Home Brew Forums

Home Brew Forums (http://www.homebrewtalk.com/forum.php)
-   India Pale Ale (http://www.homebrewtalk.com/f69/)
-   -   Crosseyed PA (Double IPA) (http://www.homebrewtalk.com/f69/crosseyed-pa-double-ipa-117243/)

Echo2112 05-02-2009 08:01 PM

Crosseyed PA (Double IPA)
 
Grains
14.75 lbs 2 Row (US)
1.00 lbs Munich
.25 lbs Crystal 20L

Adjuncts
1.00 lbs Corn Sugar added at boil start
Whirlfloc tablet added @ 15 min

Hops
2 oz Centennial (10% Alpha) @ 60 min
2 oz Chinook (13% Alpha) @ 60 min
1 oz Centennial (10% Alpha) @ 15 min
1 oz Galena (13% Alpha) @ 5 min
* 2 oz Galena (13% Alpha) Dry hopped for 7 days
All my hops were in pellet form

Yeast
1000mL starter of #WLP001 California Ale

I used 1 tbs of 5.2 Mash Stabilizer in my strike water

Mash in with 5 gallons of water at 167.1F and hold mash @ 155F for 90 minutes
Drain Mash Tun and sparge with 3.67 gallons of water @ 168F
Boil volume should be 6.50 gallons
Flame on and boil for 60 min to get a final volume of 5 gallons into primary.


I had a bunch of BMC drinkers, and "I don't like hoppy beer" drinkers destroy a keg of this in no time at a BBQ in my backyard. It destroyed them in return, with an ABV of about 9% :drunk:

mpcluever 05-27-2012 01:08 PM

Congrats on being the very top result on a Google search for double ipa "all grain". Looks good!

krzewinskibe 06-17-2012 06:48 PM

Giving this recipe a whirl tomorrow....1000mL yeast starter is underway...

TheRotten42 03-26-2014 02:13 PM

I know this is a old post but its still the top result on Google for All Grain IPA, if the OP is still here or of if anyone knows the annswer to the following question that would be tits. Was the corn sugar added just to bring up the OG? and if so is it needed? I want to try this but Im not a fan of adding extra sugars if they arent needed.

BrewingandBeer 06-11-2014 06:16 AM

Adding corn sugar to the boil will bring up the gravity and eventually the abv but because it's pure fermentable sugar the yeast will be healthier and "eat" more of your wort resulting in a lighter bodied beer.

source: https://www.homebrewersassociation.org/attachments/0000/6351/doubleIPA.pdf

Gonna give this recipe a go on Monday!


All times are GMT. The time now is 02:29 PM.

Copyright ©2000 - 2014, Jelsoft Enterprises Ltd.