IMPERIAL PILSNER.

March 23, 2020 homebrewingadmin 0

This Beer was brewed for the opening of first BrewDog (Firenze) bar in Italy. A mega-hoppy Imperial Pilsner, with toasty malt complexity and tropical New World hops. […]

SINGLE HOP INDIA PALE ALE

January 7, 2019 homebrewingadmin 2

Known for it’s herbal and fruity characteristics, brings light woodsy notes, floral hints, and delicate green tea, alongside more recognisable citrus notes. Hop also yields great […]

DRY-HOPPED PORTER.

November 9, 2018 homebrewingadmin 2

An avalanche of cross-continental hop varieties give this porter a complex spicy, resinous and citrusy aroma, with a huge malt bill providing a complex roasty […]

Hop Varieties – Admiral.

November 7, 2018 homebrewingadmin 2

Admiral is an excellent mid-season hops variety derived from grandparent Challenger and likely parent, Northdown. Its exact lineage is unclear. Hailing from Wye College, England it was released […]

Lager.

November 2, 2018 homebrewingadmin 3

BREWER’S TIP When the fermentation is nearly complete, allow the temperature of the beer to rise. This will scrub some of the undesirable flavours out. […]