Taylor Caron, the manager of Hops & Berries homebrew supply store in Fort Collins, Colorado, shared this recipe for a dry-hopped American light lager.
An English brown ale is simply darker than a bitter but not as dark as a porter. As a style, there’s a lot of room for interpretation. The key is a fundamental drinkability.
This recipe from Josh Weikert, author of the Beer: Simple blog is for a bare-bones, but crisp and flavorful, German Pils.
Purists beware: this CB&B recipe might offend your delicate sensibilities. However, if you want to make the quickest of quick sour beers, using fruit can help cover some of the rougher edges in a spiked lactic sour.
An earlier version of this Berliner weisse recipe from Josh Weikert won Best of Show at the 2nd Annual Stoney Creek Homebrewers Amateur Brewing Championship.
Westcoast-style amber full of caramel and citrus hop, with a touch of roast in the finish.