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Today’s topic: Learn how to check the alcohol in your beer The Kitchn’s Beer School: 20 lessons, 7 assignments to brew your first 1-gallon batch of beer. Sign up & see all the assignments! The Kitchn’s Beer School There’s one thing we haven’t talked very much about so far: the alcohol in your beer. Hop aromas and malt flavors are fantastic and all, but let’s be honest here — the buzz that we get from a good beer is also part of why we do this!
Aloha beer lovers. This IPA received the gold medal at the 2011 National Homebrew Competition. Of the 462 entries in the India Pale Ale category, Thor McCmmon took the gold medal back to his home island of Maui, Hawaii.Thor combines Columbus, Simcoe, Citra, Amarillo and Cascade hops to create the perfect island-style American IPA. Enjoy this IPA on your own beach, wherever that may be!
Opening a sealed package of hops from the homebrew store gives a blast of that fresh aroma that sometimes seems to be difficult to capture in a beer. The truth is, the simple technique of dry hopping is all it takes to bring out those wonderfully fresh citrus, pine and earthy aromas in your homebrew.
Citrusy, resiny, and bitter, the American Imperial IPA is an aggressive beer—and a rich one. This style grew out of the demand for hoppier beers at the start of the American craft beer revolution. As IPAs were brewed with more and more hops, the amount of grain needed to balance out the bitterness increased. The results were IPAs that were so extreme that they took on the moniker Imperial, which was previously reserved for only the biggest stouts. Here's how to brew one of your own.
A couple of folks had asked for my Grapefruit Sculpin IPA beer recipe, so I figured I would post it! If you brew it, please let me know how it turns out and if you have any suggestions, I would enjoy hearing from you. This is a 5.5 Gallon All Grain batch with an […]
Make Your Own Beer: 15 Great Homebrew Recipes To Try
One of the biggest challenges in homebrewing is finding recipes you trust, so we thought we'd give you a head start. Here are 15 Serious Eats-tested-and-approved recipes for homemade beer, from easy-for-beginners to more advanced projects.
We asked the members of the New York City Homebrewers Guild, one of the nation's oldest home-brew clubs, to share some of the recipes that have been successful in competitions. We got back 10 killer concoctions representing a wide variety of beer sty