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Old 10-07-2008, 06:27 PM   #1
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Hi all,

Did a search, which is tough when it won't let you serach for "120", and didn't find anything.

Anyway, has anyone come accross a partial mash recipe for 120 minute IPA? I'd love to give it a shot, especially at a quarter/third the price of what the real deal is retail.

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it's on here somewhere - it's the craziest recipe I've ever seen...

hopping for 120 consecutive minutes (well, every three minutes); adding more dextrose every day during fermentation; etc...

edit: here ya go:

Homebrew Chef: 120 Minute IPA Clone Recipe



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Old 10-07-2008, 06:40 PM   #3
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HOLY HE!L that is 1 he!L of a brew schedual. Sounds like you would tie up a fermenter for awhile.
I havent had 1 of these but I think I am going to try and find one and give it a try.
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Thanks guys, I'll give it a read!

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22lb of corn sugar in that?? Wow...

There is a good article in BYO about brewing a 21% ABV all-grain beer. Even if you're not brewing AG you can still get some good info about the actual fermentation.
http://www.byo.com/feature/1556.html

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I emailed Andrew at Dogfish Head and asked for any clues he could give...120 is a tight lipped secret.

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22 lbs of corn sugar? That's crazy!

I'd do that hop schedule just for fun. Talk about mad scientist measuring 40 dixie cups of hops!

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why not just use one dixie cup 40 times? this recipe is out of control!

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For a 5 gallon batch:

Take 20 lbs LME
Mix in grain alcohol till you arrive at 22% alcohol
Make a hop tea of 1lb of each of the following: Simcoe, Warrior, Amarillo. Add to alcohol malt syrup.
Chill and enjoy!

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For a 5 gallon batch:

Take 20 lbs LME
Mix in grain alcohol till you arrive at 22% alcohol
Make a hop tea of 1lb of each of the following: Simcoe, Centennial, Amarillo. Add to alcohol malt syrup.
Chill and enjoy!
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