This time around I’m looking to do a 100% Brettanomyces IPA. In fact, the first 100% Brett beer I brew, so this should be interesting.Keep reading →
I recently brewed an IPA using only New Zealand and Australian hop varieties. I was shooting for a very light colored, clear, crisp, and fruity IPA to enjoy in the summer. Here’s a photo. I used a very simple grain bill consisting of 50/50 domestic 2-row and pilsener malts, and added a half pound of wheat to aid in head retention.
For hops, I used Waimea, Australian Summer and Nelson Saivan as follows:Keep reading →