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AmandaK:

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--- Quote from: hopfenundmalz on March 24, 2013, 06:29:07 PM ---Session IPAs a sin? Since when?

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That's what I wanted to know... I love me some session IPA's.

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I'm 2 batches into trying to find the perfect Session IPA recipe. Call me a sinner, I guess!  ;D

blatz:

--- Quote from: hmbrewing on March 24, 2013, 09:11:57 AM --- 6 ounces TOTAL including the dry hopping!
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you might be just fine. that isn't really that much. I regularly use a # per 10gallons of IPA, and 10-12ounces for an APA.  As long as they were spread out throughout the boil, you may have stumbled upon something stellar!

majorvices:
Thought all good IPAs were session beers. What's really good (and bad) is when your 1.085 IIPA drinks like a session beer. ;)

blatz:

--- Quote from: AmandaK on March 25, 2013, 05:06:30 AM ---I'm 2 batches into trying to find the perfect Session IPA recipe. Call me a sinner, I guess!  ;D

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FYI - kelsey mcnair's west coast bitter has gotten rave reviews - its in my soon-to-brew folder.

HoosierBrew:
Sounds good to me.  When I started AG brewing many years ago, it took a few batches to dial in my system, so a couple 1.065 - 1.070 IPAs ended up as Session IPAs back in the day. I guess it falls under the "Brewing Mistake That Turned Out Great " heading.  Session IPAs rock!

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