The Scottish 70-Shillings are similar to the 60s, but with a more pronounced malt presence
This light, bright ale may become one of your springtime favorites after a few renditions, and columnist Josh Weikert says he'd take it over most any of the soon-to-hit-the-shelves Spring or Summer Ales found stateside.
This double IPA recipe from Trillium Cofounder J.C. Tetrault marries wine-grape must (juice pressed from the skins, seeds, and stems of wine grapes) with complementary hops notes from Southern Hemisphere hops.
This can be a great session lager to help you recruit your macro-drinking friends into the world of craft/homebrewed beer, and for your own purposes it's a nice tap to have on when you're looking for lighter flavors with a bit more character behind them.
Sonoma Pride is a high-ABV, high-body, and high-aroma IPA brewed just once for Sonoma and Napa county charities after the 2017 wildfires. Please consider donating to the charity set up by Russian River Brewing & The King Ridge Foundation at sonomapride.com
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.
From a style perspective, though, it can be tough to differentiate because it bears some superficial and structural similarities to Belgian Tripel.
Australian sparkling ales needed a little something to brighten them up, and along it came: fun, funky, “Down Under” hops. With some creative hopping, these are worth your time.
This beer is much more about process than ingredients, so don’t let the simplicity of it fool you.