Shipwrecked Bones & Seasick Heart

We try to do everything we can to improve our beer here at Azvex and one good way to do that is to test things. We have been making small changes here and there to our hazy beers over the last 6 months or so and wanted to pull together a load of our findings. We are by no means finished on the quest for better beer, but we have hit a milestone where we couldn’t decide if a certain technique makes a beer better, worse or no difference at all and would love to hear your thoughts.

The Experiment

Shipwrecked Bones – 6.4% IPA with Citra, Mosaic & Amarillo

We brewed 2 identical IPAs – Shipwrecked Bones & Seasick Hearts with one single difference. This difference is something that we have done a few times over the last 6 months and can’t decide if it is better or not than our normal process.

To try and not skew the results I will keep the difference under wraps for now and update this blog later. Until then please let us know what you can perceive a difference, which one you prefer, if any and why!

We can be less cryptic than the Surf Maps/Jump Maps combo and tell you that it is a process change. All the ingredients and target measurements are the same.

Seasick Heart – 6.4% IPA with Citra, Mosaic & Amarillo


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I hope you enjoy drinking these as much as we did making them. Good luck guessing. Go go go!

Adam Henderson – Azvex Brewing Co.

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