Recipe: Summer “Leftover” Ale II

As a homebrew you sometimes end up with bits of left over ingredients that you just can’t seem to find a use for. When this happens to me I like to throw it all together a make a simple summer “leftover” ale. This is the second time I’ve done this (the first can be found…

Homebrewing a Summer “Leftover” Ale

As a homebrewer you sometimes need odd sized ingredients to make your brews. For instance if you only need 0.75oz of hops but you needed to buy a 1oz package what do you do with the remaining 0.25oz? Well after building up some “extra” ingredients over the course of a few months I decided to…

Homebrewing an English Honey Brown Ale

What happens when you have some extra English ale yeast and feel like making a beer with honey? Well in my case you end up with an English Honey Brown Ale! Recipe Source:¬†Northern Brewer Beer Specifications Beer Name: English Honey Brown Ale Beer Style: Brown Ale Recipe Type: All Grain Batch Size: 5.5 gallons /…

Homebrewing a Centennial Blonde

While browsing various homebrew pages on the Internet for my next recipe to brew, I found that a number of people kept pointing to the “Centennial Blonde” as their go-to or favourite recipe. So I found the recipe and decided to try it out myself! Recipe Source:¬†Homebrew Talk Beer Specifications Beer Name: Centennial Blonde Beer…

Homebrewing a Boddingtons Clone

Looking for something new to brew it was suggested that I try making a clone of the English Pub Ale Boddingtons and so here we are! Because a liquid yeast is used in this recipe I had to make a starter prior to brew day. And since I had to make a starter I figured…