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Old 03-21-2007, 01:43 PM   #1

Recipe Type: All Grain    Yeast: WLP007    Yeast Starter: Yes    Batch Size (Gallons): 5    Original Gravity: 1.072    Final Gravity: 1.012    IBU: 68.2    Boiling Time (Minutes): 90    Color: 8.8    Primary Fermentation (# of Days & Temp): 7 days at 67oF    Secondary Fermentation (# of Days & Temp): 14 days at 67oF   
Yellow Rose IPA
Recipe 2006 by Mark Pannell
An American IPA using only Amarillo hops.

13 lbs. Schreier American 2-row pale malt (1.8-L)*
1 lb. U.S. crystal malt, 2-row (40-L)
1 lb. Wheat malt (2.0-L)
1/2 lb. CaraPils malt, 2-row (5.9-L)
1/2 lb. Biscuit malt (24-L)

Bittering hops:
.5 oz. Amarillo [9.8% AAU] (FWH)
.75 oz. Amarillo [9.8% AAU] (60 mins.)

Flavoring hops:
1.25 oz. Amarillo [9.8% AAU] (30 mins.)

Aroma hops:
1.25 oz. Amarillo [9.8% AAU] (10 mins.)
1.0 oz. Amarillo [9.8% AAU] (0 mins.)

Dry hops:
1 oz. Amarillo [9.8% AAU]

Fining agent:
Irish Moss (15 mins.)

White Labs WLP007 Dry English Ale Yeast

Primary: 7 days at 67oF
Secondary: 14 days at 67oF

Total boil: 90 minutes

* Roast 3 lbs. of the American 2-row at 350oF for one hour and cool. Keep the oven door slightly ajar while roasting. Heat ~4.5 gallons of water to ~168oF. Mash grains at ~152o F for 90 minutes. Recirculate until clear, ~20 minutes.
Sparge with ~7gallons of 172oF water. Add hops and Irish moss to schedule above. Cool wort to ~68o F and pitch yeast. Add dry hops at secondary. Bottle when beer falls clear. Prime with 1-1/4 cups plain light DME.

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Old 05-24-2007, 02:33 PM   #2

How did this turn out Roob? I bought a pound of Amarillo and have brewed three batches with it. I am not very impressed, kinda mellow. However, mine isn't anywhere near 9% AAU, it is more around 4%. I am partial to that "slap you in your face" character of columbus or one of those 12+% AAU hops in my IPAs.

How did the roasting work out?

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Old 07-10-2007, 09:37 PM   #3

Sorry to be so late responding, I didn't see this until just now. It turned out great; I've brewed it twice now!

Only 4% AAU?! That ain't right! You need to at least double up on that. The 9% gives it a nice, hoppy flavor. Citrusy, but not as much as Cascade. I really like it and it has become my favorite IPA of all that I've brewed.

The only thing I plan to change is the dry-hop phase. It obviously won't affect the taste, but I plan to double the hops to at least 2 oz. This current version has that smack-in-the-nose hop aroma, but it fades over time. Maybe doubling the hops will make it last longer. I used that amount of hops when I brewed Brewpastor's 777 and it seemed to make a difference.

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Old 01-27-2014, 02:30 PM   #4
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Anyone else brew this? How did it compare?

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