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Our galette recipe combines the crisp, tart Granny Smith apple with the spiciness of an IPA, creating a combination that will make everyone want to come back for seconds.
Contrary to its name, the cream ale doesn’t have cream in its ingredients. Longtime homebrewer Josh Weikert walks you through the steps to make your best.
This is a sweeter milk stout recipe that CBB staffer Libby Murphy has had fun experimenting with. Despite its name, there aren’t actual almonds in the recipe, but the flavor magically works itself into the mix.
Over the past three years, Cory King’s Side Project Brewing has gone from labor of love to the #3 rated brewery in the world on the social beer-sharing app Untappd. What’s in the 6-pack of his choice? Read on to find out.
The stout in this recipe is a robust complement to the blackberries, and—depending on the style you choose—can add some very interesting flavors!
Developing experiments can help dial in recipes and create more interesting flavors in your beer. Long-time homebrewer Jester Goldman suggests three experiments to get you started.
Here are a few hippie- and metal-influenced breweries to seek out.
Everybody's brew system is different. Our editorial assistant, Libby Murphy, shares hers!
Belgian specialty malts make The Reverend the perfect beer for homebrewers who love malty beers.
While your friends are out drinking St. Paddy’s Day beers, why not spend a day at home brewing for the occasion? We’ve compiled highlights on how to brew your best Irish red ale and dry Irish stout and have pulled together some recipes to get you started!