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Old 12-19-2010, 03:10 PM   #1
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Default Help with leftover ingredients ipa

Hi I was hoping for some help with a recipe. I wanted to make an ipa today with all my leftover ingredients from previous batches. Here is what I have
8 oz crystal 60
8 oz Belgian candy sugar
6 lbs muntons light DME
2 oz torrified wheat
2 oz warrior hops
2 oz Amarillo hops
2 oz simcoe hops

yeast safale us-05

here's what I was thinking, open to all suggestions
steep the 8 oz of crystal 60 malt with 1 or 2 oz torrified wheat
add it to the 6 lbs dme and candy sugar and add
1/2 oz warrior 60 min

1/4oz Amarillo 30 min
1/4oz simcoe
1/4oz warrior

1/4oz Amarillo 15 min
1/4oz simcoe
1/4oz warrior

1/4oz Amarillo 0 min
1/4oz simcoe
1/4oz warrior

1/4oz Amarillo dry hop in secondary.
1/4oz simcoe
1/4oz warrior

Not sure if all the ingedients are are appropriate but I think should be ok
I have never added candy sugar or torrified wheat to an ipa but why not! Just call it my leftovers ipa

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Old 12-19-2010, 03:43 PM   #2
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What kind of candi sugar is it? If it's clear, then it'll be fine. If it's dark, the resultant flavors might clash.

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Old 12-19-2010, 03:51 PM   #3
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Torrified wheat needs to be mashed, or it will only contribute some haze.

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Old 12-19-2010, 04:33 PM   #4
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Yes it's light ( clear) candy sugar

I just had extra torrified wheat and thought it would add head retention. I thought it could just be steeped At 150 to accomplish that?

Otherwise does it sound ok? Any hop changes?

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Old 12-19-2010, 06:33 PM   #5
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You might want to loose the 30 min addition and do another late addition. Do you have any idea about how many ibus you are at? Also, you need a couple oz of two row to convert the wheat doing a partial mash.

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I'm not sure you get much from the warrior outside bittering. also i'd bump up the dry hop a bit. if it were me, i'd do something like this:

1oz warrior - 60
1oz simcoe - 30
1oz amarillo - 0
1oz simcoe - DH
1oz amarillo - DH

also are you doing full or partial boil? if partial, i'd probably go 2oz warrior at 60 to get enough ibu

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I'm not sure you get much from the warrior outside bittering. also i'd bump up the dry hop a bit. if it were me, i'd do something like this:

1oz warrior - 60
1oz simcoe - 30
1oz amarillo - 0
1oz simcoe - DH
1oz amarillo - DH
warrior is actually pretty good late in the boil, i'd add it at flameout
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