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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)

    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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    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 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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    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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    I took a homebrew classic and swapped out the yeast to see what would happen

    Link: Homebrewing a Centennial Blonde Lager One of my favourite parts about this hobby is being able to experiment and tweak recipes and variables! Has anyone else done anything similar to this classic HomeBrewTalk recipe with good results?
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    Documenting my brew days

    I've been writing blog posts about the different homebrews I've made so far and it's actually become quite the list! If you're interested please do take a look. I include the recipes as well so maybe you'll find something that sounds good to you too! :) Homebrewing a Belgian Table Beer...
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    Economics of Homebrewing

    I’ve been tracking my brewing costs ever since starting this awesome hobby and decided to compile a post to show off what the numbers look like (so far). I half-jokingly said the point of doing this was to see if homebrewing was actually less expensive (tl:dr - it certainly can be, but a lot is...