I'm making a simcoe pale ale. Using pro mash I came up with 95.4 IBU. Hop schedule: 1.5 ounce simcoe 60 min (11.9%), .5 simcoe 15 min, 1 ounce cascade 5 min. This seems nuts to me. Am I right? Or am I brewing a really bitter IPA? It's an Austin Homebrew Supply recipe.
10.25 lbs. 2-row
.5 lbs. munich
.5 lbs. cara pils.
estimated OG 1.058
this is my first ag following a recipe from someone else. well, I made a centennial blonde from this website, but other than that I use pro mash to make my recipes. Is the promash wrong, or am I in for some serious bitterness. I love the IPA, just not what I was planning on, and 95.4 IBU seems really high even for an IPA.