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Old 06-23-2010, 09:19 PM   #1
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Default IPA partial mash recipe help

I've been wanting to make a clone of Wachusett's Publick House LARRY IIPA. For those who haven't had it, it's a very citrus flavored and aroma type IIPA, with 7.5% ABV and 85 IBU. Quite possibly my favorite beer as of right now.

I already have 3oz of Centennials and 3oz of Amarillos that should be enough for the citrus flavor. I also have 2oz of Magnums, 2oz Williamettes, and 3oz Fuggles, but I doubt I'd use any of those except maybe the Magnums for boiling. So here's a possible recipe just for the hops, but I could use suggestions for any grains and malt extracts.

2oz Centennial (bittering)
2oz Amarillo (flavor)
1oz Amarillo (aroma)
1oz Centennial (aroma)

I could also try some dry hopping too with more Amarillo hops

Probably use some amber DME, as I made a great IPA with it last time (Muntons) but any sugegstions are great!

As for grains, I was thinking maybe a Crystal, or Dark Munich, but that's only because I've had experience with them before. A smoked malt would eb fun to try though. I'm pretty open to suggestions

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Old 06-24-2010, 07:18 PM   #2
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good place to start is always their website:
Amarillo, Chinook, Simcoe, Magnum, Centennial hops,
American Two Row, Crystal and Munich Malts.
A.B.V. 7.5% | 85 IBUs

I agree its a great beer, but I haven't had it recently enough to remember the color and taste to give too much of a guess, but if you want to use amber DME maybe something like this:
6lbs Amber DME
3lbs 2-row
0.75lb munich
0.25lb crystal
Since you got it, I'd bitter with magnum, and do late/dry hops with the amarillo and centennial

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actually, I think this may be a better route:
6lbs Light DME
3lbs 2-row
1.25lbs munich
0.25lb crystal
I think 3lbs of amber DME is roughly 4lbs 2-row, 0.75lbs munich, 0.25lbs crystal 60 if you want to swap that instead

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Old 05-05-2011, 03:50 AM   #4
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How'd this clone go? Did you find the recipe or figure it out? I've been looking all over the place and since it's local really haven't found anything.

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