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Old 04-25-2012, 12:58 AM   #1
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Default Help with hop schedule for BIPA/CDA...

I'm going to brew a CDA/BIPA this weekend. Normally, I am a big fan of the American C's, but am looking to experiment with some different varieties, and with a CDA/BIPA. The framework hop schedule is from Jamil's IPA in "Brewing Classic Styles".

Here's what I have:

.5 Simcoe/Centennial - FWH
1.5 oz Horizon - 90 minutes
.5 Centennial - 10 minutes
1 oz Cascade - 5 minutes
.5 oz Simcoe - 5 minutes
1 oz Amarillo/1 oz Simcoe - Hopback
1 oz Centennial/Simcoe - dry hop

Any tweaks or recs?

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Old 04-25-2012, 04:46 AM   #2
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Depending on the structure of the recipe, it sounds tasty. How much dark malt (and what type) are you using? Depending on that answer, the roast could overpower your hops.

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.75 lbs Carafa III
1 lb Crystal 80
.75 chocolate malt

Roasted malts are about 18% of the grain bill.

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Chocolate is an interesting choice; I added .5lbs to my last IBA and it's tasting pretty nice, but .75 might be a bit high. Is that Carafa III special or standard? The latter will give you a substantially roastier brew, closer to a hoppy stout.

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Special. I might cut the chocolate a little.

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I wouldnt cut the chocolate, id add a 1/4 lb roasted barley and double your hop back or 5 min addition

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