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Old 08-17-2009, 06:44 PM   #1
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Default Stone IPA Clone Help

Hello - I am a huge fan of most of the Stone beers. I would like to make a clone of the standard IPA but need some assistance with my recipe.

Let me know what you think. I want to use the Columbus hop's somewhere in this as I believe this is what gives the Stone IPA that distinct taste.

Should I dry-hop with the Columbus?

1Lb. Crystal Malt 20L
7.25Lb. Pale LME
1Lb. Pale DME
0.5Lb. Malto-Dextrin (suggest anything different here?)

1 oz Chinook @60 minutes
2 oz Centennial @15 minutes (added with 1 tsp Irish Moss)
1 oz Cascade @1 minute
Columbus pellets – Dry Hop?

Wyeast 1056 American Ale

Dry hopped: 1/2 oz Columbus hops - 1 Week in secondary?

Lastly - I don't know how to determine what my gravity should be on this recipe - how do I determine this? Looking for 6.9ABV when done.

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Old 08-17-2009, 06:50 PM   #2
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Two recipes for it:

Stone IPA Recipe ::: Brew365 - Homebrewing Recipes and Articles

http://www.homebrewtalk.com/f36/stone-ipa-clone-comparison-you-pick-real-one-33213/

I made Ed's version, but used Columbus instead of Warrior. It was awesome. Good luck.



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Lastly - I don't know how to determine what my gravity should be on this recipe - how do I determine this? Looking for 6.9ABV when done.
Put the recipe in here: TastyBrew.com | Recipe Calculation
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Outstanding...so Ed's version is from AHS and is an AG recipe. If my calcs are correct, I just need to slim down the pale with some LME. So my new recipe looks like this.

7.25# Pale LME
1# Pale
1# Munich
1# Crystal 20L

1 oz. Columbus 60 minutes (slight deviation from Ed's AHS Version)
1 oz. Centennial 15 minutes
1 oz. Centennial 5 minutes

Dry Yeast - Safale US-05

Dry Hop - Dry Hop with 1 oz. Centennial.

Oh...also, when I went to AHS to order the extract kit it came to $75 with shipping and a second yeast. $75 seems a bit steep to me for some extracts and grains. If my extract conversion is correct, I will pay around $55 shipped. I don't understand where the extra $20 goes?

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Hey BrewFrisco, do you have beersmith? I could upload the file for you from the recipe in BYO. It turns out fantastic. Took 2nd place out of 51 beers.

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Unfortunately, I do not have BeerSmith - is this a must have for the weekend warrior brewer? I would love the recipe - can you export a report of some sort?

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give me a sec, though i would highly recommend the program.

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Here ya go. I've heard many people say to use WLP007 Dry English Ale instead of WLP002. I brewed this and forgot to up my efficiency giving me a OG of 1.092. WLP002 took it down to 1.011. If/when I do it again I will use WLP007.

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Awesome! This one looks like what I am after.....great extract brew (bill of material) and instructions! I will post up my results - brew set for this weekend.

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Glad I could help. Good luck!



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