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Thiol Precursors - Creating fruity hop flavors without hops!
By Nick McLawhorn

By Nick Mclawhorn, Nordeast Brewers Alliance Big fruit flavors from hops are extremely popular - but what if you could intensify that fruit forwardness without large doses of hops with vegetal matter, bitterness, or adding extra gravity points from fruit?   One way to approach...

Shaking up the Beer World - The Milkshake IPA

  Style Overview   Impression: An addition of lactose to a New England IPA amplifies all of the characteristics that originally set the haze craze in motion, creating a beer with an even juicier appearance, and a smooth and soft body that is the perfect backdrop...

IPA - The Origin of India Pale Ale, Part II
By Thom Tomlinson (Brewing Techniques)

By Thom Tomlinson (Brewing Techniques)   The previous installment, IPA and Empire, reviewed the invention of India Pale Ale and its early development as a style. In this issue, we discuss the resurgence of interest in traditional India Pale Ales, both in the United States and...

IPA - The Origin of India Pale Ales, Part I
By Thom Tomlinson (Brewing Techniques)

By Thom Tomlinson (Brewing Techniques)     In this first of two articles on India Pale Ale, Thom Tomlinson presents the history of the style’s invention and early development in 18th century Britain. In the next issue, Tomlinson reviews the evolution of...

There and Back Again, A Brut IPA Tale!
By Vito Delucchi

By Vito Delucchi     A Brewer’s Journey Through Several Brew Days, Enzymes, and Cities.     Brut IPA Style Overview   This hybrid IPA is the brainchild of Kim Sturdavant of Social Kitchen and Brewery in San Francisco,...

Brewing In Styles...American IPA
By David Brockington & Martin Lodahl (Brewing Techniques)

The Evolution and Contemporary Brewing of American IPA by David Brockington & Martin Lodahl (Brewing Techniques - Vol. 4, No.5) Never a shy style, India pale ale has elbowed its way into the consciousness of North American beer enthusiasts while evolving into a unique...

West Coast Amber - Father Of The Red IPA?
By Mikoli Weaver (Brewing Techniques)

In Support of West Coast Amber by Mikoli Weaver (Brewing Techniques - Vol. 4, No.3) Both reason and experience support the codification of West Coast Amber as a distinct style. Staff Commentary by Vito Delucchi This article was written in June...