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Tarty Passions Berliner Weisse

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Joseph Daly of Baldwin, New York, won a silver medal in Category #24: Fruit Beer with a Berliner Weisse with Passion Fruit during the 2019 National Homebrew Competition Final Round in Providence, RI. Daly’s Berliner Weisse with Passion Fruit was chosen as the runner-up entry among 299 entries in the category. Read More

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Sour Blonde Ale with Blackberries and Raspberries

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Damien Jones of Petaluma, CA, won a silver medal in Category #28: American Wild Ale with a Soured Blonde Ale with raspberry, blackberry during the 2019 National Homebrew Competition Final Round in Providence, RI. Jones’s Soured Blonde Ale with raspberry, blackberry was chosen as the runner-up entry among 334 entries in the category. Read More

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Tropic Sun Sour

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Jordan Reed of Martinez, CA, member of the Diablo Order of Zymiracle Enthusiasts (DOZE), won a gold medal in Category #24: Fruit Beer with a Catharina Sour with Guava and Passion Fruit during the 2019 National Homebrew Competition Final Round in Providence, RI. Reed’s sour Fruit Beer, made with guava and passion fruit, was chosen as the best among 299 entries in the category. Read More

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Peach IPA

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The following recipe appears in "Modern Day IPAs" by Mitch Steele from the March/April 2016 issue of Zymurgy magazine. Join the American Homebrewers Association and enjoy a subscription to Zymurgy magazine and access to the digital archive.

Peach season means peach everything: peaches for breakfast, peaches for lunch, and definitely peach dessert! This peach IPA homebrew recipe is a perfect example of how stone fruits can pair perfectly with hop flavors, especially newer hop varieties like those from Australia and New Zealand boasting of peachy and tropical fruit flavors.

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Choc Full O’ Cherry Porter

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This recipe uses the depths of roasted malt to create an enveloping chocolaty base for the added ingredients. It makes a great beer without the chocolate and cherries, too!

This recipe was originally featured in "Beyond Crystal: Finding the Magic in Middle Colored Malts" by Randy Mosher in the 2007 July/August issue of Zymurgy magazine.

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Exulansis Raspberry Sour

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This recipe is featured in the March/April 2018 issue of Zymurgy magazine. Six issues of Zymurgy magazine are published annually and are included in American Homebrewers Association (AHA) membership. Join the AHA to enjoy Zymurgy and many more member benefits.

Mark Boelman, Bronze Medal, 2017 GABF Pro-Am (with Odell Brewing Company)

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Razzhole Sour

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Jared Mullenberg of Bothell, WA won a gold medal in Category #24: Fruit Beer during the 2017 National Homebrew Competition Final Round in Minneapolis, MN. Mullenberg’s Fruit Beer was chosen as the best among 255 entries in the category. Read More

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New Glarus Brewing Belgian Red Ale

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This Belgian red ale was formulated by Amahl Turczyn, Zymurgy associate editor, in homage to New Glaurus’ Wisconsin Belgian Red. The homebrew recipe uses Knudsen Just Tart Cherry juice for that classic Wisconsin cherry flavor.

This homebrew recipe is featured in Top 50 Commercial Clone Beer Recipes. Find out what recipe was featured for your state! Read More

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Brew-in-a-Bag Cranberry Ale

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This recipe appears in the July/August 2017 issue of Zymurgy magazine in the article Follow the Path to Minimalist Homebrewing by Clint Cherepa.

Recipe courtesy Gilad Nachmani

This is very much a cranberry ale, but it’s not too sweet, rather sour and refreshing. Light floral tones with a strong sweet-and-sour berry aroma give way to a peppery flavor with a fruity and juicy sour finish. Easy to drink, and even when it warms up a little, it still has the fruity sour taste.

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