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My First Biere de Garde

An adaptation of a full mash Biere de Garde recipe - hoping to make in a couple weeks! Please give me suggestions/comments.

Style: Lagered Ales and Aled Lagers / Biere de Garde
Recipe Type: Extract + Specialty Grain Rating: 5.000
Added By: mattdrake Added: 2/24/10

Finger Lakes Steam Beer

Here in the Finger Lakes region of NY we might not be in California but I for one thing its just as beautiful and our beer even better. We brew this one to enjoy during the weeks at the cottage in the summer. Bring it along on your boat during...

Style: Lagered Ales and Aled Lagers / California Common Beer
Recipe Type: Full Mash Rating: 3.895
Added By: mattdrake Added: 4/29/09

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My First Biere de Garde

An adaptation of a full mash Biere de Garde recipe - hoping to make in a couple weeks! Please give me suggestions/comments.

Style: Lagered Ales and Aled Lagers / Biere de Garde
Recipe Type: Extract + Specialty Grain Rating: 5.000
Added By: mattdrake Added: 2/24/10

Finger Lakes Steam Beer

Here in the Finger Lakes region of NY we might not be in California but I for one thing its just as beautiful and our beer even better. We brew this one to enjoy during the weeks at the cottage in the summer. Bring it along on your boat during...

Style: Lagered Ales and Aled Lagers / California Common Beer
Recipe Type: Full Mash Rating: 3.895
Added By: mattdrake Added: 4/29/09

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Lagered Ales and Aled Lagers

Beers in this category throw the rules out the window when it comes to yeast. They get some pretty interesting and unique characteristics, either by fermenting ale yeast at low temperatures and lagering even lower, or by using using lager yeast at higher temperatures in the typical ale fermentation range.

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Edme Wheat Beer

Edme Premium Canned Hopped Malt Extract microbrewery series Wheat Beer. 4 lb can. We recommend the addition of 1 lb of dry malt extract to make a light-bodied beer. Add 2 lbs for a medium-bodied brew. Corn sugar can be used in place of DME. Each four pound can comes with dry yeast.
$15.99
* From www.homebrewing.org

John Guest Wall Bracket Shut-Off

Fits 5/16" OD Stems
$26.00
* From www.micromatic.com

My Honey is a Hefe... Weizen

This is the perfect beer to drink next to the pool on a hot summer day, but its not weak, so don't stand too close to the pool, or you might waste some of it... More

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