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Old 06-26-2012, 12:47 AM   #1
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Has anyone tried this recipe? I've seen mixed reviews online and would love to hear from someone who brewed it. The sugar startles me, but doesn't scare me.....



8.5# two row
2# table sugar
3 oz c120
1 oz chinook at 60
.75 oz simcoe at 30
.50 oz casc at 10
.50 casc at 0
.75 oz cask dry hop
fat tire yeast
1.060 down to 1.009
mash at 149

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Old 06-26-2012, 12:53 AM   #2
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Did this come from Brew Your Own?

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Sugar isn't all that uncommon in IPAs - helps to dry it out quite a bit. Although, that does seem like a lot. I'm not a huge fan of New Belgium's Ranger IPA anyway - there are far better IPA recipes to brew.

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That just doesn't seem like enough late edition hops... I do like ranger, let us know how it turns out if you do brew it.

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Well, I think that you meant "oz" not "lbs"
Did you brew this from the couch on your porch?

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Each his own. Ranger is one of my favorite basic IPA's.

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Ranger is a palate wrecker. Blech.

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Each his own. Ranger is one of my favorite basic IPA's.
I agree!!
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I agree!!
I'm interested in the actual recipe for this reason but I've only just kegged a IIPA and have made 3 batches of some sort of IPA in a matter of months But I still wanna know
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I got the recipe from another post in homebrewtalk, and it stated it was from BYO. Ranger is my fav by far! Some comments state it's close, and others state it tastes like cider. I've made other recipes from BYO and had great success! I see no reason not to trust this one, other than the sugar.

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I got the recipe from another post in homebrewtalk, and it stated it was from BYO. Ranger is my fav by far! Some comments state it's close, and others state it tastes like cider. I've made other recipes from BYO and had great success! I see no reason not to trust this one, other than the sugar.
I guess I don't see the need for sugar. Its not an imperial. If dry is desired why not just mash nice and low?
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