In this episode John and Douglas speak with Stan Hieronymus about his latest projects, hop creep, bio transformation, the best ways to dry hop and why a 10 minute hop addition is unnecessary. Stan is the author of several homebrew books including Brewing Local, For the love of Hops, Brewing with Wheat and the beloved Brew Like a Monk. He also writes a beer industry blog called Appellation Beer.
We've also got a new segment from our very own Certified Cicerone, John Hagen. With his gentle, dulcet tones, he'll be diving into a specific style for each segment and offering a little history and some tips on brewing that style. This week he'll be covering the nearly extinct West Coast IPA.
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See What You Can Brew is a community oriented homebrewing podcast that will give you insights into the awesome things happening in the world of New York City Homebrewing! We’ll talk about what homebrewers are up to, different beer styles, brewing tips and troubleshooting, interviews with professional and amateur brewers, answers to listeners questions and witty banter from your favorite homebrew shop owners. See What You Can Brew is produced and recorded at Bitter & Esters, located at 700 Washington Ave. in world-famous Brooklyn, NY.