Nicely done! Give it some time to mature and let us know how it is then.Just over 3 weeks old and a week on gas, I rushed this beer to free up my fermentation chamber. It's still a little green but not bad I got anxious and pulled a draft, this was poured via a Guinness Stout Tap using CO2.
Nice. Had one of these last night and it really does seem to evolve beautifully in the bottle. Spicy yet smooth - its a unique and delicious IPA. Fantastic the way it is, yet I wouldn't even mind a touch more aroma from a dry hop just to build on an already great beer. This was my first experience with first wort hopping and I'm sold. Mine has really cleared up also. Thanks EdWort!It's been going "blub blub blub" since early yesterday morning (brewed Friday night). OG was 1.072 so a little high, but who doesn't like a little extra gravity??
I posted slight recipe variation using a 60 min boil in Post #185 of this thread. The result was great and it on my list to brew again.Planning on brewing this, and looking forward to it! Can anyone that's brewed it already tell me why it's a 90 minute boil? Is it just to get the OG up or is there another reason? Thanks!
Congratualtions!My cluster/mosaic version of this recipe using dennys favorite yeast came in first place for the imperial ipa category at the war of the worts competition this weekend! Thanks again for this awesome recipe!
Thanks it really is an awesome beer!Congratualtions!
Im interested in trying this with Mosaic this weekend but I dont have any Cluster.
Could I use, Tettnang like the original recipe or Nugget?
I also have:
Super Styrian, Mount Hood, Northern Brewer, Belma, Target, Taurus, Summit, Saaz, EKG, Styrian, Challenger, Magnum, Citra, Cascade, Amarillo, Falconers Flight, Mittelfrueh, and Centennial
Great, Nugget it is thenThanks it really is an awesome beer!
I have used Nugget as my bittering charge with Mosaic in the past with great results so I would recommend going with that.
Just thinking this over again before I brew it on Monday.Great, Nugget it is then
I'm going to split a 10 gallon batch, 5 gallons with Nugget/Mosaic and US-05
The other 5 with Taurus for bittering and Amarillo/Strisselspalt for flavour/aroma and Possibly 1lb honey or sugar syrup at 5mins with Belle Saison dry yeast. Can't wait