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Recipe: Zebulon Post-WWI Mild

“This would be a silly choice for a two-ounce pour in a flight,” says Mike Karnowski, cofounder and brewer at Zebulon Artisan Ales. “This is a beer to be consumed in large amounts. ... The ingredients were simple: mild ale malt, some dark invert sugar syrup for flavor, and just enough hops to balance it all out.”

Recipe: Soul Barrel Wild African Soul

Based in the wine-growing region about 40 miles northeast of Cape Town, South Africa, Soul Barrel brewed this funky riff on umqombothi in collaboration with Tolokazi—a team of predominantly women brewers making traditional African beers.

Recipe: Dublin Castle Ale 1574

Want to take a stab at a 16th century ale brewed with malted oats? This recipe is closely based on the one that historians recently re-created using Dublin Castle records that date to 1574.

Recipe: Single Hill Skyfinder Fresh Hop Hazy IPA

Zach Turner, cofounder and general manager of Single Hill Brewing in Yakima, Washington, shares this recipe for a “a soft and lively fresh hop IPA designed to showcase our favorite early season hops,” he says. “Strata and Centennial are picked about a week before Simcoe, which is picked just in time for the dry hop.”

Recipe: Uncle John’s Pre-Prohibition Lager

Give this one some time. After about three months, you’ll find that the malt and hops are so perfectly integrated that you’ll want to just sit and smell this beer for a while.

Editors’ Picks: Fresh Finds From CBC

As it always does, the recent Craft Brewers Conference offered glimpses of where brewing may be going, whatever your scale. From terpenes to Dynaboost to new yeast strains, here are a few finds from the trade-show floor have us excited about what’s next.

Recipe: Goldfinger Smoke Two Lagers

From Tom Beckmann, owner and brewer at Goldfinger Brewing in suburban Chicago, here’s a recipe for their smoothly smoky collab with Fair State Brewing Cooperative in Minneapolis.

Recipe: Cervecería Hércules Caballo Blanco Summer Ale

From Cervecería Hércules in Santiago de Querétaro, here’s a taste of summer from Mexico featuring a global blend of American, British, German, and New Zealand hops.

Recipe: Fuller’s Hock

Fuller’s Brewery in west London no longer brews this dark mild—and hasn't done so regularly since the 1990s—but brewing manager Guy Stewart shares this recipe for a revived, all-malt version that briefly reappeared in 2010.

Elevating International Lagers with pFriem | Brewing Course

Josh Pfriem, cofounder and brewmaster of Oregon’s pFriem Family Brewers, details the thinking and process behind the brewery’s delicate, award-winning lagers inspired by traditions in Mexico, Japan, and beyond.