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English IPA

I’ve done soooo many American-style IPAs (especially tending towards the citrusy/fruity variety) that I’ve lost sight of what else an IPA can be. I wanted to get back to the style’s roots roots, with an English-style recipe. Creatively, I decided … Continue reading

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Beer Tasting: Cerveza de Jamaica

I kegged this batch on 12 May 2018. It has been on tap for awhile now, and I’ve really been enjoying it. Better do a tasting before it’s all gone. Cerveza de Jamaica The Basics 1.048 s.g., 1.011 f.g., 4.8% … Continue reading

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Beer Tasting: Try Again Bohemian Pilsner

My recent version of a Bohemian pilsner has been on tap for a few weeks, and is at its peak for enjoyment. Today, I did a head-to-head with the classic flagship for the style, Pilsner Urquell. Try Again Bohemian Pilsner … Continue reading

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Evaluating my first hard cider

A few weeks back, I wrote about my first attempt at a cider. The recipe was dead simple (in fact, I called it Dead Simple Hard Cider), and the whole thing had fermented out in around two weeks. It clocked … Continue reading

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Beer Tasting: Session Stout

I’ve had this beer on tap for about a month; it has been really enjoyable! Session Stout The Basics 1.042 s.g., 1.012 f.g., 3.9% abv, 31 IBU, 42 SRM  Appearance Clear, black beer, with a fine tan head that is … Continue reading

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