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.
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.
We wouldn’t complain if these seasonal beers were available year-round.
This region of North Carolina is a worthy, if not requisite, addition to your beercation bucket list.
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.
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.
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.
Three brewers share their thoughts on complementing the base beer with spices.
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.
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.