Here I demonstrate how easy it is to use fresh grains and hops, along with liquid malt extract, to make a Double IPA using a Brewer’s Best ingredient kit. The brewing method in this video is called “Partial Extract” because it used part malt extract derived from malted barley, and fresh grains that you add to the brew yourself. This combines the convenience of avoiding the Mash process, and the freshness of grains and hops. It’s sort of a combination between brewing with grains, and brewing with extract. It’s the best of both worlds IMO.
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