Neil Fisher and his team at WeldWerks developed this low-cal, low-carb, hazy session IPA using monk fruit concentrate to add body and sweetness for balance.
Time is a transformative ingredient in wood-aged beer. Neil Fisher of WeldWerks Brewing shares what he’s learned about making beers that stand up to extended aging.
Join WeldWerks Brewing Cofounder/Brewmaster Neil Fisher as he walks you through everything you need to know to brew one of the highest-acclaimed New England-Style IPAs available.
The right ingredients, added the right way, can be the difference between a successful pastry beer and a hot mess.
WeldWerks Founder/Brewmaster Neil Fisher takes you step-by-step through the adjuncts they use to brew variants of their 2017 GABF gold medal winning Medianoche stout, fruited sours, “pastry” stouts, and very popular New England-style India Pale Ales.
This imperial stout is designed by Weldwerks Brewing Co.'s Head Brewer, Neil Fisher, specifically for aging with roasted cacao nibs and vanilla beans to create a rich, decadent, and complex beer that features notes of bittersweet, dark, and milk chocolate.
WeldWerk’s award-winning Hefeweizen is risqué—it flirts with the line between traditional German-style weissbier and experimental American-style wheat beer.
New England–style IPA is a perfect example of how the whole can be greater than the sum of its parts. Neil Fisher, head brewer at WeldWerks Brewing Co. in Greeley, Colorado, shares some tips on brewing one.
Juicy Bits from WeldWerks Brewing Co. in Greeley, Colorado, is a New England–style IPA that has quickly garnered both regional and national attention for the brewery. Brewer Neil Fisher scaled this recipe to homebrew size.