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  1. This is one of our biggest beers yet, next to our Novacaine barleywine recipe. I have a 5 gallon Cornelius keg of it aging in my cellar fridge right now. It will be bottled in December. I took a taste of it a few days ago and it already tastes incredible. I soaked my oak in Bulliet bourbon, but you can use whatever whiskey or rum you want. It is highly recommended that you age this for at LEAST 6 months. Cheers! Get yours HERE! We also have oak chips available separately: http://www.mrbeer.com/ingredients/special-adjuncts/american-oak-chips
  2. This new recipe is basically a hoppy brown style ale. It's very similar to the Voodoo, but with Falconer's Flight hops and S-05 yeast to bring out the hop profile. It's an office favorite right now. http://www.mrbeer.com/refills/witchs-flight-recipe?utm_source=HP&utm_medium=BTN&utm_campaign=witchsflightbanner
  3. Introducing the Inkbird temperature controllers! We searched far and wide for the most affordable/reliable "plug and play" temp controller (no wiring needed) and settled with Inkbird. Product Features Plug and play design for easy use Dual relay output - able to connect with refrigeration and heating equipment at the same time Supports the display of Centigrade or Fahrenheit units(-50~99 °C / -58~210 °F ) Maximum output load: 1100W(110V) Dual display window - able to display measured temperature and set temperature at the same time Temperature calibration settings for accurate readings Compressor delay protection for refrigeration control High and low temperature alarms Over-temperature and sensor fault alarm Additional Specs Temperature Control Range : -50~99 °C / -58~210 ° F Temperature Resolution: 0.1 ° C / 0.1° F Temperature Accuracy: ±1°C (-50 ~ 70°C) / ±1°F (-50 ~ 160° F) Temperature Control Mode :On/Off Control, Heating and Cooling Input Power: 100 ~240VAC, 50Hz/60Hz Temperature Control Output: Max. 10A, 100V ~240V AC Buzzer Alarm: High and Low Temperature Alarm Sensor Type: NTC sensor (Including) Sensor Length: 6.56ft Input Power Cable Length: 5ft Output Power Cable Length: 1ft Dimension Body: 5.5x2.7x1.3inch Get yours HERE!
  4. I'm VERY excited to announce that we now have 11 new hop varieties available (more to come)!! We also got more Mosaic in!! Amarillo = 8 – 11% - Aroma Amarillo has a flowery, grapefruit-like aroma with some tropical notes and a medium bittering value. A great dual-purpose hop for pale ales and IPAs. Apollo = 15 – 21% - Bittering Super high alpha variety from the Hopsteiner breeding program released in 2006. High alpha acid makes it a great bittering hop. Exhibits some citrus and pine notes when used at end of boil. Great bittering hop for pale ales and IPAs Chinook = 12 – 14% - Dual-purpose The high alpha acid content in Chinook hops make them an excellent variety for bittering, but with a piney aroma with notes of grapefruit and spice, it is also a great aroma and flavoring hop. They have a similar fruitiness to other Northwest US hop varieties like Cascade and Centennial, but not as intense. Great for American pale ales and IPAs. Summit = 17 – 19% - Bittering Summit is a very high alpha hop predominantly used for bittering, but it can also be used for bright, citrus aromas and flavors if used late in the boil. With notes of tangerine, orange, and grapefruit, these hops are great for American pale ales and IPAs. Cluster = 5.5 – 8.5% - Dual-purpose Floral, earthy, and slightly fruity, Cluster is one of the oldest hop varieties grown in the US. This dual-purpose hop can be used in many beer styles, but it is most often used in stouts, porters, barleywines, and historical beers. Crystal = 3.5 – 5.5% - Aroma Crystal hops are a very versatile low alpha acid variety that is great in light ales and lagers such as blondes, golden ales, and pale ales, but it can also be used in stouts and porters. It has a combination of woody, green, and some floral notes with some herb and spice character. Ekuanot = 13 – 15.5% - Dual-purpose Formerly called “Equinox”, this very unique hop strain exhibits the flavors and aromas of melon, berry, citrus, pine, and fresh peppers. It’s great in any beer that calls for a pronounced hop flavor such as pale ales, IPAs, sours, and some wheat beers. El Dorado = 14 – 16% - Dual-purpose While the high alpha acid content of this strain makes it great for bittering, the bold, fruity aroma is what explains this hop strain’s recent growth in popularity, especially among IPA lovers. With notes of citrus, apricots, watermelon, and even “Jolly Rancher” candy, this is a very fruity hop for very fruity IPAs, pale ales, and wheat beers. German Bavaria Mandarina = 7 – 10% - Aroma German Bavaria Mandarina is a fairly new hop variety bred in 2012 at the Hop research Institute in Hull, Germany. When used for flavor and aroma, it exhibits strong citrus notes of tangerine, orange, and a hint of pineapple. Fruity and citrusy, it’s a great variety for American IPAs, saisons, sour, and wheat beers. Simcoe = 12 – 14% - Dual-purpose Simcoe is a high alpha bittering hop, but is also used for aroma and flavor. When used late in the boil, this strain exhibits notes of pine and citrus. Great in IPAs or any beer calling for intense hop flavors aromas, or bitterness. Used in pale ales and IPAs. Sorachi Ace = 10 – 16% - Bittering Originally created in Japan in the 1980s for Sapporo Breweries, this unique hop strain is popular for its aromas and flavors of lemon, lime, and dill. It works well in lagers and pale ales, but has also found some recent popularity in IPAs, sours, and farmhouse ales. Get yours HERE!
