We’re taking a look at the winners of the winners of the National Homebrew Competition and sharing the 33 gold medal-winning recipes for you to try at home. Plus, how a chef approaches building a beer and a closer look at Florida’s favorite style, the Florida Weisse.
Urban Chestnut Brewing Company recently invited breweries from across the country to re-create historical lagers. Stan Hieronymus was there, and he brought back recipes.
Using the New Mexico piñon as a special ingredient, Heather Linderfelt breaks down the process of building a beer with the eye of a chef.
Take your classic Berliner weisse and add obscene quantities of fruit. The result is a summertime thirst quencher that pairs perfectly with the Florida sunshine.
What happens when you open homebrew judging to the public and make a day of it? BrewMania! This New Zealand-born event may be coming to a city near you.
Recipes in this Issue
- Bourbon Piñon Wee Heavy
- Swamp Head Florida Weisse
- Halpatter Florida Weisse
- Flubadub (All-Grain)
- Flubadub (Partial-Mash)
- Tall, Dark, and Bready
- Old Ledger Lager
- 1834 Augsburger Lagerbier
- 1879 Klumbacher Export
- Corrales Piñon Porter
Meet the Editor-in-Chief
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