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Brewing and Wort Brined Pickles

Brewing and Wort Brined Pickles

Pat yourself on the back, you’ve got another batch of wort and yeast doing its thing in the fermentor. With another brew day complete, it’s time for the cleaning to begin. Besides the brew kettle being grimy with spent hops ...

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Summer Rye

Summer Rye

Wind down the summer months with this delicious homebrew

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Brew With Your Food

Brew With Your Food

Recipes for the most unique ways to pair food and beer. You’re going to put what in the what?!?! Yes, brewing with food. It’s not as far fetched as you might be thinking. Beers with fruits and/or spices are all ...

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Belgo-Indian Ale: A straightforward brew with Indian spices and Belgian Ale yeast.

Belgo-Indian Ale: A straightforward brew with Indian spices and Belgian Ale yeast.

Having spent most of my life around my family’s farm in Burlington County, NJ, I have learned to appreciate and embody all things “from scratch.”

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Café y Cerveza

Café y Cerveza

Coffee and beer-is there anything humankind loves more than these two beverages? Experts in each respective field spend an inordinate amount of time perfecting the craft of growing, processing, brewing, and preparing each beverage. But in combiningthe two for the ...

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Two Brothers Ale

Two Brothers Ale

A Belgian Dark Strong Ale brewed between brothers. I have been home brewing for four years and my favorite styles are high gravity ales, especially Belgian styles, but I also enjoy making sour beers and West Coast Style IPAs. I ...

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King Bo’s Big Beet Beer

King Bo’s Big Beet Beer

All grain recipe for this unique homebrew. Bowie is my unusually big cat, who has to inspect everything new in the house. He is always nearby when I brew. This beer, although not big in ABV or OG, is big ...

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Drachentöter Dunkelweizen

Drachentöter Dunkelweizen

Kyle Park, the winner of Draught Horse’s 2011 Philly Beer Week Homebrew Contest shares his first place recipe. Don’t let anyone tell you that all-grain brewing is superior to extract brewing. Despite what some brewers might say, malt extracts can ...

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Saison du Senegal

Saison du Senegal

Brewed in honor of a Senegal-bound friend & for your homebrewing pleasure. I first started homebrewing with my roommates at Temple University, where we received a real education in beer. Since then, I’ve joined the ALEiens Homebrew Club and started ...

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The American Revolutionary War

The American Revolutionary War

American, Great Britain and France join forces to create this historic brew. I have always been interested in the story behind the beer. Where it was made, where the name came from, what was the muse for the recipe, etc. ...

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