  5. Tired of bottling? I don't blame you! Put those bottles down because we now have our very own kegging system available! This 2.5 gallon keg and 5lb Co2 tank (comes already filled*) are perfect for your home kegerator or jockey box (these are also coming soon). You don't need a kegerator, though, as these come with their own taps and should fit in any regular size fridge. These ship free!!! Get yours today HERE! Cheers! *Once your Co2 tank is empty, you should be able to get it filled/exchanged at any place that dispenses Co2 (homebrew shops, welding supply, etc).
  6. Introducing something a bit different, but really great on these cold winter nights, our new Hot Mulled Cider! This is a very simple cider recipe that requires NO carbonation (though it would taste nice as a carbonated spiced cider, too). It will definitely warm you up, especially if you add a shot of rum or brandy to it for an extra kick. Get yours HERE!
  7. This 64oz growler is awesome! Unfortunately, you can't fully carbonate it with the provided cap and 8gr cartridges (we're looking into an adapter for the 16gr cartridges), but you CAN prime in this (5 carb drops or 5 tsp sugar) and use the cartridges for dispensing. It's heavy duty and pours great. It even has a sight glass to tell you how much is left. This is one of my favorite new products we've released. It also has a sort of "steampunk" vibe that I really like. It will definitely impress your friends. You can get replacement 8gr Co2 cartridges at any place that sells beer supplies, paintball, hobby shops, seltzer bottles, or airguns. "The uKeg 64 is a mini-sized, half-gallon growler that will keep your beer cold and fresh for a much longer time than an average growler. The uKeg is great on the go, or for just relaxing at home with your favorite brews. This durable, vacuum-insulated stainless steel keg/growler comes with a CO2 regulator cap with customizable tap handle and gauge along with a brass carrying handle. Includes two 8 gram CO2 cartridges." Get yours HERE! More products to come. Stay tuned....
  8. This is one of my new favorite recipes. Inspired by amazing beers like Stone's Xocoveza and Ska Brewing's Autumnal Mole Stout, this spiced chili stout is rich and smooth. It has an English stout base, but with a Latin kick. I highly recommend using Poblano or dry Ancho chilies, but any chili or hot pepper will do. Get yours HERE!
  9. Good news! We have Lactose and Cocoa Nibs back in stock (http://www.mrbeer.com/ingredients/special-adjuncts)! That also means the return of Angry Bovine Chocolate Milk Stout!! Add even more chocolate character, body, and flavor by supplementing the recipe with 2 oz Chocolate Malt (http://www.mrbeer.com/ingredients/grains/chocolate-malt) and 2 oz Crystal 60 (http://www.mrbeer.com/ingredients/grains/crystal-malt-60). Steep at 155-170 for 30 mins.
  10. We now have refractometers! These are used like hydrometers, but they only need a few drops instead of a large sample. They do require extra calculations for accuracy, but it's worth it to save that extra bit of beer. It also works great for checking to see if fermentation is done. These have the aluminum body instead of the plastic ones and they show both Brix and SG. It also has automatic temperature control so temp adjustments aren't needed. You may need to do a wort adjustment and FG adjustment, though (instructions and adjustment calculators are available on the product page). Get yours HERE!
  11. Introducing 2 new recipes based on 2 Great American Beer Festival 2016 Gold Medal winning beers. The Suava Java is based on "Gusto Crema", a coffee cream ale from Georgetown Brewing Co. in Seattle that won Gold in the 2016 GABF coffee beer category. While you can use any coffee in this beer, I HIGHLY recommend using medium roast cold-brewed coffee for best results. The coffee flavor should be there, but not too overpowering or astringent. Medium roast cold-brew will be best for this. The Austin Pils is based on "Industry Pils", a German-style pilsner from Austin Beer Garden Brewing Company. It won Gold in the 2016 GABF German pilsner category. More hop forward than your average pilsner, but since it only uses German Hallertau hops, it's very floral and spicy with a subtle bitterness and clean finish. Very well-balanced, in my opinion, but a little hoppier than a typical lager. Get yours here: Suava Java Austin Pils
  12. After extensive testing, we've just released our newest spigot! This spigot is more rugged and easier to clean than the spigots we've had in the past. It also has a better flow and fits our bottling wand perfectly without the need for an adapter. We will slowly be phasing out the old spigots and all new kits will have these instead. They cost a little more for us, but they will sell for the same price as our old spigots. Get your new spigot HERE!!
