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A dark, roasty, creamy ale. Although nearly black in color, this beer is medium-bodied and finishes dry from the roasted barley addition. Maltodextrin creates a thick, long-lasting head.
IBUs: 35 - 38 ABV: 4.5% - 5.0% Difficulty: Easy
Kölsch is a crisp, clean, easy-drinking ale. It has a straw-yellow hue similar to a pilsner, but is less hoppy, a bit sweeter and uses pale malts and a small amount of wheat. In order to achieve the lager-like characteristics this ale is famous for, we recommend using a liquid Köls..
A tribute to traditional ales, Mild Ale is one of the oldest known beer styles. Keeping with the long standing tradition, we’ve used only the finest English malts and noble hops. Sensible flavor and modest aroma make this session ale one to share with friends!
Bold and black, yet sweet and subtle. This recipe offers all of the chocolate and roasted notes that you would expect from a stout. Addition of Lactose produces a full body, thick, creamy head, and sweet finish.
IBUs: 31 - 34 ABV: 5.0% - 5.5% Difficulty: Easy
A light-colored German lager with a malty profile. Slightly sweet with just enough bittering hops to balance the malt. This includes a lager yeast that will also perform well if fermented at ale temperatures.
IBUs: 17 - 21 ABV: 4.75% - 5.0% Difficulty: Intermedia..
Oatmeal Stout (Steep to convert)
A medium-full bodied ale, rich and toasty in flavor. Victory® malt combines with the flaked brewers oatmeal to offer a nutty yet silky character. Dark chocolate barley adds an impression of roasted coffee. 2-row malt is included to aid in converting the oa..