• Brett IPA
  • 100% Brett IPA #2

    My first Brett IPA was a standard grain profile, but this one was a gallon pulled off from the Session IPA #2 after it was boiled and chilled. This had a large amount of wheat in it, which should enhance the horse taint Brett produces from the elevated clove and spice character from the wheat. Phenol and clove-like flavors occur more in beer made with certain grains like wheat and certain yeast strains. Brett loves enhancing funky horse dong from those phenols. […]

  • Brett IPA
  • 100% Brett IPA #1 (Humulus Terreux Dregs)

    I personally love what Brett brings to the table. I can’t get enough of that dirty barnyard horse taint. Outside sours/funky beers, I had yet to mess with it. I like IPAs. I like Brett. Let’s get this party started! From what I had gathered, 100% Brett IPAs can go all sorts of ways. Some strains of Brett have been known to produce wonderful sweaty horse taint phenols, yet others can produce fruity esters. These flavors can change depending on the strain and what carbohydrates are available. […]