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Winners of “Beer Barons to Homebrewers”

Winners of “Beer Barons to Homebrewers”

It’s only too appropriate that a homebrew contest would take place a week before Halloween in a cemetery. Although that may seem as appropriate as a beer brewed with Communion wafers and holy water (see issue 8), the “Beer Barons ...

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Newark Restoration Ale

Newark Restoration Ale

It’s a beautiful blue sky, time to Solar homebrew. This time, a retro-recipe. I believe the U.S. has the world’s-best beer now, but I can’t forget about 25 years ago when the U.S. had the world’s worst beer. Strange days ...

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He Who Has Risen Belgian Strong Ale

He Who Has Risen Belgian Strong Ale

Sacrilegious? Nah, it’s Sacrilicious! In bad taste? Are you kidding? It tastes awesome! With both this idea (and the water) Blessed by a Catholic priest, it’s hard to be offended if you ask me. Monasteries have been brewing beer (and ...

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All Fired Up Stone Ale

All Fired Up Stone Ale

Nothing like going back into history and brewing the past! This ale is based on an old Latvian (Baltic) tradition of using local ingredients available to them, including the use of river stones to make their beer. Friends and family ...

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Lavin Dude Mon: Belgian Specialty Ale

Lavin Dude Mon: Belgian Specialty Ale

One of my favorite beers to brew is this semi-clone of Unibroue’s La Fin Du Monde, created with a little bit of yeast ingenuity. It has a drinkable Belgian taste, very fruity with a touch of clove. This recipe was ...

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Chocolate Covered Cherry

Chocolate Covered Cherry

Here is a beer you can enjoy almost any time of the year. Due to its dark amber color and reddish tint from the cherries, most of my friends enjoy this in the late summer and fall timeframe. Based on ...

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Philly BeerCamp 2009

Philly BeerCamp 2009

On Friday, November 13, 2009, Neil and Mat had the honor of being two of the five judges of the first annual Philly BeerCamp. Philly BeerCamp is a DIY beer event hosted by Philly’s favorite beer drinkers, Johnny Bilotta and ...

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A Homebrewer’s Corner Feature: Solar Brewing

A Homebrewer’s Corner Feature: Solar Brewing

“Do you have sunglasses?” “Umm… somewhere…” “Oh, you’re gonna need sunglasses.”

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Schuylkill Kolsch

Schuylkill Kolsch

Looking for a great refreshing summer Kolsh that you can make at home? Here is a simple recipe that is sure to delight. The outcome is golden honey in color with a light malty sweetness in the body and a ...

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Summer Honey Witbier

Summer Honey Witbier

Here’s an easy drinking beer for summer with both nods to tradition and the creative side of brewing. The honey brings an interesting flavor note to the brew and keeps the body light and crisp. Most of the spices are ...

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