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I am quite new to homebrewing and have recently started looking into the kveik yeast strains which seem quite interesting, and seems like they would work well in the current summer heat.
As such i would like to try some recipes utilizing this yeast, however i am having a hard time...
I want to get some more experience with brewing IPA's and was wondering if anyone got some recommendations for IPA recipes.
So far i have only tried out a Two-hearted clone which turned out fine, but i would like to try something "hoppier"
Allgrain BIAB brewer
Hi everyone, I'd be grateful on your thoughts on this as I'm still relatively new and I don't want to commit any obvious shockers. Cheers in advance:
Golden Promise: 71%
Carafa Special III: 9%
Caramunich III: 8%
Hops I'm currently thinking:
Tettnang as bittering hop with a bit of...
First I would like to thank you guys, I am learning a lot from the forum. You are awesome!
I have been itching to try a Mango IPA and have mixed a few recipes I found online here and looking for suggestions and tips. This will be my fourth batch so not an expert.
About 5 days ago I brewed an IPA and set it aside for primary fermentation. It started bubbling no problem but I noticed that I accidentally overfilled the sanitizer solution in the airlock which made it more difficult for the bubbles to get out, so now on Day 5 it is bubbling every 30-60...
I, like others, have noticed a commonality among today's new and popular IPAs. It seems that the whole IBU Arms Race of the West Coast is finally subsiding and giving way to a new type of IPA. These IPAs all seem to share several characteristics: They have an intense, and almost juicy, hop aroma...
Crave that pungent hop aroma in your IPAs and Pale Ales? Enjoy coating your nostrils with sticky hop goodness? Want to achieve the dry hop character of The Alchemist's Heady Topper in your own beer? Below are 10 things you can do to enhance the aroma of your hop-forward beers.
1 - Use pellets...
First I would like to give you a little background about myself. I have been brewing beer for only about a year now and it's been all extract and mainly kit beers. I recently bought a new kettle and some other equipment so I'm moving to all grain BIAB. I gave up bottling several months ago and...
I wanna try my luck with an IPA batch and want to hear if you have any experiences/recommendations for recipes.
I am looking for something that is not killyourtastebudsbitter but more in the pleasantfordowningloadsoftheseinthesummertime type. Maybe something towards a Brewdog Punk IPA
Just wanted to say, I brewed the All Together IPA a couple weeks ago and first taste is really good! If you haven’t brewed this yet, you might want to try it. It’s a good IPA!!
If you have already brewed it, what did...
Hello fellow home brewers.
I Developed this recipe looking to create an IPA that would be juicy but not necessarily hazy.
I was hoping that I could get some feed back on any modifications or suggestions you may have.
5.25 gallon batch size
Mash at 150F for 70min...
This is a pretty basic, Old School West Coast American IPA, inspired by the greats, like Humalupalicious. This beer hasn't been through any competitions but my wife and I love it, (my wife is very particular about beer so I feel that this beer was very successful!)
Ca 72, Mg 11, Na 11, Cl 60...
I am brewing a Zombie Dust clone for a friend. (I don't drink bitter beer). I brew Belgians exclusively, but I thought it would be fun to try something different. Anyway, Id like to enter it into our local contest, Brewer's Cup, assuming they hold it. I am also brewing from a kit for the second...
I am looking for an opinion on some crazy-ish idea. I have had in my mind for a while dry wheat IPA. The original plan was to use 2 cans (yes, extract brewing) of Briess Bavarian Wheat and one can of extra-light pale extract, add some Amarillo, and dry-hop with cones of Nelson...
I wanna share a recipe i did.
Its a Coopers Diablo IPA with added Citra in boil and dryhop.
I start with boiling 20g Citra in 2l water for 20min.I leave the hops in the mix.
I add the Diablo extract and stir it up really good.
I then added 400 dextrose for added ABV.
After that i fill...
I've been brewing for half a decade now (all extract or partial mash), and made the transition to kegs about 2 years ago. Since then, I've made some good hefes, some good oktoberfests, and a cream ale that wasn't half bad. However, I've made half a dozen kits from MoreBeer, and...
Back in October (2019) I pulled off a little brewing miracle. And one to be repeated, but preferably without the extra pressure of time. Yeah, yeah.
A few months before, I had signed up (again) to serve homebrew beer at a fundraising event: The 10th annual Homebrew Extravaganza at Checkerspot...
Hi, I'm working on a recipe for a dank piney IPA with some floral/fruity in the background, and I have come up with something like this. I've never used Chinook before, and I have only recently started playing around with my own recipes so I would appreciate any input about this recipe and hop...
I want to take a stab at a fruity, hazy IPA with medium bitterness and around 6% ABV. I wrote up this recipe based on ingredients I have in stock:
1# Munich Light
12# total grain bill
60 minutes infusion mash at 152F
3/4oz Magnum @ 60
1oz Cascade @ 10...