This 5 litre recipe kit features everything you need to brew a modern hop forward hazy pale ale, as part of our Kitchen Brewer series or otherwise known as stove top brewing. featuring the awesome Verdant IPA yeast from Lallemand.
Expect a beer which is vibrant, hazy, slightly dank and full of tropical citrus notes. Inspired by our best selling clone recipe of Verdant Brewing Company’s Lightbulb Extra Pale Ale.
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About the Kitchen Brewer Range
Brewing 20l batches of beer just isn’t convenient for everyone. We also know that many of you would love to experience the joy of making your own all grain beer at home but space doesn’t permit. That’s why we’ve put together the Kitchen Brewer range. Featuring great recipes that come from our most popular bigger recipe kits and all the equipment you will need to make great tasting beer at home, using all grain, just like the pros. All these beer kits have been prepared and developed to work with the common method for stove top brewing, brew in the bag. The grain is crushed slightly finer to allow for maximum efficiency when mashing.
SIMPSONS MALTS EXTRA PALE MALT
Simpsons Vienna Malt
Crisp Flaked Torrefied Oats Including Husk
Crisp CaraGold Malt
Simcoe Pellets (28 grams)
Centennial T90 Pellets (20 grams)
LALBREW® VERDANT IPA Dried Yeast 11g (1 packs)
Beer Style (main): American Ales
Beer Style (sub): Juicy or Hazy Pale Ale
Batch Size: 5l
Original Gravity: 1.045
Final Gravity: 1.011
ABV %: 4.5
Temperature °C: 67
Length (mins): 60
Out temp °C: N/A
Out time (mins): N/A
Boil time (mins): 30
Additions and timing:
2g Centennial @ 30min
Hop Stand – Cool Wort After Boil to 80c
10g Centennial @ 0min
10g Simcoe @ 0min
Secondary additions and timing:
18g Simcoe at the end of fermentation
8g Centennial at the end of fermentation
Yeast: Lallenmand Verdant IPA
Fermentation temperature/steps: 18c – 7-10 days
After fermentation, add your dry hops to your fermenter. Re-seal and leave for 2 days before proceeding to packaging. Ideally add your fermenter to your fridge for 24 hours before bottling the finished beer.