I want to attempt my first partial mash soon, so I have been working on some IIPA recipes. After a lot of research I came up with this one. The grain bill is pretty much the same as a blind pig recipe I found, just with more DME and 2-row, but I kept the percentages roughly the same.
Does that look legit? I am going for a high gravity west coast style IPA.
5 lb Light DME (39%)
5.5 lb 2-row Pale (43%)
0.5 lb Dextrin (4%)
0.5 lb Wheat Malt (4%)
1 lb Munich 10L (8%)
0.25 lb Crystal 120L (2%)
1 tablespoon Irish Moss
1.25 oz Columbus (pellets, 4%AA) (60 min)
½ oz Amarillo (pellets, 9%AA) (30 min)
1 oz Amarillo (pellets, 9%AA) (15 min)
¼ oz Columbus (pellets, 14%AA) (10 min)
½ oz Simcoe (pellets, 13%AA) (5 min)
Dry Hops (~7 days in secondary)
1 oz Amarillo (pellets, 9%AA)
½ oz Columbus (pellets, 4%AA)
½ oz Simcoe (pellets, 13%AA)
1 oz Centennial (pellets, 9%AA)
According to beer tools I am at ~81 IBUs and have an OG of 1.08 which puts me right inside the style range.