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

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.

Jeff O’Neil Jun 4, 2019

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In this video tip,In this video tip, Jeff O’Neil of Industrial Arts Brewing Co. in New York’s Hudson Valley discusses yeast and dry hopping. Dry hopping early helps the fermentation process and helps make your hazy beer all the better. Press play and learn more from the brewer himself.

View the full video course on Brewing Industrial Arts Wrench IPA.

About the course:

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. This course includes more than 70 minutes of video and the recipes for Wrench IPA and Tools of the Trade Pale Ale.

After a career spent at the helm of other breweries, Jeff O’Neil opened his own in 2016 in New York’s Hudson Valley. Industrial Arts Brewing Co. is simple yet impressive, the culmination of a career in brewing that led to the opening of a brewer’s brewery. In this video course, Jeff takes you from grain to glass, brewing their most popular beer, Wrench IPA - this course covers:

  • The history of Industrial Arts
  • How Wrench was conceived
  • The visual story of Wrench
  • Mashing, boiling, and fermenting Wrench
  • Packaging Wrench
  • Support equipment to brew better beer
  • Selecting hops
  • and much more

This course also includes the recipes for Industrial Arts Wrench IPA and Industrial Arts Tools of the Trade Pale Ale.