Posts Tagged by IPA
|January 17, 2011||Posted by 2nobledogs under Blck IPA, IPA, Recipes|
I call this beer “Cody’s BIPA”. It is a VERY hoppy, pitch black ale. It has a high abv estimated at 7.59. It has a strong hoppy bite to it as well as a roasted malt flavor of a stout.
|December 12, 2010||Posted by 2nobledogs under Food, Recipes|
Last week my wife Corinna grabbed a couple bottles of my black IPA to use in her beef stew. The black IPA can be described as a combination of a stout and a standard American IPA. It has a very strong taste and will thoroughly surprise your palette.
|November 7, 2010||Posted by 2nobledogs under Food, Uncategorized|
I have been toying with the idea of brewing an all grain beer for a while. For one reason or another I just couldn’t put all the hours together at one time to get it done. Well, I finally got a weekend with no Hokie football, no Redskin football, no traveling and no “honey do’s”. […]
|November 7, 2010||Posted by 2nobledogs under Uncategorized|
A trip to Blacksburg to visit friends and participate in the Blacksburg Brew Do. Home brew and craft beer all weekend.
|October 3, 2010||Posted by 2nobledogs under IPA, Va Tech|
The origins of the “India Pale Ale” dates back to the 18th century. English troops stationed in India were not able to get traditional English pale ales. Due to the long sea voyage and high temperatures these ales would spoil by the time they arrived in India