Since any general “top breweries” list will inevitably be dominated by breweries who make IPAs, we asked our readers about their favorite beers and brewers in these eight specific styles.
This recipe uses wheat, flaked rice, and flaked oats. All hops are added after the boil for awesome aroma without the bitterness. He uses Galaxy, Citra, Hallertau Blanc, and Azacca for white-wine notes, gooseberry, tangerine, and guava.
We asked Monkish Brewing Cofounder Henry Nguyen for some advice when it comes to brewing quality, flavorful, and inventive IPAs. Here are five things he thinks you should know when it comes to brewing IPA.
If you brew with oats because you’ve accepted this as common knowledge but have never actually experimented with it yourself, then this recipe will be especially edifying.
Smart and effective hops pairing is a front-end, preproduction skill that every brewer should work to develop because pairing, blending, and mixing hops increases the odds of getting what you want out of your recipes and beers.
Certain hops play leading roles, but the supporting actors are just as important and often overlooked. Sean Buchan of Cerebral Brewing shares some of his favorites.
This New England–style IPA from Civil Society Brewing Co. got its start as a homebrew recipe by Cofounder Karl Volstad and has become the flagship IPA for the South Florida brewery.
An IPA festival in Portland, Oregon, aims to shed light on the importance of protecting salmon-rich waterways.
Editorial Director Jamie Bogner welcomes you to our annual IPA issue (on sale now) and shares the good news about the ever evolving style.