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I get a lot of orange from Pacific Jade, but there is a lot of spicy/peppery flavor as well
I do this as well. I also late hop in a lot of styles where it's not the norm. Not to the extent I'd do for an IPA, but a small amount to give it...
Ended up with an extra gallon pre-boil and was only under by two gravity points, so went on with the boil as planned. 5.5 gallons got M27, 1gal...
Dumped a Rye Brown I should have bottled in February. Started the overnight mash on a saison inspired by Stillwater Super Dry (base + rice, firm...
I've never used 3711 with sugar, just because there's no real need. It finishes low no matter what you throw at it.
I'd say that the off flavor...
Pacific Jade, Amarillo, Centennial, and Chinook has been my favorite so far.
I go all extract, but I also only do "hopfenweizens", so I'm going for yeast character + hops to accentuate; the malt would be covered up.
If going for a cheap recipe that tastes great and is easy to brew, here's my suggestion:
30 min boil
6-7# DME (blend as necessary)
1oz FO hops
Imperial Porter in one fell swoop, you'll only have to buy base malt and yeast for it. Bitter with Willamette, use Amarillo and Willamette as...
A cucumber is a fruit.
maybe @magoo0903 is a baller
If you are looking for a NEIPA, I would say change the yeast, up the body-building grains (my attempt at a WC/NE hybrid was 20% flaked wheat 5%...
The more I think about it, the more a lower mash temp makes sense. I think a longer than usual mash would also be beneficial.
Just because something is low alcohol doesn't mean it's sessionable. A chewy beer is a chewy beer. I can get pretty tipsy and still drink more,...
I like Chinook/Simcoe/Columbus as a blend for piney/grapefruity IPAs
Probably around 50% in the same way that I brew around 30% saisons: Free use of adjectives.
I'd agree with that.
I work in a very similar manner to this. Last straightforward IPA was:
.5oz Chinook FWH
1oz Chinook 30min
1oz Amarillo 10min
1oz Centennial 10min...