Celebrating the homebrew-nited states, and local craft breweries across the nation, the American Homebrewers Association unveiled its 2019 collection of Craft Beer Clone Recipes. Read More The post The United States of Beer: 51 Craft Beer Clone Recipes appeared first on American Homebrewers Association.
This bright and delicious session IPA from Whetstone Craft Beers features Simcoe, Amarillo and Citra hops. While it's hazy, aromatic and full of flavor, at just 4.5% ABV this crisp beer is perfect for when you've got thirst that needs quenching. This homebrew recipe is featured in 51 Craft Beer Clone Recipes 2019. Find out […]
DIVARTY Red Legs from Tennessee Valley Brewing Company is named in honor of brave Division Artillery soldiers. This is an Irish red ale that's really easy drinking with slight malty flavor, a soft touch of caramel and lightly roasty finish. This homebrew recipe is featured in 51 Craft Beer Clone Recipes 2019. Find out what […]
One of Reuben's Brews year round beers, this robust porter was one of the first beers brewed when they opened in 2012. Brewmaster Adam Robbings came up with the recipe as a homebrewer and he won gold the first three competitions with the very first batch! This homebrew recipe is featured in 51 Craft Beer […]
Family Vacation was originally brewed to quench the thirst of locals coming back from a day of skiing and was inspired by a wildly popular Midwestern brewed cream ale. Over the past 5 years, Roadhouse Brewing C. has taken the liberty of adjusting the recipe to ensure it's always crushable! This homebrew recipe is featured […]
This beer was named Pile 'O Dirt because of the ridiculous amount of dirt Crow Peak Brewing had to build their original brewery on to get them out of the flood plain. This porter is very dark in color with a nice tan head and complexity due to the variety of specialty malts used. This […]