Beer Recipes: Tag: beer

  • Mint and Cucumber Sour 19L
    Cucumber adds a bright cucumber/green melon flavour to this Berliner Weisse. And the addition of mint adds a freshness that works so well.
    This beer works amazingly when paired with a roast lamb dish. The mint and cucumber sour reminds me of fresh home made mint sauce. And a sour beer always works to cut through the fat of roast meat. It’s a winner.
    Posted: Friday 9 July 2021 , 2 Comments
  • Black Doris Creme Sour - 19L
    This recipe was provided by Chris Nelson and has been made in several versions with different fruit in each - and all have turned out great.
    Using Philly Sour yeast removes the need to kettle sour and there is no need to add Lacto post ferment. Enjoy!
    Posted: Friday 9 July 2021
  • Grandads Tractor Old Ale
    Old Ales and stronger Aged Ales are aged Ales that have a unique character blending malt dried fruit and alcohol. The aroma is malty, sweet with hints of fruity esters. Dried caramel, nut, toffee, blend with the warmth of the alcohol.
    Posted: Saturday 3 July 2021
  • Coffee and Coconut Stout (all grain) 23L
    One of my favourite dark beers for the winter months. Coffee, Chocolate and Coconut...all flavours that work well together.
    Posted: Thursday 6 May 2021 , 1 Comments
  • Vacation Pale Ale
    Everyone is telling us they need a vacation. And because there isnt too much overseas travel we have developed our own vacation.

    Vacation is a stunning NZ Pale Ale with 2 amazing NZ hops that work well together.

    Everyone needs a Brewers Coop "Vacation"
    Posted: Friday 9 October 2020 , 1 Comments
  • The Dark Side Stout (all grain)
    Can you be tempted over to the Dark Side? After a long day sorting out those pesky rebels enjoying a Dark Side Stout will make you feel like you are at the top of the Empire. This new world style stout has Citrussy NZ and American hops to balance the flavorsome grains. Its a great beer for those long dark winter nights. Est OG 1.059 Est FG 1.015 Est ABV 6 percent Est IBU 39
    Posted: Tuesday 18 July 2017 , 1 Comments