This being my favourite beer style, I do brew it quite often. This particular recipe is for an IPA that is easily drinkable and not too complex. The bitterness is crisp and dry. It is very aromatic with strong notes of grapefruit and hints of pine. There is little malt complexity. I'll add more crystal malt next time.
Added 1.25ts CaCO3 (calcium carbonate) and 0.5ts CaSO4 (gypsum) to enhance the hops.
The batch was brewed 2008-10-03.
25 liters. All grain, batch sparge
19 EBC (Amber)
6100g Pale malt, Weyermann
400g Cara Münich malt, Weyermann
200g Carahell, Weyermann
67C, 60 min
30g Columbus pellets, 12.2%, 60 min
40g Warrior pellets, 13.5%, 10 min
70g Columbus pellets, 12.2% 5 min
120g Centennial pellets, 9.1% 1 min
1 packs Wyeast 1272 American Ale II, 1.5 liter starter
OG: 1.061 FG: 1.015 (estimated) abv: 6%
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