What type of metal is good to use?
Every homebrewer is faced with equipment choices, whether they make it themselves or buy it from a shop. That decision usually involves determining the best combination of cost, performance and anticipated maintenance for that item. There are brewers that live by the mantra, “simpler is better.” There are other brewers that live by, “cheaper is better.” And there are a few that unequivocally state, “only the best will do.” But which is which? How can you decide? First you need to have a basic knowledge of the available materials, and then you can apply the strengths and weaknesses of those materials to the requirements of the application.
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Belgian Tripel Play*
Nothing says springtime like the start of spring training! Start your spring off BIG with a Brewer’s Best® Belgian Tripel Play. This Belgian Tripel is spiced with premium belgian candi sugar, sweet orange peel and a splash of rose hips. Pairing this with our fresh spring salad recipe straight from Chef Mike’s cookbook is sure to be a homerun!
IBUs: 24 - 30
ABV: 8.5% - 9.0%
Download recipe here
Download spring salad recipe here
*To craft this recipe you will need a Brewer's Best® Belgian Tripel ingredient kit, a 1 oz. Brewer's Best® Sweet Orange Peel, 3 oz. package of Brewer's Best® Rose Hips and a 1 lb. Lactose.*