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Legendary Weapons IPA Recipe

Zach Gordon, head brewer for Brew Gentlemen (Braddock, Pennsylvania) shared this clone recipe of their Legendary Weapons New England–Style IPA, scaled to a homebew batch size.

Breakout Brewer: The Brew Gentlemen

Early adopters and brewers of the softer, juicier New England–style IPA, the “gentlemen brewers” at Brew Gentlemen in Braddock, Pennsylvania, live by kaizen, a manufacturing term for continuous improvement. And their IPAs and pale ales show it.

10 Pumpkin Beers We’d Drink All Year

We wouldn’t complain if these seasonal beers were available year-round.

Beercation: The Triangle, North Carolina

This region of North Carolina is a worthy, if not requisite, addition to your beercation bucket list.

Craft Brewers Bring Roggenbier Back

Many consider Roggenbier to be a lost art of a beer style. It has a grainy, spicy flavor that balances rich malt flavors with crisp hop character at its finish. That balance makes for a perfect food beer.

Breakout Brewer: Jester King Brewery

The addition of a stainless-steel coolship in 2013 has let Jester King Brewery explore the “living performance art” of 100 percent spontaneously fermented beers.

Brewers’ Perspectives: Mad for Mixed Fermentation

Brewing with sour- and funk-inducing “bugs” presents its own challenges, as brewers from Jester King Brewery, Two Roads Brewing Co., Almanac Beer Company, and more, explain.

Spiced Stouts: Sugar + Spice + Everything Nice

Three brewers share their thoughts on complementing the base beer with spices.

Brewers’ Perspectives: Cask Ale

Cask ales are all about balance, subtlety, and drinkability. Here, some of the best cask-ale brewers discuss how (and why) they produce cask ales.

Breakout Brewer: Wander Brewing

At Wander Brewing, the biggest focus is blazing a trail through beer and beer styles that interest and inspire them, from Belgian styles to rauchbiers to fruited kettle sours to barrel-aged saisons to coolship beers and, yes, even IPAs.