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    Homebrewing a Modified Homebrew Supply Mosaic Pilsner

    First off I didn’t have any Hallertau on hand and normally I would substitute that for Saaz but I also didn’t have enough Saaz. Because this is really just a bittering hop addition I added roughly the same IBUs by putting in 0.25 oz of Azacca at 60 min. Secondly the recipe calls for 2 oz of...
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    Homebrewing a Kona Big Wave Golden Ale Clone

    Link: Homebrewing a Kona Big Wave Golden Ale Clone I love Hawaii and one of the things that always reminds me of my visit there is drinking anything by Kona Brewing Company. That's why I decided to try and homebrew a clone of their Big Wave Golden Ale!
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    Homebrewing a Modified Homebrew Supply Mosaic Pilsner

    Link: Homebrewing a Modified Homebrew Supply Mosaic Pilsner What happens when you take a recipe and then swap out a bunch of ingredients for what you have? Well... you still end up be a pretty good beer!
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    Homebrew a Crisis Response (IPA)

    Link: Homebrewing a Crisis Response Crisis Response is my first attempt at an original recipe. However, even in saying that I did take the Avg. Perfect Northeast IPA as a base and built mine off of that. Overall I enjoyed the beer but it definitely gave me some ideas of things I might want to...
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    Homebrewing an Avg. Perfect Northeast IPA (NEIPA)

    Oh interesting. Thanks for the clarification!
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    Homebrewing an Avg. Perfect Northeast IPA (NEIPA)

    Link: Homebrewing an Avg. Perfect Northeast IPA (NEIPA) Homebrewing a NEIPA without kegging? Can it be done? Yes... obviously :D
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    Homebrewing a Summer “Leftover” Ale II

    Link: Homebrewing a Summer “Leftover” Ale II About once a year I take stock of all of the left over ingredients I have from the beers that I’ve been making and try to put together a nice simple summer ale. This beer is always different and forces me to try and be creative and to try...
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    3 ways of brewing non alcoholic beer that could be interesting for homebrewers

    Haven't had a chance to watch yet but I'm definitely bookmarking this for later. The idea of homebrewing a near-bear sounds really interesting!
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    Homebrewing a Berliner Weisse Sour

    Link: Homebrewing a Berliner Weisse Sour I’ve been homebrewing for a little over 2 years now and I figured it was finally time to attempt my first sour beer! After searching the web for a good recipe I ended up just taking what I thought made sense from a few different ones and putting together...
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    Homebrewing an OBK Hefeweizen

    Link: Homebrewing an OBK Hefeweizen Even though it’s not quite the fall just yet, I was in the mood to have a nice easily drinkable wheat beer at the ready and so I brewed up a Hefeweizen based on a recipe from Ontario Beer Kegs.
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    Following a Flagship Saison Recipe from a LHBS

    Link to Homebrewing a SFBC – Lando Saison Short Finger Brewing Co. is part homebrew store and part brewery and they make the recipe for their flagship saison public. So I figured I would give it a go myself and in doing so discovered one of my favourite saison recipes of all time!
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    I tried to bake bread with a NEIPA yeast slurry

    I didn't have NEIPA yeast but I did have some left over British Ale yeast and managed to make some delicious bread following this!
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    I attempted to Homebrew a Corona Extra Clone and well...

    Link to Homebrewing a Corona Extra Clone A while back I set out to make a Corona Extra clone and I ended up with something that was a bit different, way more alcoholic and also still somewhat decent!
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    I took a homebrew classic and swapped out the yeast to see what would happen

    Nice. Did you find the MO change had a noticeable impact on flavour?
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    Zee Germans are coming! Homebrewing my first German Altbier using K-97

    Link: Zee Germans are coming! Homebrewing my first German Altbier using K-97 First time brewing an Altbier and first time using K-97! Very impressed with the results (of both).
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