I've been enjoying the expertise here and have come away with a ton of ideas and specifics of what to brew. One thing i haven't seen much conversation around (though i'm sure it exists) are basic/ simple recipes that turn out tasty beer!
For instance, a proprietor of a homebrew shop near me in Philly one scrawled a handwritten recipe for a simple pale ale. Two malts and one hop addition @60 minutes. One of the most satisfying brews i've done, an easy drinking fresh tasting treat!
Wish i had saved the recipe...
I also tend to enjoy the basic beers i brew from the leftovers of my yeast starters!!
Anyway, any simple recipes you guys have brewed that turn into standby favorites?