Category Archives: session beer

Summer RyePA

My latest session IPA was a bit of a kitchen sink beer, but also one where I wanted to create a slightly more “traditional” northwest IPA. That means citrus and pine for the hops, and no fear of the crystal … Continue reading

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Raspberry Belgian 2020

I’ve brewed this beer at least three or four times, and I keep coming back to it as one of my very favorite recipes. It’s crisp, it’s low alcohol, it’s flavorful, and it’s well out of my usual brewing styles. … Continue reading

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Kitchen Sink Porter

Continuing in my “kitchen sink” series of beers, I brewed a porter recently; it was really a session porter in the end, which has been nice for easy quaffing during the winter months. Kitchen Sink Porter 7 lbs. Maris Otter … Continue reading

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The Ones That Got Away…

For a variety of reasons, I haven’t been able to blog about every single batch I brewed in 2018. Many of the ones that didn’t make the cut were repeat brewings of successful recipes. Because I’m not likely to get … Continue reading

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Beer Tasting: Session Stout

I’ve had this beer on tap for about a month; it has been really enjoyable! Session Stout The Basics 1.042 s.g., 1.012 f.g., 3.9% abv, 31 IBU, 42 SRM  Appearance Clear, black beer, with a fine tan head that is … Continue reading

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