double ipa blend

Release of Double IPA blend – 8.1% DIPA

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Our Latest release is a double IPA at 8.1% abv. This beer was brewed with our usual malt blend, heavy on oats and wheat. The high gravity was supplemented by a saaz bittering, not over hopping, but allowing for aromas to jump out. The beer had a whopping 80 kgs in dry hop of amarillo, citra, nelson and chinook The beer was blended back at...
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Tap Takeover – La Binouze – Paris Beer Week

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La Binouze is home to the Parisian beer hunters surrounding the north east region near the famous landmark Sacre Coeur. Lines Tom Newman delivered an introduction to the Lines blending system using the line grids, then presented the best of the beers on offer in France. The crowd loved the juicy New England session IPA named 'New Zealand New England' and gave favour to all on...
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We Brought Beer MTB – ‘Double Barrel’ French oak brett blend launch

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This Wednesday saw Tom return to Webroughtbeer for another fun evening of bad language and beer releases, to what was a fantastic crowd. Aside from educating Londoners about the Lines Eco Farm othos Tom talked in detail about recent and past 9 months of beer releases. The beers tasted: Line A – Extra Pale Oats on Delta Resin Line A – New England New Zealand – New England...
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Beer releases….Barrels, Blends and lactobacillus

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We have been working on various barrel projects over the past 6 months, including various wood and sour blends. We will also be soon making an announcement on a line D (wood) fruit series. Our latest beer release LINE CD -'Double barrel farm sour' is a 6 month barrel aged saison, one with brett b and the other with a wild harvested yeast from Wales. The...
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Up and Beyond – The van of wisdom

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After spending a week in the brewery spraying and painting the walls with our flowing lines, Kef moved over to the van. This van is a converted 1980's BT van, that used to lay underground cables (not fibre optic!). After a spray job to turn it from BT yellow to black, Kef (our graff artist from Berlin) finished off with his lines of wisdom... What...
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Collaboration 3 – Weisse Line Rubarb sour (Wiper and True)

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We brewed the beer together over a four day period at the end of July. We adopted the traditional kettle-souring methods by inoculating wort with lactobacillus. Lactobacillus is a culture of bacteria found in live yoghurts, sourdough breads and pickles like sauerkraut.  We encouraged the growth of the bacteria which gently soured the wort, before we boiled it all up and blended it with fresh Yorkshire rhubarb...