• German (Lager)
  • Helles #2

    Hell. For some it’s a fire pit of eternal agony, for others it’s a light refreshing beverage. Hell, it even just means “bright” for a select few…yeah I punned it up a bit just then. Just a little bit. […]

  • German (Lager)
  • Munich Dunkel

    The definition of a dunkel style is a simple one. Dunkel means dark in german. So a dunkel can be any dark beer, and it generally it refers to a lager, but there are top fermenting beers out there like the dunkel weizen. But what about the Munich dunkel you ask? […]

  • German (Lager)
  • Vienna Lager

    Vienna lager has an interesting history. One filled with adventure—well, mostly malt kilning—but that’s an adventure in itself, right!? The kiln, the adventure, the style, all comes down to one dude: Anton Dreher. […]

  • German (Lager)
  • Schwarzbier

    This is yet another split batch experiment using the same grain profile. I’m a huge fan of doing this because A) I’m poor, and B) Why not? It will always boggle my mind that home brewers brew 5 gallons of one beer regularly. I like a steak as much as next guy, but I definitely don’t want it every night…especially from an amateur cook. […]