About Topped With Hops Double IPA
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“Based off of one of the most exceptional east coast beers (in our humble opinion) on the market, this double IPA instantly became one of our favorite ingredient kits! Our version of a Heady Topper clone recipe is packed with almost a pound of hops, and is definitely a beer that will have hopheads in hopheaven.
One of the first things we noticed when pouring this beer into the pint glass was the aroma. With a dry hop addition consisting of Amarillo, Apollo, Centennial, Columbus, and Simcoe, we weren’t necessarily surprised. Impressed is more like it. A balanced malt profile helps to tame the bitterness, allowing the hop flavor and aroma to be the true star in this recipe.
If you’re a fan of IPAs, double IPAs, or anything having to do with hops, this is one beer you need to brew!”
About Pompous Ass Ale
“Big, bold, and full of flavor. This rendition of one of the most egotistical beers in America is not for the light-beer lover. In fact, if you prefer a beer that looks and tastes more like water, we recommend you leave this page immediately. Your feelings might get hurt just reading about it…
Our Arrogant Bastard clone is easily one of the most complex recipe kits that we offer. The clean bitterness from Magnum hops allows the rich flavors of Aromatic, Special B, and Caramel Munich malts to control your taste buds. The aromatics of Chinook hops blend perfectly with these malts, creating an intense combination of confusion and satisfaction at the same time. After your first sip, if you’re thinking “Whoa. That was interesting, intense, & delicious!” you know you brewed it right!
If you’re looking to take it a step further, try aging it in secondary with our American Oak BeerStix for a couple months!”
About I Heart IPA
“An amazing IPA derived from one of our favorites, the I Heart IPA is a true Centennial hop bomb! Using Centennial as the bittering, aroma, and dry hop additions gives you a true understanding of how incredible and universal this hop can be.
Light in color and body, the malt character hides a little, allowing the burst of Centennial flavor and aroma shine. Our clone recipe has a slightly lower original gravity than the original. Coming in at right around 6% ABV, this isn’t one of those IPAs that will make you shy away from a second!”
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