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In the NEW IPA, Scott Janish scours through hundreds of academic studies, collecting and translating the relevant hop science into one easily digestible book. Through experiments, lab tests, discussions with researchers, and interviews with renowned and award-winning commercial brewers, the NEW IPA will get you to think differently about brewing processes and ingredient selection that define today’s hop-forward beers. It’s a must-have book for those that love to brew hoppy hazy beer and a scientific guide for those who want to push the limits of hop flavor and aroma!

Paperback, ebook,and audiobook now available on Amazon!

Now also available in iTunes and the Google Play Book Store!

 

A Case for Short And Cool Dry Hopping

A Case for Short And Cool Dry Hopping Using the latest hop science as a guide.W hen researching for a book I self-published in May of 2019 called The New IPA: A Scientific Guide to Hop Aroma and Flavor, I was struck how the collection of hop science was leading me to consider both shorter and cooler dry hopping than I was currently employing....

Rice Saison Lager

Saison Rice Lager  Saison fermented cool then re-fermented with lager yeast. W henever a brewery puts out something that appears to break the rules, I'm interested. I understand that style guildlines keep some sort of order, but they can keep people from experimenting or thinking outside the box. I've never wanted to be a brewing rule follower,...

Thiol Driver

Thiol Driver  Scientifically-driven Hoppy Lager Designed to Push Fruity Hop ThiolsO ne of the reasons I love grinding through academic brewing papers is because sometimes findings from multiple studies can come together and inspire something new for me to try. This happens organically as I go down rabbit holes on unrelated topics and start...

Guide to Coffee Beers

Guide to Coffee Beers  Experiments and Results of Different Methods to Infuse Beer with CoffeeC offee lovers (myself included) can look a little foolish when it comes to the morning brew routine. The process generally starts by weighing out the beans, setting the correct grind size, hitting the desired brewing water temperature, and even timing...

The New IPA: Scientific Guide to Hop Aroma and Flavor

During the summer of 2016, I decided I was going to do it. I was going to write a book. I didn't realize at the time it would take me over two years. I didn't know I would have to read nearly 1,000 papers on brewing. I didn't realize the project might inspire me to quit a desk job, open a brewery, and lose health insurance. I didn't know I'd...

2018 Barrel Drop

2018 Barrel Drop 15 gallons split three ways onto cherries and raspberries, dry hops, and pinot noir concentrate!I t's said that the two best days of a boat owners life is the day they buy their boat and the day they sell it. I'm a little ashamed to admit that's how I feel about my 15-gallon Dad's Hat Rye Whiskey (now sour) barrel at home. I got...

Book Update

Book Update The New IPA: Scientific Guide to Hop Aroma and Flavor ack in July 2016, I emailed Michael Tonsmeire, whom I knew casually at the time, to see if I could get together with him and get his advice on writing a book. I was thinking very seriously about taking the...

Concentrated: Vineyard Style NE DIPA

9% DIPA with White Grapes, Wine Yeast, and Wine-like Hops t's strange for me to have to name a beer, but this was one of the first official Sapwood Cellars beers brewed for a local event held last month in Maryland. But why stop at naming just a beer when you can attempt to...

Peaches and Quinoa Sour

Double Fruited with Two Seasons of Peaches ome recipes I brew are inspired by science and some beers inspire me to dig further into the science after they are brewed; this particular beer did both. The science of the recipe was inspired by research where early fruiting (like...

Vanilla Russian Imperial Stout

Rich and Boozy Winter Beer o be completely transparent, I don't entirely know what I'm doing here. I can only think of four beers I've made that have been over 20 SRM. Also, in recent memory, I can only count on one hand the number of Russian Imperial Stouts I've...

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The New IPA: Scientific Guide to Hop Aroma and Flavor

In the NEW IPA, Scott Janish scours through hundreds of academic studies, collecting and translating the relevant hop science into one easily digestible book. Through experiments, lab tests, discussions with researchers, and interviews with renowned and award-winning commercial brewers, the NEW IPA will get you to think differently about brewing processes and ingredient selection that define today's hop-forward beers. It's a must-have book for those that love to brew hoppy hazy beer and a scientific guide for those who want to push the limits of hop flavor and aroma!

Available in paperback, ebook, and audiobook on Amazon! Also available in iTunes and the Google Play Book Store!

 

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