What you will find on this page is the favorite recipes of the Manty Malters members. Every recipe on here has been brewed by one of the members of the Manty Malters, and some of these have even won awards. You can brew these beers with confidence. We have tried to provid the recipes in both a PDF format and Beersmith 2 format. If you do not have Beersmith, you will want to download the PDF. Some recipes are already available on the web and have links.
Vader’s Fist Chocolate Stout (The 501st): Brewsheet – Beersmith 2 Format The Beer is a chocolate stout, slightly sweet and full of dark chocolate and coffee notes. This beer has won a few awards in competition. Recipe By Jason Johnson.
Adam’s Oatmeal Stout: Brewsheet – Beersmith 2 Format A slightly drier oatmeal stout for those who don’t want an overly sweet oatmeal stout. Silky smooth. This beer has won an award in homebrew competition. Recipe by Adam Davidson
21A New Hampshire IPA: Brewsheet – Beersmith 2 Format This is a clone of the the 21st Amendment’s Brew Free or Die IPA. She’s pretty good. Light body and very refreshing. And will kick at your teeth with hops. Recipe by Denny Smith
Smoked Harvest Apple Ale: Link to Recipe on Northern Brewer Forum Bready malt flavor, with a good proportion of fresh orchard apple cider. The apple shows up in the tartness as well as the flavor, finish and aftertaste, which is pleasantly cidery and not overpowering. This beer has won Gold in a homebrew competition. Note: Listed recipe is for 3 gallons. Scale up if required. Recipe by Dave Taylor
Stone’s Not An Arrogant Bastard: Brewsheet – Beermsmith 2 Format This beer is inspired by Stone’s Arrogant Bastard, but is not a clone. Jason used different hops and home-made Special B malt for this beer. If you don’t want to make Special B, you can use the commercial version. If you need Instructions on how to make Special B, click this link to be redirected to Jason’s blog on the topic. Recipe by Jason Johnson
Adam’s Pilsner: Brewsheet – Beersmith 2 Format Adam’s Pilsner uses a double decoction for an authentic German pilsner brewing experience. In this recipe Adam got very high efficiency so the beer was a bit bigger than a normal German Pils, but even if you don’t get the high efficiency, the beer will still hit the mark. Recipe by Adam Davidson.
Outsourced Blonde: Brewsheet – Beersmith 2 Format Brian’s Belgian blonde received a comment on The Brewing Network’s live show in Milwaukee. The comment was “This is probably the best Belgian Blonde I have ever had” -Justin Crossley. Recipe by Brian Lesperance.
Her Name Is Emily Honey Rye Ale: Link to Recipe on Northern Brewer Forum Full of bready malt flavor, and big spiciness from the hops (Dave used homegrown Hallertauer hops). The honey flavor was obvious without being enormous. This beer has won Bronze in a homebrew competition. Note: Listed recipe is for 3 gallons. Scale up if required. Recipe by Dave Taylor
Hey Manty Malters Brew Club! I am hoping you can help me out here… A couple of months ago I was at Manitowoc’s Beerfest and I was lucky enough to get the very last smidge of a sip of the Mounds Bar Coconut Beer that was made- (which I voted for to win by the way). It was so amazing and everyone I was at Beerfest with loved it also. Well, we’ve been craving it ever since, and because there is NOTHING else out there like it that we can get our hands on, I hope we can work something out. We are from Fond du Lac and will be going to Chilton’s Beerfest in May. Are you all going? Or are any of the brewers that were at Manitowoc’s fest going? If you will be there, I am wondering if there is any possible way that I could buy a case or two of Mounds Bar from you? (Cash of course). Please let me know if this is possible! My email is firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you so very much and happy brewing!
Sorry for the slow response. Unfortunately we are not allowed to sell homebrew by state law. But I spoke with the member who brewed the beer you are talking about and he would be happy to post the recipe so if you have friends who homebrew, maybe you could talk them into brewing it for you. I’m glad that you enjoyed the beer so much and I’m sure Scott is honored that you though so highly of his beer that you would be willing to purchase it. I will work on getting his beer up on the recipe page.