A solid tripel needs no fancy elements to transport you away from the dreary abbey walls to the some place decidedly more heavenly
In Episode 24 of the Brew Files, we talked with Craig Gravina of the AlbanyAleProject.com about the forgotten style - here's one of his recreations of a weaker 1840's version.
Call it whatever you will, just don't call it fat - this is the biggest of the initial IBU test series. Big, bold and bracing.
This is the stepped up cousin to our American Pale Ale. More hops and a touch more gravity.
This is a straightforward, no nonsense, classical American Pale Ale. It's whole purpose provide you a pop of American hop character with just enough malt to keep you going
Tiffany Ashrafi's "Mother's" beer, designed to taste like porter and cookies and help nursing moms with the whole nursing thing.
The one, the only world "famous" Bourbon Vanilla Imperial Porter. Born for Christmas - well loved any time!
A Tropical Stout as rich and warm as the island of Maui - think a bigger version of a milk/cream stout as discussed on Episode 31 of the show!
Big complex kitchen sink Russian Imperial Stout flavored with licorice, galaxy hops and cacao as discussed on Episode 31 of the show!
This is Denny's classic Barleywine recipe - packs a wallop and makes you feel a little stoned
All grain altbier - 2.5 gal.
A straightforward dubbel recipe perfect for sipping year round - but particularly fall!
A simple modern American Pale Ale useful for hop testing
A simple clean wheat beer that provides a good base for flavor exploration
A big, chewy, dessert of a Russian Imperial Stout infused with chocolate and vanilla with just enough chile pepper to prevent it from being cloying.
The very definition of a crushable beer that will leave you feeling like a respectable beer drinker the next day. It's seriously a great damn American classic
New Fangled New England IPA. This recipe is an amalgamation of a few recipes out on the internet - particularly Ed Coffey's HopHands Clone and Jason Faylor's NE IPA that he kindly sent us for tasting. Who's Israel Bissell? He's my ancestor who legendarily rode from Watertown MA to Philadelphia warning of the British attack. In other words - he's the guy who made Paul Revere look like a piker!
This is Jay's "two flavored" lager that he throws together in no time!
This is a clean basic American Pale Ale that we're putting together to test American hopping impacts. Inspired by Klickitat Jim's visiting of hop whirlpool temps
This recipe has been through multiple evolutions as it journeyed along the path of inspiration from a bowl of Pho and Thai cuisine.
A simple clean, blonde ale designed to be both drinkable and aromatically bland enough for yeast experimentation.
Named for his loyal brewdog that oversaw his brewing career from start till now, this recipe won second in the 2017 AHA National Homebrew Competition
For those times when you just need a beer to ago for, well, ever.
A homebrew version of Pono Brewing's Pineapple infused Kolsch
A pale dry Saison perfect for playing around with your yeasts! I also use this as a basis for a number of my Saisons and usually have a variant or two laying around.
Based on Denny's Waldo Lake Amber, this is a simplified Amber perfect for testing
For years when homebrewers would try and recreate the magic of a beer like Westy 12, the recipes were complicated. How about simplicity instead?
A bright, brisk and hoppy Saison popping with a ton of grapefruit character from the Amarillo. Really just a hell of a beer to have on draft and keep drinking
The first place winner in the 2017 AHA National Homebrew Competition in American IPA. Chase's IPA is a bit of a hybrid with a look back at the West Coast with some "new" New England flair. This is a little different than the version discussed on the show because it's his newer version
A simple modern pale ale recipe designed to explore the impacts of biotransformation.
From Peter Symons's Bronzed Brews - A classic pint for a hot summer
An Irish Red Ale inspired by Drew's trip to Fargo (courtesy of the Prairie Homebrewing Companions)
A Belgian Golden Strong Ale inspired by Clint Eastwood and The Good, The Bad and the Ugly.
Pale, spicy, dry and strong, this Belgian Tripel packs a sneaky punch. Featuring complex, yeast-derived aromatics, citrus and honey, this liquid gold fills your tulip with a bouquet of spicy, peppery phenolics and citrusy-orange esters. A soft alcohol profile combines with a light honey-like maltiness and an effervescent finish. Enjoy a glass or two and you’ll be transported to summer in Belgium
A warm caramelized fig infused dubbel perfect for a cold winter night!