This bundle is for the IPA lover in your life, featuring a 6 pack of Soundwave from Siren Craft Brew, an all grain recipe kit for the same beer, 2 glasses to enjoy the beer from and a rub and sauce from Angus and Oink for the perfect food accompaniment to the beer style!
Siren Craft – Soundwave
Welcome to tropical hop heaven. Soundwave is eminently drinkable, full of flavour and subtle with bitterness. Siren Craft’s most famous beer pours with an inviting haze, while big-hitting American hops deliver fruit notes in abundance and a trademark resinous finish.
This has been a long time favourite beer of ours, when this beer launched it helped to establish Siren in the market. Its now a main stay of their core range, and we’ve sunk plenty of them over the years, so are mega excited when they said they would like to share the recipe with the home brew community.
Simpsons Finest Pale Maris Otter
Simpsons Dextrin Malt
Simpsons Wheat Malt
Total Grain bill 5380g
Citra Pellets (104 grams)
Chinook Pellets (44 grams)
Columbus Pellets (20 grams)
Simcoe Pellets (93 grams)
Beer Style (main): American Ales
Beer Style (sub): American-Style India Pale Ale
Batch Size: 23L
Original Gravity: 1.050
Final Gravity: 1.007
ABV %: 5.6%
Temperature °C: 67
Length (mins): 60
Out temp °C: 75
Out time (mins): 10
Boil time (mins): 60 mins
Additions and timing:
Citra – 14g – 15 min
Chinook – 6g – 10 min
Columbus – 4g – 10 min
Citra – 15g – 5 min
Add yeast nutrient and protofloc at 10 mins (not included)
Whirlpool 30 min @ 75c
Chinook – 8g
Secondary additions and timing:
After fermentation dry hop for 2 days at 14c
Hop contact for maximum of 72hrs
Yeast: Vermont / Lallemand New England – choose from above (not included)
Fermentation temperature/steps: 18c for 4 days, raise to 22c for 10 days. Reduce to 14c and then dry hop
This beer suits all formats of packaging, great from bottles, great from keg, and even worth trying serving like a cask beer through a beer engine like Pint365.
Guidance – We have brewed this on a G40 with efficiency set at 85%, this resulted in 23L into the FV, and then 19L packaged after trub and hops loss. All figures and numbers are given as a guidance and you will need to work out according to your own equipment and processes.