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4 Beers You Are Pronouncing Incorrectly – Beer Author Marty Nachel Demonstrates
Shares Facebook Twitter Pinterest LinkedIn Ordering a beer can be difficult for the new beer drinker. Figuring out how to pronounce a beer name will make you feel more at ease. You won’t have to point at the menu when your server comes by either. This is an actual challenge that many new beer drinkers […]
Scotch Ale Recipes: Beer Styles
Scotch Ale brings forth visions of fog filled bogs, dimly lit pubs and a hearty pint of ale. Scotland has always had its own distinct brewing style with an
How to Brew a Smoked Beer (With Rauchbier Recipe)
Here are our tips for brewing a smoked beer at home, with an all-grain rauchbier recipe to try with it. Click here to learn how to brew a smoked beer.
Brew Beer in your Backyard
With summer approaching, why not get outside to practice brewing your own beer? Home brewing is definitely an investment, but here’s a pitch: How mu...
From White Stout to Black IPA: Four Homebrew Mash-Up Recipes - Wine Making and Beer Brewing Blog | Adventures in Homebrewing
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Grapefruit IPA Recipe (Partial Mash) | E. C. Kraus
Grapefruit can be a divisive flavor – you either love it or you don’t. Some people – maybe you grew up eating grapefruit for breakfast – can’t get enough of its bitter, sour, pungent citrus flavor. In fact, some hops … Continue reading →
Converting All Grain Recipes to Malt Extract
Convert your all grain beer recipes to extract (or back). This week we examine how to convert an all grain home brewing recipe into one that uses extract
Make Your Best Munich Dunkel
Munich dunkel is an often-overlooked, but incredibly delicious beer that’s rich and dry, and tastes like molten toffee. Here, we have suggestions to make the best Munich dunkel possible.