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Beer Tasting: Beringea IPA

The Beringea IPA has been on tap for about three weeks now, and has matured and clarified beautifully. Before it’s all gone, I figured I should do an official tasting! A few notes–it was dry-hopped at around 60 degrees for … Continue reading

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Beringea IPA Update

Tonight I transferred my Beringea IPA from the primary fermenter into the keg, where it will be dry-hopped for 14 days before carbonation begins. In a slight switch from original plans, I changed the final hops addition from Simcoe to … Continue reading

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Beringea IPA

Continuing to ramp up brewing for my kegging outfit, I would like a nice IPA on tap later this month. In addition to using up the end of my 50 pound bag of 2 row malt, I also wanted to … Continue reading

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