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Old 03-01-2014, 08:03 PM   #1
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Default Wyeast 1450 in English IPA

I have some of this around and before i pitch it this afternoon, has anyone ever done this with bad results? My logic is that most of the esters will probably be masked by the 5 oz of hops and the 1450 still has a malty profile...

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10# mo
2# vienna
.5# carapils
.5# c60
60 target 1 oz
15 challenger 1 oz
15 goldings 1oz
0 goldings 2 oz

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Old 03-02-2014, 06:51 AM   #2
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I brew English styles all the time. I reckon your logic is pretty sound. Good luck with the brew.

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Wyeast says it accentuates the malt profile. Sounds good for an English IPA.

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I waited until today to brew this to see if i would get some feedback. I pitched it at 68-69 with the chamber set to 64.. ill update with hiw it turns out in a couple weeks.

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This brew came out good. Never had an english ipa before so i dont have anything to compare it to, but its tastes exactly how i expected given the recipe.

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