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Goodbye to Freedom Double IPA

Total of 6oz. of hops, including 2oz dry-hopping goodness. Strong & Bitter. Will put hair on your chest.

Style: American Ales / American IPA
Recipe Type: Extract + Specialty Grain Rating: 4.000
Added By: BeerNard Added: 5/04/14

Dry hoggin' heaven

American brown ale, lightly hopped, with bacon and maple syrup

Style: American Ales / American (or Texas) Brown Ale
Recipe Type: Extract + Specialty Grain Rating: 0.000
Added By: BeerNard Added: 9/18/12

Honey Blonde IPA

when I brewed this, I was worried that I had overdone it with hops, but as it went through the process and I tasted it along the way, my worries faded. It has a teriffic grapefruit nose and back of the tongue bite, then finishes with just the right amount...

Style: American Ales / American IPA
Recipe Type: Extract Rating: 0.000
Added By: 1eyedjack Added: 3/24/12

Honey Blonde IPA

when I brewed this, I was worried that I had overdone it with hops, but as it went through the process and I tasted it along the way, my worries faded. It has a teriffic grapefruit nose and back of the tongue bite, then finishes with just the right amount...

Style: American Ales / American IPA
Recipe Type: Extract Rating: 0.000
Added By: 1eyedjack Added: 3/24/12

Honey Blonde IPA

when I brewed this, I was worried that I had overdone it with hops, but as it went through the process and I tasted it along the way, my worries faded. It has a teriffic grapefruit nose and back of the tongue bite, then finishes with just the right amount...

Style: American Ales / American IPA
Recipe Type: Extract Rating: 0.000
Added By: 1eyedjack Added: 3/24/12

crazy injun apa v1.1

version 1.1 of a beer i made a while ago. first one came out good, changed the grains a bit. i had 3 lbs of c75 so i used that.

Style: American Ales / American (or Texas) Brown Ale
Recipe Type: Full Mash Rating: 0.000
Added By: reinheitsgebrewer Added: 8/10/11

MaPale Spring 2011

(60gal. biggest batch brewed) This beer was brewed by blink and myself. We brewed the wirt in Uncle Mark's new 15 gallon pot. We put 4 gallons of Maple Syrup and 1 gallon of Muttons extra light malt extract. Toward the end we added 4 ozs of horizon hops. We...

Style: American Ales / American Pale Ale
Recipe Type: Extract Rating: 5.000
Added By: svossler Added: 5/24/11

MaPale Spring 2011

(60gal. biggest batch brewed) This beer was brewed by blink and myself. We brewed the wirt in Uncle Mark's new 15 gallon pot. We put 4 gallons of Maple Syrup and 1 gallon of Muttons extra light malt extract. Toward the end we added 4 ozs of horizon hops. We...

Style: American Ales / American Pale Ale
Recipe Type: Extract Rating: 0.000
Added By: svossler Added: 5/24/11

AHS 20th Anniversary IPA

AHS has a deal going on that if you buy a 20th anniv kit, you get 2 pint glasses free. The glasses are cool, so I actually ordered another kit, this time an american pale ale (I usually don't do kits, but hey, 2 free pint glasses, and nice ones...

Style: American Ales / American IPA
Recipe Type: Partial Mash Rating: 0.000
Added By: reinheitsgebrewer Added: 5/16/11

yoda's fingertip lighting bolt ipa

was watching a star wars marathon, and decided to brew some beer. right before i adjourned to the basement to brew; the scene came on where yoda is shooting lighting bolts from his fingertips at darth vader.

Style: American Ales / American IPA
Recipe Type: Partial Mash Rating: 0.000
Added By: reinheitsgebrewer Added: 5/03/11

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American Ales

The defining property of American Ales is most likely the citrusy, floral aroma and flavor typical of American grown hops. The three basic substyles of american ales vary primarily in their malt profiles, ranging from American Pale Ales, with a light malt character mainly supporting the hops, to Amber ales, with an additional hint of some more flavorful malts and specialty grains, and finally Brown Ale, with plenty of malty, nutty goodness coming from chocolate and black malts, putting up an almost fair fight against the hop assault.

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Licorice Root 1oz

Do not confuse the flavor of licorice with that of anise, which is not related and is quite different when tasted side by side. Licorice has been used for everything from cough remedies to ulcer cures. The root imparts a very characteristic flavor and is surprisingly sweet. It contains glycyrrhizin, a substance 50 times sweeter than sugar, and is often added to chocolate to enhance sweetness.
$2.29
* From www.homebrewing.org

Mushroom Tower - Chrome - Air Cooled- 5 Faucet

Mushroom Tower - Chrome - Air Cooled- 5 Faucet - MTB-5PSS: Draft beer tower - 7-1/2" base, air cooled, shiny chrome finish. Top quality construction
$885.00
* From www.micromatic.com

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Extraordinarily Special Bitter

This beer is extra special in the bitter category, but compared to most homebrews, especially here in America, its just an average strength brew, sitting right in the middle of the road as far as... More

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