I experiment often with recipes but have three regulars always on tap at my house. Or at least, I did before I started spending so much time in Myanmar: now the brewing is a bit patchier.
Tanji’s Pale Ale
This is a simple American-style ale with a rich honey appearance and robust, lemony hop flavours. I brew it at 5% alcohol by volume using Australian and New Zealand malts and hops.
A peated, thick malty beer with high esters for late night study and movies. Pairs excellently with whiskey. I brew this beer at 3.5% alcohol by volume using English-style malts and hops.
My blonde wheat beer is delicate and medium-bodied with subtle hopping. This permits a light aroma from the traditional Bavarian yeast to linger. Brewed at 4.5% alcohol by volume using German-style malts and hops.