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Call it super, call it double, or call it imperial. After you’ve tried one or two strong saisons, you’ll just call it your new favorite beer.
Use the continuity test to identify which wire is currently in which block and untangle your wired mess
In the same way a chef can add a touch of cracked peppercorn to open up a dish with added spice and complexity, a brewer can use the same ingredient to achieve the same result.
Brewed with lemon zest and juniper berries, this American IPA is a deep golden yellow and has the aroma of citrus, fresh-cut herbs, and pine.
Here are 5 ways to get the most from specialty grains in your extract-based homebrews.
A record-breaking influx of young settlers is bringing an unprecedented number of breweries, brewpubs, Belgian bars, and beer brunches to the nation’s capital and its suburbs.
Farro, an ancient grain with a nutty flavor and hints of cinnamon, pairs well with wheat beer in this tasty salad.
Start now to brew this near-perfect fall beer (despite its name) whose bread, spice, pine, and floral flavor profile lends itself beautifully to pairing with fall foods!
Here’s a conventionally made saison with the OG kicked up to 1.080 and a good dose of Chinese white pepper and bitter orange peel.
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