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Bob's Sandia Pale Ale

This is a recipe that appeals to just about everyone who has tried it. This brew has a fine gold color with a thick creamy white head. This yeast will produce a fine smooth flavor which combines well with the hops to make a brew you make again and aga ...

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Yeast2/3 cup dextrose and small amount of any brewers yeast for prime and bottle

Brewhaus IPA

This beer is best when consumed young. It will acquire a drier character as it ages.

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YeastAle yeast

Brown and Blue Ale

There was lots of blueberry aroma coming from the fermenter the first couple of days, but not very much when I racked after 4 days. I bottled after 4 more days in the secondary. I think lots of aroma volatiles got lost with all the outgassing in the p ...

Recipe TypeAll Grain
YeastWyeast #1084 (Irish ale)

Carp Ale

This is based on Russ Schehrer's Carp Ale from the 1986 Zymurgy special issue. The beer has a light hops flavor and could use some work on the mouth feel. It is also a bit cloudy.

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Yeast1 pack Brewer’s Choice #1098 (British ale yeast)

Cherry Weiss et cetera

Just a brief note, thanks to all for advice about the cherry vanilla weiss beer, it came out great! After 7 days conditioning - WOW! Great stuff, i was very pleased, great pink color also!

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YeastAmerican ale yeast

Cherry-Honey-Weiss

The batch does not taste bad although the cherry taste is none to prominent.

Recipe TypeAll Grain
YeastAle yeast

Christmas Cranberry Ale

After brewing six successful ales with malt extracts, I decided to try something a bit different for Christmas. I had picked about 3 cups of cranberries just outside Halifax and since I don't particularly like them on their own... The resulting brown ...

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YeastAle yeast

Clara Bell

This is simple, yet a little different from any of my previous batches. Ingredients were ordered from Great Fermentations of Santa Rosa---great company...good stuff and two-day delivery.

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Yeast2 packs Munton & Fison yeast

Cranbeery Ale

This isn't the best beer I've ever had, but the red color and mixture of cranberry, champagne, and beer tastes (in that order) together make wonderful conversation pieces. A perfect treat for the holidays. The cranberry taste is quite dominating: I might ...

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YeastAle yeast

Cranbeery Ale

This isn't the best beer I've ever had, but the red color and mixture of cranberry, champagne, and beer tastes (in that order) together make wonderful conversation pieces. A perfect treat for the holidays. The cranberry taste is quite dominating: I might ...

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YeastAle yeast

Cranberry Ale 2

Someone recently posted a request for a cranberry beer recipe. This one is m ine and got good reviews by members of my brew club last year.

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YeastWyeast 1056 (Chico)

Cranberry Beer

I am finding it very tasty. After a month it is somewhat sweet with a distince fruit flavor. I'm not sure that you can identify the flavor as cranberries without knowing which fruit it is.. It turned out somewhat cloudy but the color is a pretty rose.

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YeastAle yeast

Dark as the Night Stout

This tastes like a normal stout, but after 4 or 5 sips, a warm glow begins to suffuse your throat and tummy; great for winter nights. Don't worry about pectin haze, you definitely won't see it!

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Yeastale yeast

Delightful IPA

Just thought I'd share my favorite IPA recipe. It is a cleanly bitter ale with a floral aroma that is modeled after Wild Goose, from Cambridge, MD. This is using extracts from Williams Brewing.

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YeastEnglish brewers yeast

Diaper Pail Ale

When my daughter ws born last summer, I commemorated the event with a hoppy extract Pale Ale I named Diaper Pail Ale! Turned out very nice and fruity, close to what I remembered from a cask conditioned Full Sail Amber at the Pilsener Room in Portland. ...

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YeastWyeast 1056 American Ale

Double Diamond

My notes say that it was close in flavour but a bit light in both colour and body compared to the real thing.

Recipe TypeAll Grain
Yeast1/2 ounce Williamette Whitbred dry yeast

Dr Bruce's Skull and Crossbones Old Ale

Thick, hoppy with a sexy reddish-amber color. You'll love it!

Recipe TypeAll Grain
Yeastale yeast

English Pale Ale

This will be somewhat light, in the style of Bass Ale.

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YeastWhitbread ale yeast (or Munton & Fison or Brewers Choice)

Erik's American IPA 1

Several weeks ago I brewed my first partial mash where I used a significant amount of grain. It has been in the bottle about a month now and after extensive QC I think it is safe to post the recipe here without fear of recrimination. I was trying to c ...

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YeastWyeast 1028 London Ale

Extract Pumpkin Ale

I made this pumpkin ale last weekend and when I racked it, it tasted wonderful (at least I can tell that it will when it clears, carbonates, and ages). I based this recipe mostly on one posted on the HBD from the andinator@delphi.com account, but I change ...

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YeastWyeast #1056 (American Ale)
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