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Old 08-25-2012, 07:20 PM   #1
Jul 2012
Chicago, IL
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Hi folks,

I posted earlier about a desire to make a Rye IPA, but a lack of Amarillo in the area. Using hopville, this is what I came up with for a recipe:

1 lb 2-row
3 lb Rye Malt
2lb Vienna Malt
1lb Crystal 60L
3 lb Briess Pils Light DME, 60 min
3lb Briess Pils Light DME, 15 min

.5 Apollo @ 60
1 Chinook @ 60
.5 Apollo @ 10
.5 Cascade @ 10
.5 Chinook @ 5
1 Cascade @ 5
.5 Cascade @ flameout
.5 Chinook @ flameout
1 Chinook @ dryhop (10 days)
1 Chinook @ dryhop (10 days)

Yeast Safale S-05

Am I way off here? I thijnk I have the sense of what needs to go into the Partial mash, but I don't necessarily understand the temps required, etc. I'm planning to use Deathbrewer's partial mash tutorial. Otherwise, does the recipe look good? I'm going for very hoppy, but this'll be a ~4 gal partial boil, and topped off, sadly.

Thanks for everyone's help.

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