In this brewing video we’re making a Juicy New England IPA that’s going to be full of citrus, melon, and fruit flavors. This IPA is packed full of Willamette, Mosaic, El Dorado, Citra, and Centennial hops that are all added after the boil as whirlpool and dry hop additions in order to give this New England IPA amazing fruit flavors, but not too much bitterness. This recipe is guaranteed to be a success and something you’ll want to share with family, friends, or strangers at a party. We use pilsner malt as our base along with some high protein flaked adjuncts like oats and wheat that will help give our beer more haze which is an important part of the NEIPA style. The yeast we used for this beer is Imperial Yeast’s A38 strain. These yeast is perfect for New England IPAs because it compliments the fruity and juicy flavors from our hops. Stick around to the end to see us taste our NEIPA and see how it turns out. Follow along with this tutorial video and brew this recipe at home using the Clawhammer Supply BIAB system, we recommend you pair it with steak, hamburgers, french fries, a BLT, or wings. Check out the resources below for a full recipe, brewing equipment, and an educational article about the NEIPA style.

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