London Brown Ale: The Session Beer That History Forgot About
London Brown Ale is a sessionable style that gets overlooked by brewers large and small. Learn more about its history and how to brew your own.
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Make Your Best Scottish Export Ale
The Scottish Export is the strongest of the three lower-ABV ales in the family. A malt-forward, low-ABV, toasty-not-roasty beer with minimal hops, but at the 80 shilling level we're expecting a more pronounced set of flavors.
Scottish-Style 60-Shilling Ale Beer Recipe
The first impression when drinking this amber-brown ale is a malty nose with subdued hops aroma. The flavor is soft malt that may have a touch of smokiness and toastiness. The use of roasted barley brings out a soft, complex background.
The 10 Easiest Beer Styles - Brew Your Own
Its Brew Your Owns Tenth Anniversary and were kicking off a year-long series of articles with our list of the 10 most approachable beer styles.
Defy Gravity: Brewing High-Gravity Beers
Here are 3 common problems that can affect big beer and suggestions for how to overcome them and make high-gravity brewing your own.
Fort George Fresh IPA Recipe
Expect hints of citrus, resin, and fruit to flood forward, followed by a piney, earthy complexity in this recipe designed by Jack Harris of Fort George Brewery.
Blackberry Bitter English Pale Ale Recipe
This beer is inspired by Mike Todd, a fellow member of the Stoney Creek Homebrewers, who brought a SMaSH version to a recent meeting. We were all blown away by the clarion blackberry/black currant/plum notes that the Bramling Cross hops pumped out!