This West Coast IPA is designed to taste just how I like them - crisp with a smooth bitterness and a hop saturated flavor & aroma balanced with equal parts citrus, pine, tropical fruit and dankness.
O.G. = 1.070
F.G. = 1.012
ABV = 7.6%
7.5 lb 2 Row (46%)
I brewed this 2.5 weeks ago, and kegged and force carbonated it tonight. I'm very happy with how it turned out. It should get better conditioning in the next 2 weeks. I hope that there is some left by then.
If this were lighter and cloudy, it could be a NEIPA
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