Every brewer has constraints they have to work with. Boundaries that seem to get in the way.
In Bounds Brewing is about brewing within those boundaries, but getting a product that seems impossible given the constraints. In Bounds Brewing is about figuring out how to make your constraints work for you. In Bounds Brewing is about finding new methods and procedures to be creative. In Bounds Brewing is about doing experiments to figure out what works and what doesn’t.
So what will you see on this blog?
- I’ll talk about splitting batches. One of my constraints is that I brew 10 gallon batches, but drinking 10 gallons of the same beer gets boring. So I split my batches into two batches to get different beers from the same batch.
- I’ll talk about certain methods like hopbacks, pitching microbes in a particular order, fermentation temperature control, different kinds of mashing and fermenting vessels and more.
- I’ll share every recipe I talk about on the blog. I’ll make sure to note the ones that are good and some tasting notes as well.
- I’ll mainly be sharing IPA, Saison, Lager, and Sour recipes because that’s what I brew most.
- I have a series of IPA experiments lined up. Most of these will be exploring the techniques and attributes common to the “New England” IPA or as I like to call it, Neo-East Coast IPA.
- I also have a series of experiments around fast souring and funky beer planned. I’ll be trying to produce the funkiest sour beer I can while going grain to glass in 30 days.
I can’t wait to get started. Join me as we brew In Bounds and make beer that is so much more.