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14 March, 2015


Beer corner

Hard to find beers from every corner of Greece. Try etiquettes like Delphi, Voreia, Septem, Marea, Nissos, Vergina, Alfa etc

Are you a homebrewer? Try this American IPA.

Beer Style: American IPA (14B)
Recipe Type: partial mash
Yield: 5 gallons
American IPA

Golden brown color with a strong floral and citrus hop aroma and a very tangy-sweet grapefruit bitterness that blends well with a month of conditioning. Refreshing. The combo of rice syrup solids and honey help keep the mouthfeel lighter in this strong ale.

Mini Mash 1 &1/2 hr @155
8 oz 60 l crystal (caramel) malt
8 oz Carapils
2 lbs pale malt
6 lbs. gold Liquid ME
1 lb light dried ME
1 lb (18 oz.) clover honey
1 lb rice syrup solids
Hop Schedule
.5 oz. Chinook 13% 60 min (beginning) 27.7 IBU
.5 oz Amarillo 8.9% 60 min (beginning) 19 IBU (46.7)
.5 oz. Chinook 13% 20 min 14.1 IBU (60.8) (Wort chiller =3 min boil lag)
.5 oz Amarillo 8.9% 20 min 9.7 IBU (70.5) (Irish moss at 15 min.)
.5 oz Amarillo 8.9% 7 min 4.4 IBU (74.9)
.5 oz Amarillo 8.9% 2 min 2.1 IBU (77)
*optional after taste—dry hop all 14 days in secondary (14 total) .5 oz Cascade pellets 5.1% 1 IBU (79)
Safale us-05 Dry-1st ferm
1 oz. oak chips
1 tsp irish moss 15 min left in boil
5 oz bottling corn sugar
1 muslin bag

Additional Instructions
Primary Ferment: 1st ferm. 8 days (us-05 ale yeast) Gravity of 1.0
Secondary Ferment: 2nd ferm. 14 days (w/dry hop and oak chips)

Beer Profile
Original Gravity: 1.080
Final Gravity: 1.016=8.25%abv
Alcohol by Vol: 8.38%
Recipe Type: partial mash
Yield: 5.00 Gallons


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