Hybrid Lager New England Oat Session IPA

When you get rid of labels, amazing things can happen. The quote above is one I heard listening to a podcast a few months back and it stuck with me. Not only does it seem like a good quote for life in general, but I couldn’t help but to apply it to beer. I understand...

RVA Manchester Ale vs. London Ale III (NEIPAs)

London Ale III | RVA 132 Manchester It’s no secret that London Ale III (Wyeast 1318) has been a favorite among homebrewers for super juicy New England style IPAs. I can think of three possible reasons why the strain appears to work so well in these beers: Seemingly...

Hop Replacement Calculator

Hop Replacement Calculator Updated: 12/10/15 You might also find my Hop Oils Calculator helpful. About the Calculator How the calculator works There is no shortage of hop substitution recommendation charts online, so why create another one? I wanted to take a more...

What is the Most Neutral Hop?

I thought it would be interesting to look at the data I have for 60 hops from the 2014 hop crop to try to determine which hop is the most neutral. To do this I used only the hop oils information (B-Pinene, Linalool, Myrcene, Caryophyllene, etc.) ignoring the alpha and...
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