Are English IPAs especially susceptible to oxidation?

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MrBJones

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Would like to do an English IPA, thinking about the recipe in Jamil's book. Any thoughts on it? Suggestions for a better one?

Also, are English IPAs particularly susceptible to oxidizing, the way hazy IPAs are?
 
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It won’t be as susceptible to oxidation as a neipa especially in the cold side you won’t have as many hops and should be a less protein focused mash.

You’ll probably be dealing with a quality British pale ale malt and some crystal and a small dry hop.

keep it simple, but oxidation can happen in any brew, just have a clean brew process.
 
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