Date: May-June 2007

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Two IPA Recipes

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All the IPA recipes that are fit to print (but we couldn’t fit in the magazine!)


Red Car Brewing’s Two Rail Pale Ale

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If you are looking for a classic American pale ale with a Cascade, Willamette hop profile, here is a great recipe. While it is called a pale ale, this beer will really land you more in the red/amber category than pale.


How do you tame wild yeasts?

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Most brewers have heard horror stories about wild yeast and certain bacteria, like Lactobacillus and Pediococcus, setting up camp in a brewery and contaminating everything in sight. I think these stories originated


Extract vs all-grain brewing?

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This is a pretty heavy question because it hits to the foundation of homebrewing. The way I see it, homebrewing is about brewing your own beer. Mashing is certainly part of what almost every commercial brewer does, but there are a few commercial breweries that brew with extract. Some of these breweries have even won


Route 66 IPA

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Route 66 IPA (5 gallons/19 L, all-grain) OG = 1.068  FG = 1.017 IBU = 66  SRM = 11   ABV = 6.6% Ingredients10 lb. 12 oz. (4.9 kg) English 2-row malt 3.0 lbs. (1.4 kg) Munich malt (10 °L) 7.5 oz. (0.21 kg) crystal malt (40 °L) 4.5 oz. (0.13 kg) crystal malt (60


Groom Lake IPA

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Here’s an American IPA especially formulated by top BYO scientists for
stovetop extract brewers, not reverse engineered from an all-grain
recipe. Follow the instructions as closely as possible — especially with
regards to boil volume — for the best results.


Summer Recipes

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Looking for a few summer brewing ideas? Check out some bonus summer recipes from homebrew shops across the US.


Fermentability

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Your beer’s final gravity is determined by the fermentability of the wort and the action of the yeast. Find out how to control these factors in your homebrews.


Make Your Plastic Bucket Fantastic

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Leaky lids or shards from shattered glass? That’s not how we roll. Check out how we pimp a bucket to be a fizzabulous fermanizzle . . . uh, or something.


Selecting Hops: Tips from the Pros

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Two pros — Jeremy Marshall (Lagunitas) and Richard Norgrove, Jr. (Bear Republic) — hop to it and give our readers the low down on picking the right lupulin delivery vector.


Keeping It Cool

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Maintaining the correct temperature is important throughout the brewing process. Here, we present a “field guide” to temperatures on the cold side.


IPA: A Tale of Two Beer Styles

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Find out about two related hoppy beer styles — English-style India pale ales (IPAs) and American-style IPAs

 


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