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  1. G

    Help with Calculating Water Additions for NYC Water

    I've brewed a couple of times and I'd like to learn more about water/mineral adjustments for my next brew. I haven't sent a report out to get my water tested, but I'm using this 2017 NYC Water report (http://www.nyc.gov/html/dep/pdf/wsstate17.pdf) as a base guide to learn. I've read that the...
  2. Swamp Donkey

    Neipa with Wyeast 1968 ESB...Stuck fermentation?

    Hi all. I have only been brewing for a few months now and I have only been doing one gallon batches. For my 6th brew, I decided to try a NEIPA and wouldn't you know they were out of London III so I grabbed the 1968 ESB because I wanted to brew in short order. My brew went well and I treated my...
  3. K

    Imperial Yeast A38 Juice

    So I'm a fairly new homebrewer, using Imperial Yeast's A38 Juice for an NEIPA this weekend for the first time. I'm wondering if I should propagate a starter for it? My target post boil OG is 1.067. I appreciate any help!
  4. ca_baracus

    Yet Another NEIPA Recipe Critique

    I'm sure everyone is sick of these threads, but I just upgraded to being able to keg my homebrew, so I'm excited to give an NEIPA a shot. Any thoughts or suggestions would be awesome: 7 lbs 8.00 oz Brewers Malt 2-Row 2 lbs 10.00 oz Oats, Flaked 2 lbs 10.00 oz Carafoam 0.50 oz Columbus...
  5. Rik van den berg

    Am i maximizing the potential of these hops?

    I brewed a NE (or double) IPA that came out really good. This one was done with partial mash and extract and was the 4th beer i brewed. This was also the first beer i brewed with my own hop bill. I'd like to try this one again with my own all grain bill and using the lessons i learnt but because...
  6. S

    Julius Clone by Trinity Brewers

    Has anyone made this clone? Thoughts? It seems to be a different approach than what I'm used to seeing for NEIPAS. For reference: https://trinitybrewers.com/brews/ipa/julius-clone-treehouse-brewing-ipa/
  7. K

    trub in keg

    Hi guys, I brewed my first NEIPA two weeks ago and kegged yesterday. When I was transferring the beer I accidentally sucked up a nice amount of trub and hop particles (I'm guessing around a cup) and obviously when I poured me a glass it had a lot of hop particles and probably a nice amount of...
  8. H

    Please HELP with harsh bitterness/astringency/tongue drying issue.

    Hey all, Been consistently getting a rather harsh bitterness to pretty much all of my all grain batches, regardless of recipe. The sort that isn't all too detectable with friends but is a huge deal to the brewer. It is the main thing separating my beers from decent to great and it is KILLING...
  9. SouthPhillyBr3w3r

    (ANOTHER) NEIPA Question

    I currently have a NEIPA in my fermenter, bubbling happily. I added the first dry hop today, 48 hours after pitching yeast. I know double dry hopping is pretty standard procedure with these kinds of beers, and I was planning on doing the second dry hop once the beer has been transferred into the...
  10. SouthPhillyBr3w3r

    American IPA Best Birthday IPA

    This batch will be a birthday present for one of my closest friends. I would love to get some feedback. I am hoping to make a twist on a West Coast IPA. In addition to the usual citrus, floral, and pine, I want to have a very strong, fruity nose with hints of tropical. I am concerned I am...
  11. SouthPhillyBr3w3r

    Different Hop Varieties in the Mix (suggestions?)

    Up until now, I have used some pretty typical hop varieties in my beers. For my American ales: Cascade, Chinook, Centennial, and Citra. For my English beers: Fuggles and East Kent Golding. For my German/Belgian beers: Hallertau, Tettnanger, and Saaz. I am interested in trying out some...
  12. G

    Temp impact on flavor in NEIPA

    Hi Folks, New to the forum and first post so bear with me, it's lengthy. I've brewed about 4-5 NEIPA's recently with pretty good results for a very new brewer. There is really just one thing I've begun to notice about them, the flavor is very similar regardless of the hops I use! After reading...
  13. triethylborane

    Odd 13 Brewing n00b (noob) clone - NEIPA

    This is one of my favorites and I regularly stock it in my beer fridge. Availability can be spotty, though Odd 13 did expand their production facility and supply gaps seem to be occurring less frequently; regardless, I think a clone is in order. Odd 13's production brewmaster worked at...