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English Bitter Homebrew Recipe

December 31, 2020
An English Bitter, otherwise known as an Ordinary Bitter, is a historic, flavorful, and sessionable beer style that’s unfortunately not too popular in the modern craft beer world. Here at Clawhammer, we love bitters and it’s always a treat when we find one at a local spot that’s poured using a beer engine from a... Read more

Home Brewing a Toasted Marshmallow Milk Stout Recipe

December 17, 2020
It's the perfect time of year for brewing a sweet and chocolatey nitro "milk stout." What time of year is that, you may ask? It's NOW! Anyway, this recipe is like hot cocoa... but beer. Or smores... but BEER. In all seriousness, this turned out to be a deliciously creamy stout with subtle hints of... Read more

How to Pour Nitro Homebrew Beer at Home

December 11, 2020
This is a complete guide to the equipment one will need to pour nitrogen beer from a home tap system (kegerator, keezer, etc). We'll list the equipment we recommend below as well as an explanation for why the particular equipment is needed. Nitro stouts, nitro milk stout, nitro porter and more are easier to serve... Read more

Russian Imperial Stout

December 7, 2020
Cold weather and good news is the perfect reason to brew a big Russian Imperial Stout. Our friend Ross, who brewed this beer with us, just got a promotion and now brews beer at New Belgium! To celebrate, we’re naming this beer Old Rossputin as an homage to one of our favorite beers, Old Rasputin... Read more

Outdoor Fire Cooking - Turkey Sausage and Dumpling Stew

November 23, 2020
In this video we make turkey sausage and dumpling stew with a side of sweet and tart cranberry sauce. The entire process was completed in cast iron cookware over an open flame, outdoors. This is a great bushcraft meal. We could also see the overland crowd being into this meal. Heck even car campers and back yard enthusiasts should make it. Enjoy! Turkey Stew Ingredients 3 table spoons of olive oil  Turkey Sausage A lot of Salt and pepper  A few green onions 1 yellow onion 1 or 2 celery stalks, thinly sliced 1 or 2 carrots, chopped up pretty well 2 tablespoons of mustard (dijon) A palm full of fresh thyme  4 cups chicken stock  2 cups shiitake mushrooms... Read more

How to Make Nitro Cold Brew Coffee Stout

November 20, 2020
We love coffee and we love stout, so it only made sense to combine them both in this delicious and creamy nitro infused beer. Other than the fire we built to keep ourselves warm while brewing, the brew day was pretty typical as far as stout home brewing goes. Anyway, let's just get into the... Read more

White Bean Chicken Chili Over an Open Fire

November 17, 2020
This white bean chicken chili recipe is our absolute favorite way to make a healthy meal that also taste rich and amazing. Instead of getting deep into some story about how awesome this food is in order to fluff up the article, we'll just get into the details. But before we do, it should be... Read more

Pumpkinception - Pumpkin Within A Pumpkin Within A Pumpkin Beer

October 29, 2020
If something is worth doing, it's worth doing all the way. And that's exactly what we've done with this pumpkin beer. It was made with real pumpkins, then routed through a pumpkin tap and paired with bread made from spent grains and soup made with pumpkins from the fermenter. That said, here's our pumpkin beer... Read more

Honey Cider

October 28, 2020
Honey Cider is a delightful combination of honey, apple juice, and yeast and it’s surprisingly easy to make at home. Thanks to the local flora and fauna we have in Asheville, NC, we were able to pick fresh apples from an orchard and use fresh honey straight from a honeycomb. We recommend you forage for... Read more

Session NEIPA - Homebrew Recipe

October 23, 2020
This Session NEIPA recipe was submitted by our fans Luis & Sarah, who live in New York City and also have a YouTube channel of their own. Session beers are perfect for day drinking and hot summer nights because they’re so light and crushable. New England IPAs are known for being juicy and tropical with... Read more

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