Make Your Best American IPA
There are so many versions, varieties, and approaches here that it would be arrogant to claim this will be your best American IPA, but it’s at least a very, very good one that has held up well to the test of time.
Make Your Best Oud Bruin
This is a good starter sour for those looking to move away from beginner styles but don’t yet have a lot of confidence or experience. It's also a style that advanced brewers can have a lot of fun with and really dial in to their personal preferences.
“Grosser Weizen” Wheatwine Recipe
Wheatwine is a higher-alcohol beer with a significant contribution of flavor and texture from malted wheat. It also allows for “mild” hops character, and we’ll pair some classic American citrus and Continental floral notes.
Make Your Best Belgian Dark Strong Ale
These “smooth and dangerous” beers (to quote the BJCP guidelines) are some of the best-drinking and most enjoyable beers you’ll ever drink, and they can be surprisingly easy to make if you build a good recipe and adhere to some basic brewing practices.
Spice Is the Spice of Life
So, how do you make a spiced beer? “Brew a beer and add spices.” If only it were that simple! Spice opens up an enormous range of flavors to us, and Josh Weikert shows you how to deploy various spices to get something you’re going to love drinking!