The Brut IPA is "one of the newest beer styles to hit the craft beer scene." It distinguishes itself with its dryness and "fresh, aromatic burst," which is created by the addition of Ahtanum hops, delivered at a later part of the making process. With an ABV of 6% and a color that is not too cloudy thanks to a special, amylase enzyme-powered stage of fermentation, the Brut IPA definitely has the potential to pique the interest of beer enthusiasts.
Recognizing the novelty of this beer style, the Brooklyn BrewShop creates a DIY Beer-Making Kit for the Brut IPA. Retailing at $48 USD, the product includes All-Grain Ingredient Mix, 3.8L Glass Fermenter, Glass Spirit-Filled Thermometer, Vinyl Tubing, Racking Cane & Tip, Chambered Airlock, and more.
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The Brooklyn BrewShop Drops a Brut IPA Kit for Brewing Enthusiasts
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