Alex MacIntosh of Providence, RI, member of the Rhode Island Brewing Society (RIBS), won a bronze medal in Category #19: Strong UK Ale with an Old Ale during the 2019 National Homebrew Competition Final Round in Providence, RI. MacIntosh’s Old Ale was chosen as a top three entry among 248 entries in the category. Read More
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James Satin of Saline, MI, member of the Ann Arbor Brewers Guild, won a gold medal in Category #19: Strong UK Ale with an Old Ale during the 2019 National Homebrew Competition Final Round in Providence, RI. Satin’s Strong UK Ale was chosen as the best among 248 entries in the category. Read More
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This recipe courtesy Chris Daily won Best of Show at the Big Beer Bonanza Homebrew CompetitionRead More
Brewed by Salisbury, Md.’s Evolution Craft Brewing Co., this American strong ale was originally brewed as a limited release in late 2015, and now you can brew it at home! This strong ale layers piney, citrusy American hop flavors over a rich malt base.
This homebrew recipe is featured in Top 50 Commercial Clone Beer Recipes. Find out what recipe was featured for your state! Read More
Tom Gardner of Denver, CO, member of the Foam On The Range, won a gold medal in Category #19: Strong Ale during the 2012 National Homebrew Competition Final Round in Seattle, WA. Gardner’s Strong Ale was chosen as the best among 279 final round entries in the category. Read More
"It's the stuff of legend, the muse of poets, the nectar of the gents. Strong beer, brilliant as topaz, sweet as dew, and dripping with the perfume of hops, was for centuries a revered icon of English culture." (Mosher, 129) That's the description of English October Beer in Randy Mosher's book. Sounds good right? In modern American translation, it would go something like: "It's the stuff of blurry weekends around the holidays. Strong beer, you know you want some." Read More
Jeff Reilly of Houston, TX, member of the Foam Rangers Homebrew Club, won a gold medal in Category #19: Strong Ale during the 2006 National Homebrew Competition Final Round in Orlando, FL. Reilly’s Strong Ale was chosen as the best among 160 final round entries in the category. Read More