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ABC Hazy Pale

The keg of my last hazy beer is almost gone so it’s probably past due to get another one going. I had a bag of Cashmere and Belma from last hop season that I haven’t touched yet and though mixing … Continue reading

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Cream Ale

I wanted to get at least one more low ABV summer thirst-quencher in before the heat ends. I picked up a can of Bend Brewing’s Camp Beer not long ago. It’s a 4% cream ale and it is fantastic which … Continue reading

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Oktoberfest 2018

It’s time to get an Oktoberfest fermenting that will be ready to tap sometime late in September when the weather will warrant a beer like this. This year, I’ve decided to try out a few craft malts that are becoming … Continue reading

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Summer Pils (2018)

I’m tiring of the hazy IPA trend and have slowed down drinking even my own! I’ve been drinking a lot more pilsners, kolsch’s, and really lagers of all kinds this summer. The goal here is just to create something light, … Continue reading

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English Summer Ale

In the hot months of July, what I want to drink most are beers that are low alcohol, dry, crisp, citrusy. I’ve had some great English Summer Ale’s but have only tried to brew one other one which turned out … Continue reading

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Hazy Double

One of the things you’ll noticed about any trendy hazy beer producer is that their Hazy IPA is always double-dry hopped and always right around 8.0% alcohol. Seems to be a sweet spot for marketability and they’re usually quite delicious … Continue reading

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Mexican Lager 3

Time to get a Cinco De Mayo beer going. I changed the recipe a bit. Upped the Vienna malt percentage quite a bit and am going to use Imperial Harvest Yeast. Their Mex Lager strain was discontinued and White Labs … Continue reading

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