November/December 2006

November/December 2006

Check out the featured stories, such as Beer and Food: A Match Made in Culinary Heaven, Cooking with Beer, Seasonal Beers: A Tale of Arctic Ale, Brewing with Food: Oddities in the Mash Tun, and Brewing Extreme Lagers.

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Cover Story

Beer and Food: A Match Made in Culinary Heaven

By Randy Mosher

Beer is an inspiring companion to food, with its enormous range of flavors, aromas and textures. But pairing beer and food is not nearly as complicated as you might think.

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Zymurgy: November/December 2006

Brewing Extreme Lagers

An excerpt from the Dogfish Head Craft Brewery’s founder and president’s latest book, Extreme Brewing, explores one of the most recent trends in U.S. brewing.

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Zymurgy: November/December 2006

Cooking with Beer

Holiday ales and winter seasonals are often extravagantly rich in dark roasted malts, making them versatile ingredients for glazes, gravies and sauces, even sweet syrups.

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Zymurgy: November/December 2006

Seasonal Beers: A Tale of Arctic Ale

Winter ales are special for many reasons, especially in the context of our collective brewing heritage. We take a look at one special special beer brewed with a ship’s crew in mind.

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Zymurgy: November/December 2006

Brewing with Food: Oddities in the Mash Tun

“This stuff really wants to be beer.” This is the author’s standard response to brewers’ questions about offbeat ingredients they are planning to sneak into the mash tun.

Recipes in this Issue

  • American Blonde Ale
  • Colin Miller’s Arctic Ale
  • American as Apple Pie
  • The Fall (Cranberry)
  • Julie (Pumpkin)
  • Peach Season
  • Quad-Boiled, Non-Stopped, Big Hopped & Pretzel Double IPA
  • Imperial Pilsner
  • Golden Valley Epiphany Ale All-Grain Recipe
  • Golden Valley Epiphany Ale Malt Extract Recipe
  • Michael Wright’s American Pale Ale

Meet the Editor-in-Chief

Dave Carpenter

Dave brewed his first batch in 2009 and started writing about beer soon thereafter. In addition to geeking out on beer and language, Dave enjoys hiking, traveling, and other gerunds as well. Email Dave