For our 77th Session, our host is Justin Mann, who writes his eponymous Justin’s Brew Review. His topic is to question the popularity of craft beer’s fastest growing category: IPAs. Or as he puts it, “What’s the Big Deal About IPA?”
Today’s infographic is another one from Lug Wrench Brewing, this one showing Alpha Acid Ranges By Hop Variety, based on the info provided by HopUnion.
Today’s infographic shows Beer: The Four Ingredients, done as part of a series of posters by “The Bone Collector,” a 20 year old graphic designer from Brisbane, Australia.
Are Hops Addictive? I sure hope so. PopSci’s BeerSci series tackles that very question in an interesting article: Are Hops Addictive? So what’s the answer? I’m not telling, but don’t worry. The answer is a click away.
Today’s infographic comes from the homebrewing book Beer Craft: A Simple Guide to Making Great Beer, by William Bostwick and Jessi Rymill. Dwell magazine did a profile of the book, including this page with their Field Guide to Hops.
Today’s infographic comes from Charles Faram & Co., a UK hop merchant, showing the Family Tree of English Hop Varieties.
Today’s infographic is another word cloud, again created by Mash Sparge Boil, this time featuring hop varieties in a colorful cloud of hop green hues.
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