Partial Mash Yeast:
Safale-US 05 (The dry 1056) Yeast Starter:
No Additional Yeast or Yeast Starter:
No Batch Size (Gallons):
5.9 Original Gravity:
1.068 Final Gravity:
55 Boiling Time (Minutes):
10 SRM Primary Fermentation (# of Days & Temp):
7 Days 67F Secondary Fermentation (# of Days & Temp):
14 Days 67F
7 C's IPA, pretty straightforward, 7 'C' hops! A buddy and I split the batch, we wanted moderate to moderate-high bitterness, high hop flavor and a nice high hop aroma and a good punch to the beer to stand up to the hops.
This recipe is a partial mash with late extract addition and a smaller boil volume (3.5 gallons) so adjust your hopping accordingly!
4.0 lb Vienna 4.0L 35 ppg
1.0 lb Munich 8.0L 35 ppg
1.0 lb Crystal 40L 35 ppg
1.2 qts/lb of water and mash at 154F for 60 mins. Batch sparge with 170F water.
0.75 oz. Chinook Pellets 12.0%AA - 60 min
0.75 oz. Challenger Pellets 7.0%AA - 60min
0.75 oz. Cascade Pellets 5.8%AA - 60 min
0.34 oz. Columbus Pellets 14.8%AA - 25 min
0.34 oz. Crystal Pellets 5.1%AA - 25 min
0.33 oz. Columbus Pellets 14.8%AA - 20 min
0.33 oz. Crystal Pellets 5.1%AA - 20 min
0.33 oz. Columbus Pellets 14.8%AA - 15 min
0.33 oz. Crystal Pellets 5.1%AA - 15 min
Dry hop for 2 weeks in secondary with 1oz of each: Centennial Whole Hops, Columbus Whole Hops, and Cluster Whole Hops.
3.0 lb Mutons XLDME - 20 min remaining in boil
2.0 lb. Briess Pilsen DME - 20 min remaining boil
1 tsp. Irish Moss - 15min.
I started with just shy of 6.0 gallons of wort, the beer blew-off like mad, I lost almost 0.5 gallons! In addition a lot of sediment in primary and absorption of dry hops in secondary this only yielded 42 bottles.
The beer turned out great! We'll be enjoying today for the official unvieling at our 7-7-07 Party, but we sampled a few ahead of time.
The hop bitterness is what we wanted, moderate to moderate-high, very high hop flavor, hop aroma is good, but I wouldn't mind a bit more (next time I will add some hops around 5 mins). The beer is extremely smooth and sly for it's 7.3 % ABV, so sip away! mmmmm....hops!