Use Northern Brewer hops for a saison with a hops character that is like strolling through the Black Forest.
This recipe for a traditional Munich-style Helles is best served by the liter.
This fake German lager derives its crisp, easy-drinking flavor from just two base malts: Munich and Pilsner.
This kolsch is less hoppy with a kiss of wheat, and the hops add a slightly tart spicy flavor.
This is a delightful extract IPA with a light maltiness that profiles the Citra hops’s tropical fruit flavor and aroma.
Ron Pattinson explores the development of lager brewing in Britain and provides a modern-day version of a classic dark lager.
Here’s a simple and tasty recipe when you’re ready to try your hand at lagers.
A darker, stronger version of Bavarian wheat beer. A crisp wheat flavor is balanced by a slight chocolate maltiness. A mild clove/banana flavor accents the spicy character of Tradition hops.
This traditional Irish Red ale is a popular pounder, now updated with a gluten-reduced option.
Pick your brewing method—all-grain, partial-mash, or extract—for this spiced treat.