Strasbourg-style Bière de Mars. c. 1850 (after Lacambre) 5 Gallons (19 liters) OG: 1062/15.2°P Alcohol: 5.5%/vol Bitterness: 32 IBUs Color:

Beer Marches On

It’s spitting sleet. The sky is a sheet of lead. The wind, damp and raw, burns the flesh. But amidst

Two Botanic Beauties

Mr. Clarke’s Dandelion Stout 5 gallons (19 liters) 2.5 oz (71 g) fresh dandelion leaves,* chopped 2.5 oz (71 g)

Night Train to Lublin Export Lager

5 gallons (19 liters) Recipe calculated at 75% efficiency Original Gravity 1060 (14.8 °P) Bitterness: 49 IBU All-grain recipe: 7.5

Split Personality Ale (or was it Lager?)

5 Gallons (19 liters) OG: 1052/12.5°P Alcohol: 4.5 to 5.0% ABV Bitterness: 26 IBUs Color: Shimmering gold Yeast: So many

A Bitter Pill

We’re having a hop crisis. You’d have to have your head buried pretty deeply in the spent grains not to

Blanche de Noire

What’s black and white and beer all over? It could only be a dark witbier. It’s a lip-smacking sundae of

Night & Day

Blanche de Noire 5 Gallons (19 Liters) OG: 1065/16°P Alcohol: 6.2–6.7%/vol Bitterness: 20 IBUs Color: Mahogany, with a pale tan

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