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  1. anteater8

    American IPA Citrus Pine Tropical Dank

    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. Specs: 6 gallons O.G. = 1.070 F.G. = 1.012 ABV = 7.6% Grain Bill: 7.5 lb 2 Row (46%) 7.5 lb...
  2. JimE

    American Strong Ale Tropical American Strong Ale

    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 If you have any recommendations...
  3. G

    How to make mango cider

    I've been lurking on this site for a while now not contributing much so thought I'd rectify that. I'm still very much a home brewing novice, but there's one thing I might have some useful input on - mango cider. I'm originally from the southwest of England, so deep cider country. But I'm...
  4. SouthPhillyBr3w3r

    Different Hop Varieties in the Mix (suggestions?)

    Up until now, I have used some pretty typical hop varieties in my beers. For my American ales: Cascade, Chinook, Centennial, and Citra. For my English beers: Fuggles and East Kent Golding. For my German/Belgian beers: Hallertau, Tettnanger, and Saaz. I am interested in trying out some...
  5. beerlover77

    American IPA LushJuice IPA

    LushJuice IPA - American IPA (14B) Batch Size 5.630 gal Boil Size 7.130 gal Boil Time 1.000 hr Efficiency 82% OG 1.065 sg FG 1.016 sg ABV 6.7% IBU 68.9 (Tinseth) Color 7.6 srm (Morey) Estimated calories (per 12 oz) 217 Total grain: 12.625 lb Name...
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