Splash Of BRUT IPA

(2 customer reviews)

This kit brews 23ltrs of a Brut style of IPA that has originates from San Francisco. Named Brut IPA due to the dryness of the style of beer which people have described as similar to Brut Champagne with its clean dry crisp finish, light thin body, and fresh stone fruit flavours.

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Description

This kit brews 23ltrs of a Brut style of IPA that has originates from San Francisco. Named Brut IPA due to the dryness of the style of beer which people have described as similar to Brut Champagne with its clean dry crisp finish, light thin body, and fresh stone fruit flavours.

 


Ingredients Included

SIMPSONS MALTS EXTRA PALE MALT (4000 grams)
Crisp Flaked Maize (1500 grams)
Nelson Sauvin Pellets (100 grams)
NBS West Coast Style Ale Yeast (1 packs)
NBS Amyloglucosidase 300 Enzyme (1 packs)


Method

Beer Style (main): American Ales
Beer Style (sub): American-Style India Pale Ale
Batch Size: 23ltrs
Original Gravity: 1.056
Final Gravity: 1.000
ABV %: 7.4
IBU: 20.9

THE MASH
Temperature °C: 65
Length (mins): 60
Out temp °C: 75
Out time (mins): 10

THE BOIL
Boil time (mins): 60

Additions and timing:

Whirlpool/Hop stand – decrease temp to 80 degrees add 40g of Nelson Sauvin for 20 minutes

Secondary additions and timing:

Day 2 – add 15ml of NBS Amyloglucosidase 300 Enzyme
Dry hop day 7 – 60g Nelson Sauvin

Yeast: NBS West Coast
Fermentation temperature/steps: 20c until reaching FG

Comments:

This kit brews 23ltrs of a Brut style of IPA that has originates from San Francisco. Named Brut IPA due to the dryness of the style of beer which people have described as similar to Brut Champagne with its clean dry crisp finish, light thin body, and fresh stone fruit flavours.

 

NOTE: The enzyme for creating a Brut IPA can be added on hot or cold side, for more information https://beerandbrewing.com/bruelosophy-testing-conventional-wisdom/?utm_source=drip&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=CBB+10.08.19+EDIT&utm_content=Testing+Conventional+Wisdom

Additional information

Weight 6.633 kg

2 reviews for Splash Of BRUT IPA

  1. David Byford (verified owner)

    I did this as a BIAB and it all worked perfectly hitting the right numbers at each stage.

    As one would expect the taste is…..different! I quite enjoyed it though the thin mouthfeel means that it is not the first beer I would reach for every time. I probably won’t repeat it but am very glad that I’ve tried it.

  2. Nick Thompson (verified owner)

    Definitely improved with time.

    My first time brewing a brut IPA and wasn’t too sure about the taste (or the body) at first, it is certainly different. First pint took a long time to drink. I didn’t try it again until I’d run out of my hoppy IPA that I’d brewed earlier and so it stood in the keg for about 3 weeks. When I went back to it the taste had improved immensely – I actually liked it a lot, refreshing, cleansing and great with a curry.
    Make sure you dial up the carbonation as it is better fizzy, and serve it cold.
    It was quite a revelation and I can imagine would be a superb barbecue beer.

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