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Farmhouse IPA

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Batch Size (gallons)5.5
Recipe typeAll Grain
Style14B. American IPA
Original Gravity1.065
Final Gravity1.007
ABV7.61% (basic)   /   7.62% (advanced)       [what's this?]
Color9.5 SRM
Boil Time90 min


Pale 2-Row11 lbs 8 oz81.8%1.8
Vienna Malt1 lb7.1%3.5
Wheat Malt, Bel1 lb7.1%2
Corn Sugar (Dextrose) 5 oz2.2%0
Aromatic Malt 4 oz1.8%26

Warrior (Boil)1 oz9015%60
Willamette (Boil)1 oz305.5%12
Cascade (Boil).5 oz155.5%6
Willamette (Boil).5 oz155.5%4
Willamette (Steep/whirlpool).5 oz05.5%0
Citra (Steep/whirlpool)1 oz012%0
Cascade (Dry Hop)2 oz35.5%0
Citra (Dry Hop)2 oz312%0

DirectionsThis follows the exact hopping schedule from Flying Dog's Wildemann (scaled down to homebrew, of course.) If you prefer, FWH and throw the rest in as a hop stand, but it is faithfully reproduced from their method here and it tastes delicious. Grain bill is my IPA grain bill, substitute your own or use mine (it's a little strange but very good.) Mash low, I like 152F for this recipe though as low as 148 will work well. Truthfully, Belle Saison or WY3711 will finish low no matter your mash temp.

This turns out nicely just fermenting at ambient. I'm mostly writing this recipe for my own records so I'll just say to use the normal Belgian temp profile.


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