Cold IPA is the latest IPA sub-style sweeping the nation (and beyond). It features a grain bill that includes adjuncts to dry out the finish and is often fermented warm with a lager yeast, making cold IPA the perfect style to showcase hops. A couple of pros, including the brewer who invented the style, share their advice and clone recipes.
A blinding sunlight-colored IPA, cool-fermented to showcase its clean balance of new Yakima hops and tropical New Zealand varieties. Juicy, tropical, citrus-lemon, mint, and a bit of dank. Chronokinetic is a sticky, time-altering journey to the hop nebula.
This particular cold IPA recipe is the only one Arbeiter dip hopped and the only one of around 6 or 7 variations on cold IPA they’ve brewed twice.
By combining the left side of the brain (mechanical and methodical approach) and right side (artistic expression) every homebrewer has the ability to create their own homebrew recipes. Embrace both sides and get to work designing your next beer.
Irish Dry Stout – Enhanced! (5 gallons/19 L, all-grain)OG = 1.042 FG = 1.010IBU = 41 SRM = 40 ABV = 4.2% No reason to reinvent the wheel, but maybe just give
Dark, roasted malts contribute color, flavor, head retention qualities, and other benefits. Learn how these malts are made, what types are available and the differences between them, and how to use these malts effectively in your homebrews.
When your homebrew is done fermenting, that doesn’t necessarily mean it is ready for packaging. Where legal, the next step may be distilling it into Bourbon. Get a crash course on home distillation from the author of How to Distill.
Yeast can make or break your recipe. A number of factors must be considered when choosing yeast, and then you need to provide the best conditions in order to get the best results.
Wheat Beer Two Ways – American Wheat Beer & German Weissbier (6 gallons/23 L, all-grain) OG = 1.051 FG = 1.011–1.1014IBU = 15 SRM = 4 ABV = 5.3% You’ll be brewing one batch
Get a better understanding of what makes up the malt you use by learning how to interpret a malt spec sheet.
Wort aeration is an important part of growing happy and healthy yeast in your fermenter. Aaron Hyde explains the how, what, why, and when of this technique.