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    Top 10 Tips for a Super Hoppy IPA

    I've seen so many threads on here with issues with home brewers trying to commercial-level west-coast-style hop bombs I thought I would create this thread to post my tips and add others as people respond. NOTE: I do not claim to be the world's greatest brewer nor an expert on the techniques of...
  2. C

    Top 10 Tips for a Super Hoppy IPA

    I've seen so many threads on here with issues with home brewers trying to commercial-level west-coast-style hop bombs I thought I would create this thread to post my tips and add others as people respond. NOTE: I do not claim to be the world's greatest brewer nor an expert on the techniques of...
  3. J

    American IPA Imminent Rueage American IPA

    This is a pretty basic, Old School West Coast American IPA, inspired by the greats, like Humalupalicious. This beer hasn't been through any competitions but my wife and I love it, (my wife is very particular about beer so I feel that this beer was very successful!) Ca 72, Mg 11, Na 11, Cl 60...
  4. Havoc

    Calcium Chloride & Gypsum for IPA

    I started with 6.5g of distilled water, and added calcium chloride and calcium sulphate to adjust the water profile. I added 1 3/4tsp Gypsum and 1tsp of calcium chloride prior to the boil. I was hoping for a strong hop forward profile with a bit of sweetness (NEIPAish) but now as I wait for...
  5. zgja2

    A whole new breed of beer festival.

    Greetings! I wanted to give this community a heads up as I am sure many of you will be interested. I am producing a new beer festival that breaks the mold. The best home brewers from around the region serving their creations and competing for $10,000 in cash prizes (plus some other great stuff...
  6. N

    Water Adjustments Starting with RO/Distilled

    Hey everyone, I was previously using local well water to brew with, and had some great results, but our well yield has dropped significantly since my last couple brews, so I've been using RO water (without any additions) with just OK results. I'm interested in building up my brew water from...
  7. H

    Hop heads

    I am relatively new to brewing and would like to learn about brewing IPA's for my personal enjoyment. I would appreciate any input that could be offered in the way of your experiences, web sites for research, and recipes that you guys may have tried. I am a fan of the Dogfish head 90min...
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