I’ve been on a mission to break down each component of a Hazy IPA, NEIPA, whatever you want to call it by testing best practices and brewing batch after batch. So far I’ve brewed 8 different beers testing everything from water profiles to dry hopping schedules and obsessing over every little detail. Now that I’ve made my way through each of the ingredients in a Hazy IPA I think it’s time we find out if all this effort was worth it.
Now, let’s make some beer.
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Things I used in this brew:
October Design SL1: https://bit.ly/3xs7bWR
Anvil Crucible 7 gallon: https://bit.ly/3d5lRmY
Anvil Crucible 14 gallon: https://bit.ly/3aUxoml
Blichmann BrewEasy 10 gallon: http://bit.ly/375n4qi
Blichmann BrewEasy 5 gallon: http://bit.ly/3dhr2QX
Blichmann Oxygen Flow Regulator: https://bit.ly/34bLI7Y
2 Gallon Bucket (for grains): https://bit.ly/2yhWNXJ
Brewery Speaker: https://amzn.to/2EdqPOY
Blichmann RipTide Pump: https://bit.ly/2ZkWnLj
Quick Disconnects on the RipTide Pump (2): https://amzn.to/3ht1Sxe
Silicon Tubing: https://bit.ly/3bN8R14
Blichmann Therminator (Plate Chiller): https://bit.ly/3lYHLt5
Wort Quick Disconnects for the chiller: https://amzn.to/37kOoCa
Hose Quick Disconnects for the chiller: https://amzn.to/3jyujMa
1.5” Tri-clamp Sight Glass: https://amzn.to/3lemFq0
Field Notes: https://amzn.to/3jCh5OI
Toolbox (kettle stand): https://amzn.to/2Bwwhf0
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