Statistically Formulated Award Winning American IPA Recipe

This recipe is formulated using data from analyzing the past 11 years of American IPA winners in the National Homebrew Competition (NHC). Specifics: BeerSmith File Type: All Grain Batch Size: 6.00 gal Boil Time: 83 min Original Gravity: 1.067 Final Gravity: 1.015 SRM:...

Analysis of the Past Decade of NHC American IPA Winners

Here is a statistically driven recipe formulated from the data in this post. Data: NHC and Here for 2014 Recipe Brewing Process Averages   87.7% – Kegged their winning IPA recipes (3 didn’t specify) This correlation could explain why so many are...

Dumping a Berliner Weisse

A 3rd runnings Berliner Weisse 5 months in a keg that is not completely sealed = nail polish remover. Hate dumping a sour beer, but not even keg hops can save this guy…Wait for...

State Rankings by the Need for Additional Homebrew Shops

How is the Homebrew Shop Need Index Calculated? Homebrew Shop Need Index = (21 and up population/number of homebrew shops *50) + (per capita consumption in beer in gallons * 15) + (Average Internet Search Interest *35) / the highest figure (to get an index of 1.0 and...

Top Homebrew Twitter Accounts

Who should you follow on Twitter for great homebrew content? Below is a list of the top twitter accounts based off a formula weighted towards followers and tweets. If I don’t have you included in the list or if I’ve left of somebody off that should be on,...

High Correlation Between Keg Hops and Hop Aroma Detectability

The main reason I go through the process of keeping a database of homebrew figures is to run analysis on the results and hopefully learn something from each batch. In this case, I’m looking at finding the correlation between the percentage of keg hops a batch...
Page 8 of 9« First...56789

RSS_icon   social_twitter_button_blue
facebook_circle_color-512