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Sweet Stout Homebrew Additions

Sweet Stout is a mixed bag- there are some things that work really well, and some that don’t work at all. You have both the sweet and the roast to contend with, so additions have to work with both Bourbon and whiskey would work very well with a Sweet Stout. This is almost a no-brainer […]

Witbier: homebrew additions

Witbier, also known as a Belgian Wit, is a good style to add other ingredients¬†to, but has a limited selection of possible additions. Tree-fruit ingredients pair well, like apple, pear, apricot, and peach. Other fruit flavors like blueberry, raspberry, blackberry, grapefruit, watermelon, strawberry, orange peel, and lemon peel pair well.¬†A citrus flavor like coriander likely […]

Homebrew additions: American Stout

An American stout is a relatively good base style to add additions to, with quite a range of possibilities. The hop forward character of the American stout makes it somewhat more challenging, and less of a blank canvas, but there are still some very good options. Spices consistently rank high, including seeds of paradise, chai […]