Tag: Hefeweizen

How to Homebrew Any Style of White Beer with a Universal Base Recipe BYOB by

Starting with a universal white beer recipe as a base allows homebrewers to travel the world of beer styles by swapping out just a few key ingredients.

Small Hands, a Beer Cocktail with Tequila, Cointreau, and Hefe Kindred Spirits by

In this margarita-inspired cocktail, Sauza Tequila and Cointreau set the base, while Scrappy’s Lavender Bitters provide a floral twist and Hefeweizen adds bubbles.

A Tropical Thanksgiving: Hawaiian-Style Beer-Brined Turkey Cooking with Beer by

Ingredients like pineapple, ginger, and coconut play off the tropical flavors contributed by new-school hops in this Hawaiian island-inspired Thanksgiving feast.

Kurt Widmer, Co-founder of Widmer Brothers Brewing Last Call by

From wrapping fermentors in electric blankets, to seeing Widmer Brothers distributed in all 50 states, Widmer has come a long way in the brewery’s 32 years.

Brewing with a Tropical Flair BYOB by

This month’s recipe is all about reliving a Brazilian journey—a little bit German, a little bit tropical and a lot of fun for the heat and humidity.

The Cleanup Crew BYOB by

This massively honeyed beer was inspired by the intensely spicy flavors of tupelo honey. The idea was to build a big wheat beer that smelled like a clovey Hefeweizen.

Enhancing the Flavors of India with Beer Cooking with Beer by

Indian dishes exude exotic aromas and complex savory elements that can range from sour, bitter and astringent, to chili heat, to sweet, sometimes all within one single bite. Discover some of them with recipes for a mixed vegetable curry and an Indian rice pilaf.

Beer Strudel: Sweet, Savory, and Super Tasty Cooking with Beer by

When made with beer, a strudel’s tender, flaky and super-tasty dough can become a wonderful meal. There are endless combinations of fillings and flavors that can be tried, but here are two recipes to try during Oktoberfest.

Late Summer Bounty: 3 Fruity Desserts with Beer Cooking with Beer by

Summer markets are full of wonderful ripe fruits that are perfect for fresh, seasonal desserts, making this season the perfect opportunity to think about which styles of beers will enhance what Mother Nature has created.

American Pale Wheat: It’s All in the Yeast Style Profile by

Deservedly or not, American wheat ale is the whipping boy for Bavarian Hefeweizen … but it turns out, that’s not such a bad thing.

Welcome to the Kasbah: North African Beer Cuisine Cooking with Beer by

These recipes from Morocco and Ethiopia will possibly make you think differently when craving comfort food during the cold weather of winter.

Braising with the Season Cooking with Beer by

Slow-cooked German cuisine allows us time to sip beer with our friends as we wait patiently for sinuous tissues to break down into tender bits of meat, filling the home with glorious aromas.

Salty Beer, Swillin’ Yeast and Cellaring Ask the Beer Geek by

The Beer Geek’s advice on sodium, stirring up yeast in Hefeweizens, the risks of cellaring and over-carbonated beer.