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Batch Size (gallons)18
Efficiency81.5%
Recipe typeAll Grain
Style14B. American IPA
Original Gravity1.053
Final Gravity1.008
ABV5.91% (basic)   /   5.89% (advanced)       [what's this?]
IBU47
Color7 SRM
Boil Time80 min

YeastWyeast 1056 (American Ale)

Fermentables
NameAmtPctSRM
Pilsner (US)20 lbs63.2%1
Munich 10L (Briess)10 lbs31.6%7
Flaked Wheat1 lb3.2%2
Crystal 60 10 oz2%0

Hops
NameAmtTimeAlphaIBU
Northern Brewer Hop Pellets (Boil)3 oz800%30
Centennial (Boil)3 oz1510%10
Centennial (Boil)3 oz510%6
Centennial (Boil)3 oz010%0

DirectionsMASH: 20 MINUTES 148-147, RAISE TO 156 WITH ADDITIONAL INFUSIONS OVER THE NEXT 30 MINUTES THEN  DECOCT TO MASH OUT AT 168.

Fermentation
notes
SPLIT INTO 3 FERMENTERS.
PITCH AND HOLD AT 64 F FOR 2 DAYS.
RAISE TEMP 2 DEGREES PER DAY UP TO 70 F.
DAY 6 DRY HOP 0.5 OZ CENTENNIAL
DAY 8 DRY HOP 0.5 OZ CENTENNIAL
DAY 10 DRY HOP 0.5 OZ CENTENNIAL
DAY 12 TRANSFER, CHILL AND GELATIN.
DAY 14 TRANSFER AND CARB TO 2.5 VOL.

Tasting
notes
THE FERMENTER WITH TWICE THE DRY HOPS (3 OZ) WAS TOO PUNGENT AND OVER DONE.
THE 3 ADDITIONS OF 0.5 OZ EACH WAS BALANCED AND ENJOYABLE.

CreditsAIPA






This all grain American IPA homebrew recipe was submitted by DAVO.