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Recipe: Giant Peachtree Double IPA

Remember double IPAs before they went all soft and hazy on us? This is one of those—bright and bitter, with plenty of oomph.

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I Got Your Six: Brewing to Support Veterans

In northern Michigan near the shores of Lake Huron, an active-duty airman moonlights as a pro brewer at Alcona Brew Haus. They’re releasing a special beer to support veterans of Iraq and Afghanistan—and you can brew it, too.

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Video Tip: Creating Barrel-Aged & Blended Cocktail-Inspired Beers

From idea to grain to glass, Firestone Walker’s Eric Ponce underscores the creative potential of barrel-aging and blending by walking us through the development of Mezca-Limón, a strong ale inspired by mezcalita cocktails.

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Recipe: Burial Our Hearts of Ruin

North Carolina’s Burial Beer calls this recipe a “mash-up of delightful keller-pils with dank West Coast IPA.”

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Embrace Hoppy Lager (By Whatever Name)

An American beer scene still dominated by IPA is enjoying a renaissance of small-scale lager brewing—the ground is fertile for combining the best of both. We don’t care what you call it—IPL, cold IPA, hoppy pilsner, whatever—as long as we get to drink it.

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