All Grain Yeast:
US-05 Yeast Starter:
1qt slurry Batch Size (Gallons):
10 Original Gravity:
1.060 Final Gravity:
70ish Boiling Time (Minutes):
6srm Primary Fermentation (# of Days & Temp):
10 days @ 64 Tasting Notes:
Slightly spicy rye malt character, dank/citrus/tropical hop flavor and aroma
This is my grain bill for IPA's from now on. Just enough character to stand up to the hops, but gets out of the way and finishes super clean.
I'll switch out the late hops for some variety, and probably try kolsch yeast as well.
I'll use some rice hulls as well next time.
14 LBS of Rahr 2-row (56.6%)
5 LBS US Malted Rye (20.2%)
2 LBS US 20L Munich (8.1%)
1.5 LBS US Flaked Rye (6.1%)
1.25 LBS US Carapils (5.1%)
1 LB US White Wheat (4%)
Single Infusion for 1 HR at 151
Hops (Rager Formula)
1.25 OZ Nugget 15.2% at 60 Mins (33IBU)
1 OZ Nugget 15.2 at 30 Mins (13.1 IBU)
6 OZ Falconers Flight 10% at Flameout (25.1) IBU
4 OZ Falconers Flight Dry Hop
Recirculated wort for 20 Mins before chilling, IBU Calculations account for this.
First time using Falconer's Flight. The blend of dank and citrus is fantastic.
Its named River Rock IPA as I used a fist sized river rock to keep the ghetto rigged hop spider from floating. I hadn't used pellets in a while.