  13. Due to popular demand (seriously), we've created our own version of your corner store Malt Liquor. Obviously, this is much better, but like any malt liquor, this is basically a lager with a high amount of non-malt adjuncts (usually corn), which gives the beer some sweetness and high ABV. I was pleasantly surprised by this beer. We even did an employee tasting with Mickey's malt liquor as a comparison. BBS was maltier and had a cleaner finish, but is higher ABV than Mickey's at around 8%. So even if you're not into malt liquor, try this beer. You might be pleasantly surprised. (Keep in mind that this beer is NOT going to be cheaper than malt liquor you buy in the store, but it will be better.) Get yours here!
  14. We've just released 3 new Partial Mash Recipes! Wit Your Whistle - Few summer beers offer the satisfaction of Belgian witbiers. Textured with wheat, and bursting with spices, this Belgian classic exhibits strong herbal notes with a citrusy finish and silky smooth body. While this beer is perfect for satisfying your summer thirst, it still has enough layered aroma and flavor to rival even the heartiest of winter beers. So “Wit your Whistle” with this quenching treat to beat the heat! Black Moon Weizen - This dark-as-night libation is a great representation of the complex and full-bodied characteristics of the German dunkelweizen style. The smooth and silky mouthfeel of the wheat perfectly compliments the rich, malty flavors from the Munich and Chocolate Malts. The underlying banana and clove notes that the yeast provide further add to the complexity of this robust wheat beer. It’s like a hefeweizen with a dark side. Dry River Rye IPA - Rye has been treasured by brewers and distillers for centuries for its spicy flavors and aromas. This full-bodied rye IPA blends the dry and spicy black pepper-like characteristics of rye with the tropical and slightly piney notes of the Zythos hop blend. This unique combination of flavors and aromas provides a complexity that is unmatched by your typical IPA. Cheers!
  15. This morning we have added the Mark II Keg Washer to our growing lineup of new BrewMax™ products. I've owned one of these for a few years and I love it (I was encouraging Mr. Beer to get it in our inventory). It's perfect for both cleaning and sanitizing your kegs and lines. It has attachments to clean the dip tube, and the basin can be used to soak, clean, or sanitize smaller parts. It also works great for cleaning/sanitizing carboys. SHIPS FREE!!! http://www.mrbeer.com/accessories/kegging/mark-ii-keg-carboy-washer
  16. We are releasing a new Partial Mash Oktoberfest Lager just in time for the fall season. This full-bodied, malty Oktoberfest is probably the closest we have to a true german-style Marzen Oktoberfest Lager. With bready malts and just enough hop balance, I think you guys that go for the maltier beers are going to really enjoy this one. It is on sale for only $30! Cheers! http://www.mrbeer.com/hot-deals/zombie-fest-lager
  17. I'm sure most of you know our CSR, @MRB Tim. One of his favorite beers is Anchor Steam Lager so he wanted to clone it. While this beer didn't come out exactly like an Anchor Steam, it's still pretty damn close. We did a taste test during our employee "Thirsty Thursday" tastings, and everyone loved this beer (this is rare). It's a great representation of the California Common (aka, "steam beer") style. We substituted the traditional Northern Brewer hops with Hallertau due to availability, but both hops are very similar and, in this recipe, they are intended mostly for balance rather than flavor. But if you wish to go traditional, it won't hurt to use NB hops instead. Using a lager yeast at ale temps, this beer is easy to brew in the summer, but it can be enjoyed year-round. I highly recommend this recipe if you're a fan of California Common type lagers like Anchor Steam. Get yours here: Foggy Days California Common Cheers!
  18. We're having a Buy 2 Get 1 FREE sale on our Bavarian Weissbier for this years's Oktoberfest Sale!! We have an abundance of the Weissbiers and need to move them out the door! In addition to this sale, and due to popular demand, we are also releasing our 6G fermenter on its own for the first time ever! I know, you guys have been asking for it for awhile. You can get it for $60 this weekend only and ONLY if you take advantage of the Weissbier sale. Otherwise, you can still purchase it on its own at full price. This sale ends on 8/27/16. Cheers!
