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September 2015

Beer Recipes

What Mr. Beer Recipe You Should be Brewing Based on Your Favorite NFL Team – AFC East & West

September 27, 2015
NFL Beer Pairing

The second edition of our What Mr. Beer Recipe You Should Be Brewing Based on Your Favorite NFL Team is here! This edition features the AFC East and West teams. If your favorite football team is in the AFC East or West, you won’t want to miss this blog. Each beer recipe has been hand picked to reflect the team’s fans and hometowns. So if you are a Bills, Broncos, Chiefs, Dolphins, Patriots, Jets, Raiders or Chargers fan, read on for fun…

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Beer Recipes

What Mr. Beer Recipe You Should be Brewing Based on Your Favorite NFL Team – AFC North & South

September 20, 2015
NFL Beer Pairing

Everyone here at Mr. Beer loves football season… after all, what goes together better than Sunday football and an ice cold beer? However, picking the perfect game day brew can be challenging. There are a lot of options out there! That’s why we are here to help. Using the list below, find your favorite NFL team. Each team has been matched with a Mr. Beer recipe that best represents the team, their hometown, and their fans. However, a list of…

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Beer Recipes

Barley the Brew Pup’s Chocolate Orange Stout

September 19, 2015

Dessert is defined as the sweet course eaten at the end of a meal. Don’t get me wrong, I love dessert (when I have been extra good, the uprights will give me a spent grain treat after dinner), but I thought to myself, “Why does dessert have to be eaten?” The answer: it doesn’t have to be! I decided to combine two of my favorite tastes, chocolate and citrus, in a rich, and delicious beer. Introducing my Barley the Brew Pup…

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Homebrewing Tips

Steeping & Mashing Grains 101

September 16, 2015

Are you looking to step up your brewing game with some grains? It’s not too difficult and extra grains will add a lot more dimension and complexity to your brews. You will also have more creative control of your recipes which will truly make them your own. Here’s a short primer on how grains are used in what’s known as “partial mash” brewing. If you’re just getting into using grains, this should help you out. If you’ve been using grains…

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