South Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Bradley D. Holderman
Jeff “Mongo” Reamy
Lock Haven, Pennsylvania
THIRD PLACE, BYO first annual Beer & BBQ Recipe Contest
SECOND PLACE, BYO first annual Beer & BBQ Recipe Contest
Pagosa Springs, Colorado
When the worlds of beer and food collide, the results can be enough to make your mouth water. With the keen eye of Amy Chamberlain, chef/owner of Manchester, Vermont’s Perfect Wife Restaurant and Tavern, we managed to select this winning recipe sent in to us by BYO readers for our first annual Beer & BBQ Recipe Contest. We encourage you to enjoy the weather, get out and brew up some of this great BBQ cuisine!
Fort Collins, Colorado
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Adding smoke flavor to your beer is easy. Fire up the grill and throw some malt on the barbie. It's quick, cheap and easy. Find out how.
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A Belgian brewer from Boulevard and our own technical editor give the what, where, why and when to using wheat malt.
A brewer in a band, a sweet setup and two Swedish homebrewers roll onto the pages of BYO. Plus: the Replicator clones Cambridge Brewing's Amber Ale.
Grabbing some yeast, skipping a step, a carbonation conundrum and two HERMS questions. Plus: a commercial oyster stout.
Low-carb diets are all the rage, and this puts beer drinkers in a bind. What if you don't want to give up the liquid bread? And what if you don't consider fizzy yellow water to be beer? Brew some flavorful, low-carb creations of course! We'll show you how to limit the carbs, but not the flavor. Plus: homebrew recipes for low-carb stout, bitter and sour cherry ale.
Pump up your homebrews with rye, the pumpernickel grain. Rye adds a spicy "zing" to beer and can be incorporated into a wide variety of styles. Find out why you should give rye a try. Plus: 10 rye recipes from 10 homebrewers including rye wit, rye Pilsner, rye hefeweizen, rye Kolsch and rye IPA.