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Beer Recipes — strong

Tsar's Tar Recipe

Posted by Serge K on

Tsar's Tar Recipe

Tsar's Tar (23 litres) Like the story of many European Emperors, this month’s recipe is dark and multi-layered. Modelled on the Baltic style Porter - Zywiec Porter, this smooth, full-bodied beer is loaded with Chocolate and Coffee aromas, with Sweet Crystal and Chocolate Malts that deliver an incredible warming, smooth...

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Smooth Bockenator Recipe

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Smooth Bockenator Recipe

Smooth Bockenator (23 Litres) Smooth Bockenator is back from the future to populate the present with this malt driven wheat beer. Combining the best flavours of a Dunkelweizen with the rich strength and body of a ‘bock’, it’s the perfect choice to terminate your thirst. Nearly as heavy bodied as...

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Rad Abbot Recipe

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Rad Abbot Recipe

Rad Abbot (23 litres) Dark brooding with chocolate, citrus and truffle aromas, this recipe takes inspiration from a well known Belgian Strong Ale. Take a sip to experience generous complex malt flavours and a lingering velvety finish. Then take another sip! Sitting neatly in the Belgian Dark Strong Ale sub-category...

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Light German Bock Recipe

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Light German Bock Recipe

Light German Bock (23 Litres) The name for this recipe may be a little misleading as this beer is lighter in colour than the traditional German Bock but it is certainly not light in alcohol content (approx 7.2% ABV). This lager requires some patience from the brewer due to extended...

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Julebryg Recipe

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Julebryg Recipe

Julebryg (20 Litres) The story goes that the first Julebryg (Christmas Brew), made by Carlsminde Brewery in 1958, was a traditional strong ale. Vikings were known to brew a high-powered beer-like drink to get them through the dark winter months. The popularity of this seasonal beer prompted other breweries to...

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