In the shop we met one of the employees who is also a Home-brewer who suggested an IPA to us. Andrew asked him to put together a kit and give him the recipe. So, he measured out the grains, picked out a few varieties of hops, selected the dry malt, and wrote down the steps. The reason I call it the Mystery IPA is because we have no idea what it is.
Once we arrived home Andrew was very excited to start his next brew.
Brewing the hops, grains, and malt
Shaking the bucket & mixing it all up.
Measuring the alcohol content.
The Fermenting Stages: This is where the beer sits and waits while it ferments.
Now we must wait 3 weeks, but you can watch it bubble with us!