What is a HopRocket?

The HopRocket™ is an incredibly innovative hop infusing tool packed with world-class features! It can be used as a hopback, but it also doubles as an inline hop infuser (Randalizer) for your beer-dispensing system and, better yet, it triples as an inline filter*!

What is a hop back Grant?

A Hop Back – also known as a wort grant or hot wort grant – is a device and process used to add degrees of hoppy aroma and flavor to the beer.

How do you make a hop back?

Place the sink strainer upside down at the bottom of the hopback over the outlet pipe. Put 1 to 3 ounces (28–85 g) of hops into the hopback. Slowly fill the hopback with wort from the kettle (don’t start the pump yet). When the hopback is almost full, close the lid and seal it.

What is a hop torpedo?

The hop torpedo or gun is one of the popular options. It is a separate piece of equipment that the hops are placed in, it is purged with co2 and pressurized before the beer is then run through the torpedo. They extract the oils and provide standardized dry hopping in less time.

What is a wort grant?

A Grant is a small wort collection vessel, open to the air, placed between the lautering vessel and the wort kettle.

How do you hop a stand?

The easiest way to perform a hop stand is to allow your wort to cool for as long as you want your hop stand to last (before cooling it to fermentation temperatures with a wort chiller or in an ice bath) but if you are specifically looking for a consistent hop stand temperature around 200 °F (93 °C) to add bitterness …

How do you filter hops?

7 Ways to Filter Your Hops

  1. Mesh Strainer. On our first brew day, many of us frantically grabbed one of these from the kitchen cabinet to catch all the sludge that was pouring into our beer.
  2. Hop Bag.
  3. Hop Filter Bag Using a Paint Strainer.
  4. Chore-Boy Copper Scrubber.
  5. Hop Stopper.
  6. Bazooka Screen.
  7. False Bottom.

What is the highest IBU beer?

Dogfish Head claims that Hoo Lawd is the highest IBU beer ever made that has been independently lab tested—most of the other IBU numbers below are based on in-house calculations. Like with Scoville Units, most brewers just estimate a number, usually well above what is technically thought to be even possible.

Is Sierra Nevada an IPA?

India Pale Ales Today, Sierra Nevada IPAs represent a constant hop exploration, and the lineup includes double IPAs, imperial IPAs, and more.

How does a Randall work?

At its core, a Randall is an inline flavor-infuser for a draft beer system. It’s a chamber located between a keg and a faucet, that can be filled with any number of ingredients. As the beer passes through, the alcohol pulls in flavor compounds from the added ingredient(s), giving your beer a special essence.