posted Nov 13, 2016 on Homebrew Answers | Ever want to make your own wine? What about fruit wine? Well Homebrew Answers has you covered with an article all about making your own wine from pears.
Originally posted Nov 7, 2016 on Scottjanish.com | Scott is either posting great in-depth articles, or using his vast brewing knowledge to pupmp out some tasty beers. This week it is the latter. See what his NE IPA with millet looks like.
Originally posted Nov 8, 2016 on Lost Compass Brewing | Ok, I’ll admit it…its getting to be a little much – everyone is posting about NE IPA. We get it, its all anyone wants to drink, and that is fine, but maybe we should stop all the posts…or not!
Originally posted Nov 7, 2016 on Sui Generis | Black IPA’s used to be all the rage before the hazy NE IPA’s came to town. Check out this recipe using homegrown centennial and cascade
Originally posted Nov 4, 2016 on The Homebrew Academy | Coconut beers can be tricky. See how this brown ale handles the coconut!
Originally posted on Nov 4, 2016 on Meek Brewing Co | This IPA is fermented with a few different yeasts, one being a brettanomyces strain. With Vic Secret and Citra Hops, this sounds like a tasty one!
Originally posted Oct 30, 2016 on Beer and Brewing | Pumpkin beer is loved by many, but probably hated by more. In this article we utilize the pumpkin beer to make a delicious pumpkin cheesecake!
Originally posted Oct 26, 2016 on Homebrewer’s Association | Cranberry are oft used in the fall and can be a really interesting fruit addition to a beer. How about a saison flavored with organic cranberries?