Archive for the ‘NEIPA’ Category

Batch 93: Love is the law, love under hops

I’m now trying to fill the fridge for the winter. We have the prospect of a Belgian Dubbel (previous batch), some very dark and spiced ale (coming soon to a beer blog near you), a Vienna Lager (also coming soon), and Sarah and I loved Batch 91 so much (my first attempt at a NEIPA), […]

Batch 91: Motueka NEIPA

Recipe Type: All GrainYeast: WLP066Yeast Starter: 0.5L starter on stir plate, pitched 2 days after startingBatch Size (Gallons): 5Original Gravity: 1.055Final Gravity: 1.008IBU: 20?Boiling Time (Minutes): 60Color: 3?Primary Fermentation (# of Days & Temp):Secondary Fermentation (# of Days & Temp): 9# Maris Otter1# flaked barley1# flaked oats whirlpool for 15 minutes (started at 180°)– 2oz Motueka– 2oz Citra after 15 minute whirlpool, it took […]

Batch 81: Ryan’s IPA

For the past few years, folks at the BPRU have organized a charity auction. Nothing too huge or outlandish, but we’ve raised a fair penny each year for a good cause. Last year and this year, I offered a case of home-brewed beer, brewed to order, and this year the prize was won by my […]

Batch 73/74: Pliny Two Ways

The experiment today: brew a Pliny Clone with a handful of hop substitutions, and split the batch between a standard fermentation (Batch 73, one carboy with San Diego Super/WLP090) and one as a NEIPA (Batch 74, in a carboy with London Fog Ale Yeast/WLP066). Based on the following Pliny recipe: Russian River Pliny the Elder […]