“We knew we wanted to try to make a honey DIPA because of the thiol boost, so we designed it to be as much of a ‘hazy DIPA’ as possible.”
A spectacular double IPA that fuses all the exciting flavors of modern hops in a way that does not focus on any one particular aroma, but rather the symphony of tropical fruits, citrus, pine, and wood.
Hazy beers are all the craze. Brew Your Own Magazine’s Technical Editor Ashton Lewis walks through his favorite tips for brewing hazy beers.
Drekker Brewing Co.’s Hyper Scream clone (5 gallons/19 L, all-grain)OG = 1.076 FG = 1.013 IBU = 25 SRM = 6 ABV = 8.4% This imperial New England-style IPA has a silky mouthfeel
Perpetually Unimpressed is a double dry hopped, unfiltered double IPA whose flavors focus on one of the Head Brewer’s favorite hops: Nelson Sauvin from New Zealand.
Starting with six different hop varieties added to the brew kettle and culminating with a massive dry hop addition of Simcoe® hops, Bell’s Hopslam Ale possesses the most complex hopping schedule in the Bell’s repertoire.
A big honker of a DIPA with strong orange/grapefruit, character of Centennial hops coming out in this classic West-Coast style DIPA.
West-coast IPAs are known for two things, huge hop character and a dry finish. Here is an extract-based recipe for those looking to create a big west-coast IPA without the hassle of an all-grain brewday. Pacific Brewing Co. may no longer be brewing beer, but the legacy of Megalodon lives on.
Simcoe®/Amarillo® is one of the great hop combos in modern craft brewing. Homebrewer Matt Guazza supplies BYO with an imperial IPA recipe with a nice malt backbone to compliment this hop pairing.
According to Lompoc Brewing Co.’s website, C-Sons Greetings Ale features “A deep copper colored ale brewed and dry-hopped with all seven “C” hops for a piney, citrusy, floral and resinous aroma. Offers a full hop flavor with a rich caramel malt finish and an endless developing hop presence.”
Dean Mochizuki, Assistant Head Brewer at Pike Brewing Co. in Seattle, Washington, provides BYO magazine with a recipe for his Double Trouble Double IPA, a favorite recipe of his. Columbus and Amarillo® hops are featured in this brew.