Episode 24 English IPA

Modern English IPAs (unlike their traditional counterparts) may be made with all English ingredients but still manage to hit big intensities whilst also maintaining a quaffable easiness. If you like Maris Otter Malt and big hops that tend toward spicy, herbal and earthy whilst keeping some of that hoppy citrus, then look no further!

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Modern English IPAs (unlike their traditional counterparts) may be made with all English ingredients but still manage to hit big intensities whilst also maintaining a quaffable easiness. If you like Maris Otter Malt and big hops that tend toward spicy, herbal and earthy whilst keeping some of that hoppy citrus, then look no further!

 


Ingredients

Crisp Maris Otter (5000 grams)
Crisp Caramalt (500 grams)
Flaked Wheat (200 grams)
Target Pellets (40 grams)
Challenger Pellets (100 grams)
Bramling Cross Pellets (70 grams)
Wyeast 1098 British Ale (1 packs)


Method

Beer Style (main): British Ales
Beer Style (sub): English-Style India Pale Ale
Batch Size: 22L
Original Gravity: 1.058
Final Gravity: 1.014
ABV %: 5.88
IBU: 53.6

THE MASH
Temperature °C: 65.0
Length (mins): 60
Out temp °C:
Out time (mins):

THE BOIL
Boil time (mins): 60

Additions and timing:

Mash with all Grain at 65C for one hour and transfer to boil kettle then follow hop additions as below.
40G Target at 60 Mins
30G Chalanger at 5 Mins
30G Bramling Cross 20 min /steep at 90C
30G Chalanger 20 min /steep at 90C

Secondary additions and timing:

After fermentation add dry hops for and leave for 5 days. Remove hops and crash cool to around 3C and allow to condition for 3-5 days the package.

Yeast: Wyeast Labs #1098 British ale
Fermentation temperature/steps: 18C till 1.014 or fementation stops.

Comments:

We brew an English IPA in episode 24 of By The Mash Tun, you can find it at http://www.kaiju.fm/by-the-mash-tun/24-English-IPA

Additional information

Weight 6.21 kg

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