  19. I've been working on this one for awhile and it is, by far, my personal favorite recipe yet. Made with grapefruit, coriander, lactic acid, and sea salt, in a wheat/pilsner base this beer is a great representation of the German goses that are making a comeback, especially here in the states. This is a great introduction into sour beers for those that have never had them before because it's not overpowering like some sours can be. Slightly sour with a slightly salty finish, and a LOT of grapefruit flavor/aroma, this is an excellent beer. A little gose history: http://www.germanbeerinstitute.com/Gose.html Keep in mind that you don't HAVE to use grapefruit. You can use any fruit you like, or omit the fruit altogether. But I found that grapefruit works very well with the lactic acid and salt. Get your Salty Dawg HERE! Cheers!
  20. If you guys like Hell or High Watermelon from 21st Amendment Brewing, or the Watermelon Wheat from Lost Coast Brewing, you will LOVE this beer! Moderately low in ABV, but high in refreshing watermelon flavor, this is the perfect poolside thirst-quencher to enjoy this summer. Get your Watermelon Wheat HERE!! We will have 1 or 2 more summer recipes out before we start moving into some of the fall recipes so stay tuned!!
  21. Hey guys, are there any specialty grains you would like to see Mr. Beer carry in the future for our partial mash recipes?
  22. We're having our biggest sale of the year all week long! Keep checking back daily for new sales. Cheers! http://www.mrbeer.com/hot-deals
  23. The BrewArt was just revealed by Coopers and it's pretty damn cool! We have one here at the office to play with and it's probably the best automated system out there right now. And I'm not just saying that because I work here. I've been very skeptical in the past about these units, but after seeing this one up close and in action, I have to say I'm quite impressed. It doesn't take away any creative control since it's mainly just a temperature controlled fermenter. It is 2 units, actually. One is the fermenter (BeerDroid) and the other unit is for carbonating and dispensing (BeerFlo). It is all controlled by a phone app and will tell you when the beer is ready to bottle. You can buy both units or just one or the other. Maybe you already have temp control, but want a better dispensing system without bottling/kegging. Or maybe you already have a kegging system and just want the fermenter. While the price tag might be high for some, it's a great investment for someone that wants great temperature controlled beer without buying a while fridge, temp controller, kegging system, etc. We are working with Coopers to make compatible instructions for our Mr. Beer HME kits. http://mashable.com/2016/06/27/brewart-brewing-beer-system/#jpFHS0nKrSql
  24. We just released a new recipe, Naughty Cream Ale! The flaked corn coupled with Carapils gives this beer a creamy texture, without bogging it down with too much malt flavor. It's very well-balanced and drinkable. http://www.mrbeer.com/naughty-cream-ale-partial-mash Cheers!
  25. I've been VERY excited about this collaboration!!! This one comes straight out of Mr. Beer's hometown of Tucson, Arizona. This is a new bicycle-themed brewery, Catalina Brewing Company is headed up by a former schoolteacher and Mr. Beer brewer. They have some great beers, but this Mesquite Agave Ale is INCREDIBLE!!! STORY: Mesquite is the most common shrub/tree of the Desert Southwest. Native Americans used every part of this tree for centuries. In fact, the yellow mesquite pods are among the earliest known foods of prehistoric man in the new world. Many generations of indigenous Southwestern Americans relied on these pods as a dietary staple from which they made tea, syrup, and a ground meal called “pinole” that would be made into soups and breads. Hank Rowe, Brewmaster at Catalina Brewing, has included this ancient ingredient in his Mesquite Agave Ale, which is only available in small batches at his Tucson taproom. But for a limited time, Mr. Beer is bringing this Southwestern treat to you. Catalina Brewery was started by business partners Brian Vance and Hank Rowe, who met through their mutual passion of mountain biking. Hank was regularly brewing with Mr. Beer, and when Brian tasted one of Hank’s favorite Mr. Beer brews (a hoppy IPA recipe he created himself), he said that Hank’s IPA was better than any he had tasted. From there, the idea to start their own brewery began to take shape, and Catalina Brewery was born. PROFILE: This beer exhibits the same characteristics as your average California Common, but with a Southwestern twist. Mesquite flour, made from the ground up yellow pods of the Mesquite tree, adds a nutty sweetness with subtle notes of cinnamon, hazelnut, and vanilla. These flavors and aromas dance in perfect harmony with the malty base of Crystal and 2-row malts. The addition of agave nectar adds a touch of dryness for balance. NOTE: While agave nectar is recommended (you can find it in most grocery stores), honey will work if you can't find agave in your area. The mesquite flour IS included, but the agave/honey is not. Also keep in mind that this is a steam beer and uses a lager yeast at ale temps. Get yours here: Mesquite Agave Ale Cheers!!