Steven McConnell offers tips on adding adjuncts to the recipe for your New England–Style IPA.
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You can add adjuncts to your New England–Style IPA to aid in creating the color and natural haze that these beers are known for. In this Tip of the Week, Steven McConnell outlines what white wheat, flaked oats, and Crystal 60 will add to the beer.
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