There are few craft beers as iconic as Bell’s Two Hearted Ale. That makes it as good a homebrew cloning challenge as any. Here’s how I fared.
For my 100th brew, I tackled a style I’d always been a little afraid of, worked on my patience, and found that there’s always more to learn in this hobby.
A New England Double IPA made with coconut breakfast cereal? I mean… why not?
My first attempt at a hazy pale ale: using unmalted wheat, London III yeast, and Sabro and Mosaic hops in ridiculous quantities.
What if I told you that you could ferment a delicious IPA at 95 degrees Fahrenheit and take it grain to glass in just six days?
Can you brew a great New England IPA using only DME, whirlpool and dry hops, and dry yeast? And oh yeah, can you do so while skipping the boil? Yes you can.