Oh boy, we have been sitting on this recipe for sometime. Waiting for the perfect moment to release this. This is a full bodied, malty, powerful stout. The kicker is that we have taken a good stout and raised it up a few notches with 6 shot of espresso.
There was no way we could let October pass without making a classic Oktoberfest style beer. A common phrase heard at Oktoberests across the world is “Prost!” which means simply, Cheers!
True Oktoberfest beers tend to be lagered and much lighter than the one we are producing. Since lagering can be a challenge for most homebrewers we thought we would make more of a Märzen style Oktoberfest beer.
Red ales have one of the nicest appearances of any beer type. The problem is, that red colour is very difficult to obtain. We have tried countless times to make red beers only to end up on either end of the colour spectrum. Nonetheless! This recipe has proven the most reliable at getting that perfect red colour.
It also happens to be a tasty brew too. It is malt forward with a solid hop backbone to keep the sweetness away. It’s easy to make and great to look at, cheers!
Gluten sensitivity and allergies are something that has become very common over the last few years. By far the biggest downside of this (in our opinion) is that those affected can’t drink beer!!!
Our plan was to try and see if we could make a tasty gluten free beer, and I think we may be onto something. Here is an easy to make gluten free beer recipe that everyone can enjoy.