Brewday: American IPA (last week)

November 7, 2010

This past Wednesday I brewed up an American IPA but completely forgot to blog the recipe. This one actually wound up being a modification of my Amarillo IPA. Same grain bill as the Amarillo, but a healthy mix of chinook hops added into the amarillo.

American IPA

Boil Volume: 7.5 gallons

Batch Volume: 6 gallons

Starting Gravity: 1.067

Efficiency: 80%

Malt:

  • 11.5 lb Pale Malt
  • 2.0 lb Vienna
  • 0.5 lb Crystal 60L
  • 0.25 lb Wheat Malt

Hops:

  • 1.75 oz Galena (First-Wort, 9.5% Alpha Acid)
  • 1.00 oz Amarillo (20 min, 7.3% Alpha Acid)
  • 1.50 oz Chinook (10 min, 10.9% Alpha Acid)
  • 1.00 oz Amarillo (0 min)
  • 1.00 oz Chinook (0 min)
  • 1.00 oz Amarillo (Dry hop)
  • 1.00 oz Chinook (Dry hop)

Mash:

  • Strike with 18 qt water at 167F
  • Mash at 150F for 75 minutes
  • Sparge with 6.5 gallons to collect 7.5 gallons

Yeast:

Northwest Ale yeast (Wyeast 1332)

Water Additions:

  • 2 gm Calcium Chloride
  • 5 gm Gypsum
  • 2 gm Chalk
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