||Personally I use cold pressed coffee that I then add to the beer after primary fermentation.
Source: Am HomeBrewer using recipes from a beer festival
Hope this helps :)
||That's awesome, and really smart too, because I'm now going to try their beers before I brew one of their recipes, so I can choose the one I like the best.
||Hahaha almost sounds like it is the best, and I are finally going to brew a lager in his honor!
This is my second time making a NEIPA, and I was super pumped when the initial under-carbed pull from the keg looked like Sunny Delight.
I bet your beer will be delicious and the charm of it being caged and corked will really impress a lot of people and tell them they have a very special beer in their hands.
||Let's say I made a typical lager gain bill/hop schedule, but used a clean ale yeast, like US05 or WLP090, then fermented it just like I would a lager.
||>I also assume those craft breweries chose to be bought out and were happy with the offers they received, which is good for brewers.
well good for the owners at least....
||wow loved those guys before but this is awesome
||| "most of all, enjoy [the recipes]"
|1|The freedom to study how the program works, and change it to make it do what you wish.
||I was going to joke about that giving me an idea, then I remembered the hop cigar I enjoyed a few weeks ago at a beer festival.