Make Your First Batch an IPA

So you’ve decided to take up homebrewing. You’ve bought starter equipment (or received a kit as a gift). You have a reference book or two. And you’ve obviously found the Craft Beer & Brewing website. You’ve used your acute need for bottles as justification for buying more beer. All that’s left is to pick a …

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Make Your Best English IPA

English IPA versus American IPA English IPA was just…IPA. While it may be viewed as the older, boring uncle of the insane IPAs that now dominate most beer geeks’ minds, it’s still a phenomenal beer to make and drink. I know what you’re thinking: “Another IPA recipe???” But hang in there—I think you’ll enjoy this …

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Comrade Fresh Hops Superpower IPA Recipe

Denver Colorado’s Comrade Brewing’s wet-hops American IPA won a 2014 GABF silver medal. With loads of Pacific Northwest hops, it has huge pine and grapefruit hops aromas, with flavors of citrus and balanced bitterness with a light malt character. ALL-GRAIN OG: 1.066 FG: 1.011 IBUs: 100+ ABV: 7.5% MALT/GRAIN BILL 12 lb (5.4 kg) Pale …

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ESB: Additional Sturdy Bitter, or is it simply Particular

Additional sturdy, or particular, bitter (also called ESB) fashion beers are a enjoyable beer to drink and a comparatively easy one to make. While you hear an Englishman seek advice from a beer is a bitter, historically that is the fashion of beer they’re referring to. This fashion of beer has been round some time. …

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