If they’re good enough to win gold at the National Homebrew Competition, they’re sure to win gold in your garage! The winners are sharing every single gold medal-winning recipe from the 2019 competition.
Lars Garshol has been central to understanding that kveik, a family of Norwegian farmhouse yeast strains with origins stretching back centuries, may ultimately be more disruptive to brewing than new styles like brut IPA.
Many associate mead with Scandinavia, but a much older tradition exists in the heart of Africa. There may be no better place to drink homemade mead that Ethiopia, home to some of the world’s oldest brewing traditions and the birthplace of humanity itself.
At the end of the 20th century, saison was relatively obscure, made only by a handful of breweries in Wallonia. Historical sources, however, rarely mention Wallonian saison. In the 19th century, saison was associated with a different Belgian region: Liège.
Recipes in this Issue
- Four-Two-Oh NEIPA
- Liquid Breakfast Maple Stout
- Princesse Beer 1866
- Lukis Beer 1690
- Saison de Liège 1851
- Terje Raftevold’s Kornol
- Bjorne Rothe’s Vossaol
- National Homebrew Competition Gold Medal Recipes
- Briess RoastOat Red
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