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Old 11-19-2012, 06:05 PM   #1
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Default All-Grain - Sticky Icky

Recipe Type: All Grain
Yeast: Denny\'s Favorite 50 (Wyeast 1450)
Yeast Starter: 2L
Batch Size (Gallons): 4.0
Original Gravity: 1.083
Final Gravity: 1.020
IBU: 114.2
Boiling Time (Minutes): 75
Color: 8 SRM
Primary Fermentation (# of Days & Temp): 21 days @ 62F
Secondary Fermentation (# of Days & Temp): 4 Days
Tasting Notes: One word: dank, which was what I was looking for.

I brew mostly hoppy beers, and I have been getting sick of the citrus bombs that I had been making. So, I set out to make a dank-bomb of an IIPA, with a little bit of citrus/pine to balance things out. I also went with all British malts to give it a bit more of a backbone. I like this overall, but next time I think that I will increase the Simcoe and Chinook a bit and will mash a bit higher for more maltiness.

This is a 4 gal recipe, and I get 70% efficiency, so adjust accordingly.

Grains

10 lb Thomas Fawcett Halcyon
1 lb Corn Sugar (added with 5 mins left in boil)
12 oz Crisp Amber Malt

Hops

1 oz Apollo (19.7%) (FWH)
.5 oz Columbus (15.4%) (15)
.5 oz Simcoe (13%) (15)
.5 oz Summit (18%) (15)
1 oz Apollo (19.7%) (Whirlpool - 20 min)
1 oz Columbus (15.4%) (Whirlpool - 20 min)
1 oz Summit (18%) (Whirlpool - 20 min)
.5 oz Chinook (13%) (Whirlpool - 20 min)
1.5 oz Apollo (19.7%) (DH - 7 days)
1.5 oz Columbus (15.4%) (DH - 7 days)
1.5 oz Summit (18%) (DH - 7 days)

Yeast

Wyeast 1450 - Denny's Favorite 50

Mash

150 deg. for 60 mins, batch sparge

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Old 11-19-2012, 06:09 PM   #2
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I brew mostly hoppy beers, and I have been getting sick of the citrus bombs that I had been making. So, I set out to make a dank-bomb of an IIPA, with a little bit of citrus/pine to balance things out. I also went with all British malts to give it a bit more of a backbone. I like this overall, but next time I think that I will increase the Simcoe and Chinook a bit and will mash a bit higher for more maltiness.

This is a 4 gal recipe, and I get 70% efficiency, so adjust accordingly.

Grains

10 lb Thomas Fawcett Halcyon
1 lb Corn Sugar (added with 5 mins left in boil)
12 oz Crisp Amber Malt

Hops

1 oz Apollo (19.7%) (FWH)
.5 oz Columbus (15.4%) (15)
.5 oz Simcoe (13%) (15)
.5 oz Summit (18%) (15)
1 oz Apollo (19.7%) (Whirlpool - 20 min)
1 oz Columbus (15.4%) (Whirlpool - 20 min)
1 oz Summit (18%) (Whirlpool - 20 min)
.5 oz Chinook (13%) (Whirlpool - 20 min)
1.5 oz Apollo (19.7%) (DH - 7 days)
1.5 oz Columbus (15.4%) (DH - 7 days)
1.5 oz Summit (18%) (DH - 7 days)

Yeast

Wyeast 1450 - Denny's Favorite 50

Mash

150 deg. for 60 mins, batch sparge
I'm all for switching up the citrus bombs for the hop bombs lol
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