Hoppiness is an IPA

ABV: 8.10%

IBU: 64

SRM: 7

OG: 1.065 (15.9 °P)

FG: 1.012 (3.1 °P)

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For those in the "pursuit of hoppiness," you won't want to miss this one! With a nice variety of hops, this beer from Brewing Classic Styles by Jamil Zainasheff and John J. Palmer, is perfect for those who can't get enough of hops.

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For those in the "pursuit of hoppiness," you won't want to miss this one! With a nice variety of hops, this beer from Brewing Classic Styles by Jamil Zainasheff and John J. Palmer, is perfect for those who can't get enough of hops.

Ingredients:

  • 9.75 lbs (4.42 kg) Light LME
  • 0.5 lb (227 g) Munich LME
  • 1.0 Lb (0.45 kg) Crystal 15°L
  • 0.25 lb (113 g) Crystal 40°L
  • 1.0 oz (28 g) Horizon, 13% AA (60 min)
  • 1.0 oz (28 g) Centennial, 9% AA (10 min)
  • 1.0 oz (28 g) Simcoe, 12% AA (5 min)
  • 1.0 oz (28 g) Amarillo, 9% AA (0 min)
  • 2.5 Packets/Tubes White Labs WLP001 California ale yeast, Wyeast 1056 American Ale yeast, or Fermentis Safale US-05 or appropriate starter.

Specifications:

Yield: 6 gallons (23 L)

Original Gravity: 1.065 (15.9 °P)

Final Gravity: 1.012 (3.1 °P)

ABV: 8.10%

IBU: 64

SRM: 7

Boil Time: 60 mins

Directions:

Fermenting and Conditioning

Ferment at 67°F (19°C). After several weeks check the gravity to ensure fermentation has completed. Carbonate the beer to approximately 2 to 2.5 volumes of CO2.

*The recipe is intended to yield 6 gallons at the end of the boil. 5.5 gallons are assumed to be racked to the fermenter (accounting for 1/2 gallon loss). Final volume should be 5 gallons for bottling (accounting for 1/2 gallon loss).

All Grain Option

For all-grain, replace light extract with 12.75 lbs (5.78 kg) American Two-Row Malt. Replace the Munich extract with 0.75 lbs (340 g) Munich Malt (9°L). Mash at 149°F (65°C). With the low mash temperature, you may need to lengthen the rest time to 90 minutes to get full conversion.


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