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Crazy Good Foreign Extra Stout Recipe

January 17, 2013

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Extra stouts are pretty beefy stouts.  I like them for the winter and the nice thing about them is that they really do have a quicker turn around when comparing them to other big stouts such as Russian Imperial Stouts.   This beer is ready to drink as soon as it carbonates so I would […]

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Strong Scottish Ale

December 20, 2012

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Scottish ales are one of my favorite styles to make.  This one is a bigger Scottish ale, it has a smoky flavor, and almost a whiskey ending to it. It taste better as time goes on.  Since it’s a bigger beer, if you make it now you can have this towards the end of the […]

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10 Favorite Blog Post Of 2012

December 19, 2012

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This year over at Jay’s Brewing blog we wrote quite a few different blog post.  Before the Mayan Calender comes to an end I want to put together the essential blog post for the year that I enjoyed writing and thought were pretty good.  So this is a reflection of 10 different blog post that I thought […]

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Maple Syrup Wheat Beer Recipe

December 5, 2012

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Wheat beers really aren’t that typical for the colder seasons.  If you are going to make a wheat beer in the winter it’s normally better to make one that is darker and full of flavor.  We do have a recipe on that. The other way to do it is to make one that is bigger […]

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Crazy Smoked Porter Recipe

December 4, 2012

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It’s a good time of the year to start making bigger beers as well as darker beers.  If you decide to make a big beer it will be ready some time next year around this time.  So it’s one of those pay me now or pay me later  things.  Trust me when I say, a home brew […]

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Dunkel Weissbier Recipe

November 27, 2012

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Typically with hombrewing, homebrewers will go in and out of phases of what style of beer that they really enjoy to make.  In the beginning wheat beers are the style that most people lean on.  They are a great beer  but are not really typically viewed as winter beers.  The way to make a wheat beer more […]

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Newcastle Brown Ale Clone

November 14, 2012

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Brown Ales are great beers for when you get off work and you want to pop something open.  This recipe is very much like Newcastle, I stumbled upon this one years ago and it has pretty much stayed true to the original recipe that I made.  If you are just getting into brewing your own beer, Brown […]

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Sweet Potato Beer

November 9, 2012

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In the fall people go crazy with the pumpkin beers.  If you came into the shop I was most likely suggesting to make a beer that’s a bit different, a squash beer.  I actually put up a post on this on how to do it as well.   There is another recipe that I’ve done a couple […]

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Great IPA Recipe For Those That Don’t Like IPA’s

November 1, 2012

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There are many reasons why you might want to try this recipe, if you are a hop head though, you might as well as go back to browsing other post on this blog because you’re not going to like this one.  Maybe that’s a bit harsh, I should say that this is child’s play for […]

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How To Improve/Build Your Own Pumpkin Beer

October 2, 2012

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It’s fall and if you are brewing with the season, this is the time of year where people start making the pumpkin brews.  If you are like me you’ve tasted lot’s of pumpkin beers.  I’ve found myself in the past making pumpkin beers even though I really don’t like them but rather because it’s, “What […]

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