I ask because I have a pitch of Ardennes yeast ready and I'm not sure what to do with it. I was considering a pale but I may give this a go. Roughly how many IBU's do you shoot for in this "style"? Would just Centennial work? That's what I have the most of although I do have a bit of Citra and Amarillo. Maybe some Cascade in the fridge somewhere too but I know I've got lots of Centennial.it's my go to yeast for Belgo/American IPA.Denny, can you explain to me what a Belgo/American IPA is?
It's an IPA made with Belgian yeast an American hops. I use pils malt, a bit of 20L crystal and no sugar.
How's this sound?
9 lbs Pils malt
0.5 lbs C 15 (no 20 on hand)
1.5 oz Centennial at 60
1 oz Centennial at 15
1 oz Centennial at flameout.
I shoot for the same specs as my regular AIPA. Mid 70s for both gravity and IBU.
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