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Video Tip: Brewing Adjunct Beers with Coconut

Learn about brewing with coconut from Neil Fisher, the head brewer and owner of WeldWerks Brewing in this video tip.

Video Tip: Sparging Hazy IPAs

Jeff O’Neil of Industrial Arts Brewing shows off his lauter tun and talks about the sparging process and how it helps make delicious hazy IPAs.

Video Tip: Picking the Right Kettle to Brew High Gravity Beers

Taylor Caron is here to talk about brewing high gravity beers and in this video tip talks about finding the right brew kettle for your homebrewing needs.

Video Tip: Canning A Hazy IPA

The brewers at Industrial Arts show off their canning line and talk about all the important steps that must be taken before packaging a hazy IPA.

Video Tip: Dry Hopping Session Versions of Heavier Beers

There are a few things to consider when dry hopping session versions of recipes that are usually heavier in strength.

Video Tip: Picking the Right Yeast and then Dry Hopping Your New England-Style IPA

Let's talk about the right yeast, and the right amount to use in your New England-style IPA. Then let's do some dry hopping. In this video tip Jeff O'Neil of Industrial Arts Brewing talks about what works in his brewery and why.

Video Tip: How Maltsters Work With Brewers

Dennis Nesel from Hudson Valley Malt shares information on how malting facilities work with breweries to ensure the best possible ingredient and final beer.

Video Tip: Determining Your Whirlpool Temperature when Brewing New England-style IPA

Jeff O’Neil of Industrial Arts Brewing Co. introduces us to his brewing equipment and talks about lessons he's learned when adding hops to wort, specifically when it comes to temperature.

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Full Video: Brewing Industrial Arts Wrench IPA

Industrial Arts Brewing Founder Jeff O’Neil takes you from grain to glass with their most popular beer, Wrench IPA.

Video Tip: Avoiding Over-Modified Malt

Dennis Nesel from Hudson Valley Malt talks about the process that is necessary in the germination process to avoid winding up with over-modified malt.