Author: gruitale.com Details: This beer is modeled on a Scottish Ale. The taste balances quite well between the maltiness, alcohol and gruit herbs. Herbs used are the 3 true gruit herbs: Yarrow, Bog myrtle & Wild rosemary.
Author: gruitale.com Details: A modern recipe spiced mostly with Yarrow and Mugwort, adding only a small amount of Bog myrtle and Wild rosemary (at the end of the boil), providing a unique herbal bitterness.
Author: Christopher Moore Details: Chris offers a variant of the above Modern Gruit Ale recipe. He adds Dark Crystal and Cara-Pils specialty grains to the grain bill and malto-dextrin for added body and mouthfeel.
Author: John Harrison From: Sacred and Herbal Healing Beers Details: This recipe is not a true recreation of a 14th century Gruit, but rather a small and easy all grain recipe for 5L / 1Gl batch. With true Gruit herbs.
From: Sacred and Herbal Healing Beers Details: A very basic all grain Bog Myrtle (a.k.a. Sweet gale) recipe. It calls for 110g / 4oz of fresh Bog myrtle, with half boiled and half added later to fermenter.