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Old 02-28-2011, 06:23 PM   #1
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i said i had the recipe last night when i woke up this morning my inbox was filled soo here u go I got this recipe from the ballast point its a extract recipe i have yet to make it but used parts that i liked from it to create something new this ale is a more citrus like Ipa but with a kick let me know how it comes out CHeers

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6 lbs Dried light malt extract (DME)
1 lbs corn sugar

HOPS
60 minutes
.50 oz warrior
.50 oz Magnum
.25 oz northern brewer
.25 oz columbus

30 minutes
.50 oz crystal
.25 oz centennial
.25 oz Simcoe

0 minutes
1.0 oz Amarillo

DRY HOP
2.0 oz of Amarillo
2.0 oz of Simcoe

YEAST
White labs california Ale yeast wlp001


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Old 02-28-2011, 06:32 PM   #2
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Do you have the AA% of the 60 and 30 min additions?


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Old 02-28-2011, 06:42 PM   #3
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AA% for the hops is

warrior 15.8
magnum 10.
northern ?
columbus 14.4
crystal ?
centennial 9.4
simcoe ??
amarillo 7. - 8.
thats all i got thus far cuz thoughs are hops i had handy and just read it right off the bag hope that helps
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Old 03-01-2011, 08:36 AM   #4
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I love this beer, but I read that recipe and I would love to know what the brewer feels he gets from 4 different hop additions at 60 mins and 3 different ones at 30. Just seems too complex for no reason at all.
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Old 03-02-2011, 06:40 AM   #5
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I love this beer, but I read that recipe and I would love to know what the brewer feels he gets from 4 different hop additions at 60 mins and 3 different ones at 30. Just seems too complex for no reason at all.
I thought the same but when i lookd at the taste they were going for it makes sence they were going for a lemon mango apricot grapefruit its what i got from the brewer its not a clone its just the exact extract recipe i havnt tried this exact recipe but i used it to create a hybrid version and its pretty citrus soo id like to see how this one come out i substituted the simcoe so id like to know if this isnt the recipe but again i did get it straight from nate at the homebrew/ ballast point brewery shop
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Old 03-04-2011, 08:21 PM   #6
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Just drank a 22 of Sculpin IPA last night and it was delicious. I may have discovered my next recipe to brew.
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Old 03-04-2011, 09:33 PM   #7
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seems pretty high IBU with few late additions - as I recall the BYO recipe for Racer 5 was similar timing for their hop schedule as well

very curious to hear some feedback after someone brews this - thanks for sharing
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im bottling Wednesday
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Just brewed a batch based off of this recipe last night. Currently it is bubbling like mad and leaving a nice alcohol smell in the room. I went with:
6# extra light dme
1# caravienna
7 oz maltadextrin
Boil 60 min:
.5 oz warrior
.5 oz magnum
.5 oz Columbus
Boil 30:
1 oz centennial
Flameout:
1 oz amarilo

I pitched with Nottingham.
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cool but are u now dry hopping? and u didnt use simcoe?


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