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Big Ghost Saison

This is a big bold bugger of a Super Saison. Inspired by the idea generating factory of Fantome and using a culture of their strain grown in a batch of a smaller beer. This was a big hit at the 2011 AHA Conference.
Brew Date: 
10/01/2009
Brewed By: 
Drew Beechum
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THE EARL OF DENBIGH'S METHEGLIN

For all the mead makers out there! This is a historical recipe taken from a 1500's source. The recipe is verbatim from the book. Notice how the author determines gravity, by the must floating an egg!!! The book has been used for historical research in brewing and cookery. The book is available for downloading at Project Guttenberg (www.gutenberg.org). Title: The Closet of Sir Kenelm Digby Knight Opened
Brew Date: 
04/25/2011
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Falcon's Gyre

A new hop blend was released in honor of fallen brewer Glen Falconer. The American blend is oriented toward west pales and IPAs, so who am I to argue? This one is a Rye IPA.
Brew Date: 
04/06/2011
Brewed By: 
Drew Beechum
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Glen Heather Scottish Export

I got the idea for this beer after reading the book Sacred and Herbal Healing Beers, and the Scottish heather beer Froach. This beer is malty with a pleasing bitterness, and a spicy/fruity floral aroma from the dried heather flowers. It is one of the favorites I rotate on tap at home.
Brew Date: 
09/09/2009
Brewed By: 
Diane Van Wagner
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Wickedly Witty Ginger

This is my Belgian White Ale with an addition of dried ginger. The ginger adds a nice spice that compliments the corriander and bitter orange peel. It is very refreshing anytime, and I have requests to keep it on tap all the time.
Brew Date: 
05/08/2010
Brewed By: 
Diane Van Wagner
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Survivor Pale Ale

Our Family and Friends have been watching and betting on the Survivor winners for years. This is the beer we drink on this occasion Two kegs end up empty before each season is over. A medium body Pale Ale with late hops and an aroma that doesn't quit. This recipe survives in repeat rotation at my house.
Brew Date: 
01/22/2011
Brewed By: 
Larry Gonsalves
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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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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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Plainweiser Pub Ale

The simplest recipe you could ever make. This Blonde Pub ale is a great place to start your brewing career. Think American macro beers with a little bit of ale character. Can be brewed in under 3 hours! (Originally published in the Everything Homebrewing Book)
Brewed By: 
Drew Beechum
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