1. I’ve done a brew called Tella which is a beer from Ethiopia that is passed down from families for generations.

    Ranges from amber to dark like an indigenous porter. They use Gesho Kittel (leaves of a native buckthorn) as a hops substitute, Teff bread, and a native barley.

  2. Canadian Spruce Beer – well documented since 1535. I am working with BJCP/AHA and Zymurgy on getting this to become an official style in the guidelines. I’d LOVE to be a part of this and will happily drive to Minneapolis to be a part of it as Historical styles are by far my favorite!

  3. Umqombothi – South African traditional style beer. Lucy Corne gave an incredible presentation on this style at NHC this year.

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