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chezzesteak 06-15-2011 04:17 PM

Suck my citra ipa
 
took lots of recipes off here and figured i would put in my input. this one i just racked and man oh man is it good. the aroma is like walking in to a citrus grove. very good IPA and will come a staple of tap.

chezzesteak 06-15-2011 04:20 PM

oh crap. heres the recipe. DUH
1# 60 L
6Lbs Extra Light DME
1 oz Cascade - 60 min
1 oz Citra 30 min
1 oz cascade FO
1 oz Citra Dry Hop
Cali 5 from White Labs - in a starter

Steep 60 L at 155 for 45 mins.
bring to boil add all DME
work hop schedule

Ferment at 75 degrees for 14 days
Dry hop after 10 days

Refirg for 2 days

rack into final vessal. i kegged mine. 2 days at 35 PSI

YUMMY and Simple

thecomingdarkage 12-08-2012 11:03 PM

I used your recipe as a guide for my first non-kit brew tonight. Changed it based on what I could get locally and to try some things out.

1lb 20l
.25 60l

and used Falconers instead of Citra

Otherwise followed recipe. Was hoping for a little caramel flavor with lighter color, might have to just use 20l or 20l + .25 of 40l or even less 60l next time as it is pretty dark. Open for suggestions...

I will try and follow up as time goes on... :)

bflobrewer 04-28-2013 01:24 PM

I was looking for a simple and quick brew I could do in time to take on the upcoming annual Memorial Day weekend camping trip in about a month. This recipe struck me as exactly what I was looking for. A nice clean simple citrusy ipa.

I only changed 2 things. I used 6.6# of golden light LME instead of the DME. And I used the 1332 northwest ale yeast smack pack from Wyeast. It's fermenting vigorously after about 12 hours. Looks to be a winner so far. I'll keep you posted on the results. Thanks for posting!!!


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