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Stir in the brown sugar and boil for 60 minutes, following the hops schedule. At flameout, stir 5 minutes to conduct a whirlpool, add whirlpool hops, and allow to rest for 20 minutes. Chill to 68°F (20°C), aerate well, and pitch …
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2 hours ago Beersmithrecipes.com Show details
Brewer: David Wells Batch Size: 6.00 gal Style: American IPA (14B) Boil Size: 7.51 gal Style Guide: BJCP 2008 Color: 15.8 SRM Equipment: BV-BREW Bitterness: 41.7 IBUs Boil Time: 90 min Est OG: 1.064 (15.8° P) Mash Profile: Single Infusion, Full Body, No Mash Out Est FG: 1.016 SG (4.0° P) Fermentation: Ale, Two Stage ABV: 6.4% Taste Rating: 30.0
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5 hours ago Homebrewsupply.com Show details
This recipe takes the best of the west coast hoppy red and American ambers but increases the hopping and alcohol levels to Double IPA strength. The result is a hoppy, bitter, and moderately strong beer like an American Double IPA, but with some caramel and toffee malt character with a distinct red color like an American amber.
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5 hours ago Brewgr.com Show details
Recipe Type: All Grain. Batch Size: 6.1 Gallon (s) Boil Size: 8 Gallon (s) Boil Time: 60 min. Efficiency: 75%. All Grain Double IPA homebrew recipe. This homebrew recipe uses the following ingredients: Pilsner - DE, 2-Row - US, Munich - Light 10L - US, CaraRed - DE, Caramel/Crystal 60 - US, Corn Sugar (Dextrose) - US, Chinook Hops, Centennial
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I really like Liberty's Yakima Scarlet, and red IPAs as a style in general. This is nothing like that, but the idea of making a big red IPA seemed just right. I found a malt bill for an Imperial IPA online, made it a bit redder, then chose a bunch of hops, …
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2 hours ago Beerrecipes.org Show details
Ingredients: 5.00 gal - Washington, DC (Water) 12 lbs - Pale Malt, Maris Otter (3.0 SRM) (Grain) 5.6 oz - Caramel/Crystal Malt -120L (120.0 SRM) (Grain)
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9 hours ago Beerrecipes.org Show details
33 rows · Imperial IPA Recipes. The BJCP style guide says: An intensely hoppy, very strong …
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8 hours ago Homebrewtalk.com Show details
Imperial Red IPA Recipe. Thread starter OldMonkeyshine; Start date Jul 9, 2014; Help Support Homebrew Talk: O. OldMonkeyshine New Member. Joined Feb 25, 2013 Messages 4 Reaction score 1. Jul 9, 2014 #1 Hey folks!
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Black Is Beautiful Imperial Stout (Countdown Brewing Version) ABV: 8.8%. IBU: 82. FG: 1.022 (5.6°P) SAVE RECIPE Login or join to save this recipe. Mark as Brewed Login or join to mark this recipe as brewed. Fuller’s Chiswick Bitter …
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3 hours ago Homebrewtalk.com Show details
Hello all! I am looking to create a "Imperial Red IPA," which is sort of a made up thing. Basically it is a IIPA, that is red. Pretty basic. I have never created a recipe from scratch before, so I would like to see if I can get some feedback from the group. This is what I put together: Mash Amt Name %/IBU 13 lbs 4.0 oz Pale Malt (2 Row) US (2.0
4 hours ago Beeradvocate.com Show details
0.25 lb. crystal malt, 120° Lovibond. 5 oz Roasted barley. 0.5 lb. table sugar added with 5 min left in the boil. Hop with traditional English hops like EKG, and Fuggle. OR something more like Conway's with Northern Brewer for bitterness and Mt. Hood + Wlilamette for flavor and aroma (10-0 min additions).
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4 hours ago Homebrewtalk.com Show details
I am thinking an Imperial Red Ale will be good and so I have pulled together the following as a potential recipe. Before I start grinding grains I thought I would get whatever input I can from all of you. The name of the beer in the Irish name for the original Irish Republican Army, IRA, Imperial Red Ale.
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3 hours ago Brewgr.com Show details
All Grain American IPA homebrew recipe. This homebrew recipe uses the following ingredients: Golden Promise, Munich …
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All Grain Double IPA homebrew recipe. This homebrew recipe uses the following ingredients: 2-Row - US, Biscuit Malt - BE, …
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9 hours ago Brewgr.com Show details
created to determine split mash schedule for a double batch IPA. Then, adjusted when realized SHBS didn't provide 12 lbs two row and needed to adjust recipe after mashed and noticed low gravity on first run. added sugar and DME and created a 5 gallon recipe to save the brew day.
8 hours ago Craftbeer.com Show details
American Imperial Red Ale. The use of American hops in the American imperial red ale lends to the perception of medium hop bitterness, flavor and aroma. Coupled with a solid malt profile, this should be a beer with balance between hop bitterness and malt sweetness. This is another example of modern American brewers taking an established style
Make Your Best Red IPA. Like most IPAs, it’s characterized by a relatively high BU:GU ratio (especially this recipe!), more malt character than a traditional American IPA (though less than a Barleywine or American Strong Ale), and high levels of hops aroma and flavor. Many classic examples are also high in alcohol,...
Coupled with a solid malt profile, this should be a beer with balance between hop bitterness and malt sweetness. This is another example of modern American brewers taking an established style and boosting the flavor. California brewers are credited with creating this innovative style.
Mash, lauter, sparge, and then boil for the full 60 minutes even though your hops aren’t going in until 15 minutes into the boil. There’s no real process mysteries here. Ferment at 65F, and if you like you can raise that to 68F after 5-6 days to allow for a bit of a diacetyl rest.
I approached this recipe by noting that what I was drinking was similar to my Calling Bird India Ale, a dark-ish English IPA, but with a touch more alcohol and malt flavor and a lot more American hops. Start with 8.5 pounds of Maris Otter and one pound of Munich to lay down that bready base.