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Dougweiser

Budweiser clone, recipe formulated by Doug King. Why make a homebrew that tastes like Budweiser you ask? Valid question my frend and heres the answer. The challenge. This beer is difficult to make because of the double mash going on at the same time. (the rice and the grain) Pain in the arse! Keg's of this beer go quick.
Brew Date: 
01/01/2011
Brewed By: 
Rick Burnside
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Tempting Fate

Inspired by Russian River's Temptation. This beer appears both in BeerAdvocate the Magazineand the Everything Homebrewing Book.
Brew Date: 
05/18/2007
Brewed By: 
Drew Beechum
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Wee Heavy, no sparge and 60 shilling small beer

This was my first brew on the old shop system. I had experimented with different historical techniques. Most of my inspiration was from Cindy Renfrow's book "A Sip Through Time" and several "Brewing Techniques" magazine articles. My initial calculations suggest I was going to get a smaller second runnings beer, but was pleasantly surprised to get two substantial beers. This is an ancient technique whee the brewer can obtain multiple beers from the same grain, thus conserving resources. For additional resources, please use the link below: http://www.brewingtechniques.com/library/backissues/issue2.2/mosher.html
Brew Date: 
01/05/2002
Brewed By: 
Mark Poliner
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Bloody Head Stout

What happens when a brewer breaks in a new kettle? If you're me, your garage door tries to kill you by crushing your skull! Thankfully, it turns out the stout was awesome!
Brew Date: 
07/01/2009
Brewed By: 
Drew Beechum
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Buyer's Remorse English IPA

Had to grow a bunch of yeast for the Mortgage Killer Brew so why not make something tasty? This English IPA uses a bunch of new British hops.
Brew Date: 
09/15/2010
Brewed By: 
Drew Beechum
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Mortgage Killer 30 Year Barleywine

I bought a house, what better reason to brew a beer. This beer is intended to age for 30 years with one bottle opened per year and hopefully it'll be aged beautifully to the end time of October 2040.
Brew Date: 
10/05/2010
Brewed By: 
Drew Beechum
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Caledonian Saison

It's all the rage with music so let's play Beer Mashup. This Shop Brew combined the basic malt bill of a strong Scotch Ale with the yeasts and techniques of Belgium.
Brew Date: 
07/25/2010
Brewed By: 
Drew Beechum and the Shop Crew
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Saison Ordnaire

This is my no fuss, no muss, easy going table Saison recipe. It makes a great test bed for additional flavors and a great work day beer.
Brew Date: 
10/07/2010
Brewed By: 
Drew Beechum
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Coffee & Cream Stout

This is the third variation on a coffee stout. My first attempt was my 2nd brew ever. After the Drew Carey show introduced "Buzz Beer", I attempted my second batch. I have always been proud of this brew, and have tweaked the recipe over the years. The short cold soak of the coffee will assure great flavor but control the heavy roasted astringency. This recipe was chosen for the 2nd round of Sam Adam's Longshot competition.
Brew Date: 
03/03/2007
Brewed By: 
Mark Poliner
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Elkwood Wheat

This is a true American Wheat - not an American take on a Hefe. With a week or two of cold conditioning, it's crystal clear, pours with a fluffy white head, and is very refreshing. I've been brewing this beer, with only minor variations in the hopping, for almost ten years. It has garnered awards in Mayfaire, Pacific Brewers Cup and America's Finest City comps, and a keg of it brought to a summer meeting or a fest almost always gets emptied. It's also higher gravity and higher total IBUs than the style guidelines, which may have something to do with it's consistent success in comps.
Brewed By: 
Kent Fletcher
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