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Old 08-26-2006, 11:10 PM   #1
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Well here are two recipes I found.... Either one I'll need to get another cooler......

For a 6gal batch:

19lbs Pilsner Malt
1.75lbs Crystal 40L
.25lbs Flaked Barley
1tsp Irish Moss
1tsp Yeast Nutrient (!!!!)
Mounds of Amarillo, Simco, and Warrior whole hops (4oz Amarillo, 2oz Simco, 2oz Warrior--Try www.freshhops.com)

WLP006 or Wyeast 1099 Yeast

Mash in @122degs then raise to 149degs. Hold for 90mins. Mash out @ 168degs. Collect 7.25gals KG=1.078.

Total Boil time is 105mins. Boil for 15mins then start adding hops mix (8g Amarillo, 4g Simco, 4g Warrior) every 10mins. Add last hops 1min. SG=Knockoff, cool and transfer to carboy. Aerate/O2 heavy! Start ferementation @ 70degs and let raise to 74degs. Primary for 14days, trans to secondary for 30days, prime/keg, age (90+ days) and enjoy! Dry hopping (1oz Amarillo, 1/2oz Simco, 1/2 Warrior) is optional but adds nice aromas.

If you want to try something interesting split+section 2 vanilla beans into the secondary. Taste it over the next 4-8 days till the taste is agreeable then rack it over to another carboy off the beans. Adds a very interesting taste... I held mine for 7days before transfer.






Subject: Re: Dogfish IPA
Author: dWiGhT Mulcahy
Apr 21st, 2006
5:34 pm
Dug out my BYO with the clone recipe:

OG=1.088, FG=1.021, IBU=90, SRM=13, ABV=8.7%

16.5lbs Pilsner
1.66lbs Amber
16 AAU Amarillo (90-0 mins)
8 AAU Simcoe (90-0 mins)
8 AAU Warrior (90-0 mins)

1oz Amarillo (dry hop)
1/2oz Simco (dry hop)
1/2oz Warrior (dry hop)

Wyeast 1099
0.75cup corn sugar for priming

mash 122deg then raise to 149deg till complete conversion. Mash out @ 170degs.

The hopping suggests that you add hops the hops mixture (7g) every 7.5mins.

Start fermentation at 71degs and let raise to 74degs. Dray hop in secondary @ 71degs for 3-5 days then cool to 32degs.

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Old 08-27-2006, 03:11 AM   #2
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A recpie was linked in the General beer section where I mentioned about the beer...

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Dogfish Head 60 Minute Clone

8 oz. American Crystal 20°L
8½ lbs. Light LME
⅓ oz. Amarillo (10% AA, 50 minutes)
⅓ oz. Columbus (14% AA, 50 minutes)
⅓ oz. Warrior (15% AA, 50 minutes)
⅓ oz. Amarillo (10% AA, 40 minutes)
⅓ oz. Columbus (14% AA, 40 minutes)
⅓ oz. Warrior (15% AA, 40 minutes)
⅓ oz. Horizon (13% AA, 40 minutes)
⅓ oz. Amarillo (10% AA, 30 minutes)
⅓ oz. Columbus (14% AA, 30 minutes)
⅓ oz. Warrior (15% AA, 30 minutes)
⅓ oz. Horizon (13% AA, 30 minutes)
⅓ oz. Amarillo (10% AA, 15 minutes)
⅓ oz. Columbus (14% AA, 15 minutes)
⅓ oz. Warrior (15% AA, 15 minutes)
⅓ oz. Horizon (13% AA, 15 minutes)
⅓ oz. Amarillo (aroma)
⅓ oz. Columbus (aroma)
⅓ oz. Warrior (aroma)
1 pkg. Wyeast 1272 American Ale II

OG: 1.064
FG: 1.015
SRM: ~8
IBU: 67
ABV: 6.4%

Style: India Pale Ale
Type: Extract w/grain
Size: 5 gallons
Water: will probably use 1 tsp. gypsum
Steep: Grain in bag in brew kettle heated to just before boil over 30 minutes.
Boil: 2 gallons for 60 minutes to SG 1.161
Carbonation: Will prime with ¾ cup invert sugar at bottling

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What is the difference between LME (I'm assuming LME is Pale Malt) and Pilsner Malt?

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Old 08-31-2006, 03:00 PM   #3
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What is the difference between LME (I'm assuming LME is Pale Malt) and Pilsner Malt?
LME = Liquid Malt Extract. Can be L-LME, A-LME or D-LME

Light, Amber or Dark Liquid Malt Extract. As has I have discussed this on other brew forums, no one is quite sure what the ratios are to create the colors. I brew with Light LME and use the grains to color and flavor.
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Which Dogfish Head IPA is this referring to? The 60 minute? 90 minute? 120...hahaha...

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Good question (at the time I posted this thread I did not realize there were 3).... from the hop boil times, the second recipe in #1 looks to be IPA 90 and the recipe in #2 looks to be IPA 60. No clue what the fist recipe in #1 is, but it says the addition is every 10 minutes so perhaps it can be either one.

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The first two are Dogfish 90. If I was going to do it, I'd mash as much as I could and make up the difference with extra pale extract.

I mean, really, is this beer about malt? It's just an excuse to skip getting your teeth cleaned.

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Promash seems to come with a recipe for Victory Hop Devil IPA, which i greatly prefer over either the dogfish head 60 minute or 90 minute ipa. Just a personal preference, of course, but because I live in the general area of both breweries, I've had them several times at both locations, and I think Hop Devil wins hands down. If you can't find the recipe for it, let me know and I'll help you out, if anybody's interested.

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Going to look for Victory around here. Got a few places it might be at....

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That first recipe definitely looks like 90 Minute to me. To me, that beer is too sweet, so I'd knock the mash temp(s) down a little. Keep them high for the real thing, though!

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90 is very sweet-tasting to me...

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