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Unhinge Your Brand with a Story-Label

Every beer has a story to tell. Now, with Story-Label™, you have more room to tell it.

Video Tip: Smoother Bitterness, More Hop Flavor

Rockwell's Jonathan Moxey explains their approach to hopping, from first-wort hops to an aroma-boosting whirlpool—and how to conduct a whirlpool on your home kit.

Recipe: Erharting Vollbier Hell 1967

Want to brew a helles from 50 years ago? For a snapshot in the evolution of pale lager, here is a Bavarian helles recipe from 1967.

Editors’ Picks: Gueuze-Inspired Blends

Informed by the Belgian tradition but rooted in their own places, here are five beers brewed and blended in the manner of lambic and gueuze.

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Pale Lager: The Pleasures of 'Beer-Flavored Beers'

Randy Mosher, author of Radical Brewing, delves into the decidedly un-radical character of the world’s most unassuming—yet arguably most rewarding—swath of the beer spectrum.

Grilling with Lagers

Fire up the grill and break out the lagers. These three tasty dishes are designed for sharing and are surefire ways of exploring the flavors of beer in food. From the minds and kitchens of Justin Kruger and Justin Wright, the Two Fat Justins.

Podcast Episode 146: The Nuances and Complexities of Malt, with Richard Simpson of Simpson's Malt

The fifth-generation leader of this family-owned British malthouse discusses the ins and outs of barley, malting, heritage varieties like Golden Promise and Maris Otter, crop year challenges, crystallization and roasting, batch blending, and more.

Video Tip: Dry Hopping's So Nice, You Can Do it Twice

Jonathan Moxey, head brewer at Rockwell Beer in St. Louis, discusses the timing of double dry hopping for added flavor and aroma, and "how to get the best of both worlds."

Recipe: Turbid Lambic-Like Base Beer

Inspired by traditional lambic brewing, here is homebrewer Kevin Foster’s recipe for his turbid-mashed base beer. Evolving variations on this recipe are key components of his award-winning annual blends.

Brewing Gueuze-Inspired Beer at Home: A Pragmatic Approach

Kevin Foster, based in Atlanta, Georgia, won a gold medal for his gueuze-style blend at the American Homebrewers Association Nationals in 2018. Here, he talks about his year-to-year process for brewing, aging, and blending wild beers.

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Recipe: Earthbound Cozy Cowboy

This unusual gose-cider hybrid gets apple-cinnamon coziness from freshly ground mahlab and a hefty portion of cider concentrate. Lactose and lactic acid add sweetness and tartness to promote the apple, while mahlab adds nutty-spicy accents.

Special Ingredient: Mahlab

It’s a nutty spice, but it comes from a fruit. Popular as a baking ingredient in the Middle East, the dried seeds of St. Lucie cherries can also work really nicely, as it turns out, in beer.

Podcast Episode 145: Stephen Kirby of Hogshead Has Some Strong Opinions on Cask Ale

The existence of Denver’s Hogshead Brewery is further evidence that passionate, opinionated brewers tend to make great beer. Founder Stephen Kirby is outspoken about what he loves and doesn’t love in brewing. In this episode, he lays it all out there.

On the Cutting Edge: Deschutes at the Forefront of Thoughtful Progression

Whether creating new products or improving existing ones, Deschutes has put its money where its mouth is—with an industry-leading innovation brewhouse, rigorous brew schedule, and a culture of constant improvement.

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