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Category: All Grain

June 23, 2016

Steve’s Summer Wheat

by LouieMacGoo
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… sure to become a summertime favorite with it’s bright, crisp and citrusy favor and coming in at just 4.2% ABV this is a great session beer for a lazy summer afternoon sitting by the pool and I bet you that you can’t drink just one.



June 16, 2016

North Port Pilsner

by LouieMacGoo
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This Pilsner recipe from Steve is no exception a bronze medal winner at the 2014 Ohio Brew Week homebrew competition it is clean crisp and goes down smooth. If you’ve been looking for a good solid recipe to impress your family and friends this one will do the trick.



June 9, 2016

The Steamship Mathers

by LouieMacGoo
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Once again, Dawg LB Steve has offered up another medal winning recipe with his version of a California Common. This recipe earned Steve a bronze in the 2015 Son Of Brewzilla home brew competition and is an outstanding example of this style. This is a great, refreshing beer to enjoy on a hot summer’s day and will quickly find it’s way into your regular brewing rotation. Check out our other recipes here on the BeerBorg and make sure to visit Steve’s Facebook page, Montucky Brewing.  



June 2, 2016

Award Winner: Bottoms Up Brown

by LouieMacGoo
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This Bottoms Up Brown recipe has won a bronze medal at the 2015 King Of The Mountain Home Brew Competition and a silver medal at the 2015 Son Of Brewzilla home brew Competition and speaking from personal experience is one of the best brown ales I have ever had.



October 23, 2014

One Last Summer Fling – Louie’s Oberon Clone

by LouieMacGoo
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Here in Michigan one of the things that we look forward to in the spring besides the Detroit Tigers Opening Day is the Bell’s Brewery release of Oberon Ale. The return of this hazy, golden orange colored wheat beer is almost a state holiday and many people, non-brewers mostly cannot wait until this seasonal beer comes back to their local beer store. I have to say that as much as I like Oberon I like brewing my own version even more.