Ok, I’ve brewed the NB Chinook IPA twice. The first time as the Kit included in my NB Brewer’s Kit and again a couple months later because I liked it so much. I now have seven various five gallon brews and several one gallon batches behind me and I am planning to brew a Chinook IPA again soon. But I want to tweak the recipe a little to increase the ABV a point or two above the approximate 5% without a significant change in the taste of the beer.
Here is the Not So Simple Question - What is the best way to bump the ABV a couple points? Just add sugar? Add additional DME? How much should I add?