Beach Lake Extreme IPA
Source: Michael Miller
Recipe added: 11/03/04
Extreme but balanced malt, caramel, hop bitterness flavor and aroma. As my Grandma Fishhead would say 'It'll knock you naked boy'
- ~99 IBU (est.)
- ~8.5% ABV
- Medium copper color (SRM 18)
- Golden White head and lace.
This is my house beer for my homebrew addict friends. I was trying to get a Stone Ruination Clone, but couldn't get Simcoe and Anthanum Hops - made double SSoS instead. Always on tap, absolutely not for homebrew newbies, hop bashers (you know who they are) or style nerds. Cellar temp reveals much more of the malt and hop flavor than when fridge cold.
Recipe type: Extract
Batch Size: 6 gallons
Starting Gravity: 1.0802
Finishing Gravity: 1.018
Time in Boil: 60
Primary Fermentation: 7 - 10 days
Secondary Fermentation: 14 days
- 13.5 -14 lbs Pale LME
- 1.0 lb Crystal 120
- 3.0 oz Chinook (14%, 60 min)
- 2.0 oz Goldings (5.1%, 15 min)
- 2.0 oz Fluggles (4.3%, Steep while chilling)
- 0.25 oz Fluggles(In Secondary)
- 0.25 oz Goldings(In Keg)
- 1 Tbl Irish Moss (Clarifier, start of boil)
- 1000 ml starter White Labs, WLP0051 California V Ale yeast (WLP013 London Ale works also)
Steep Crystal in 2 qts water at ~158 while setting up brew session (>1hr). Add LME to 6.5 gallons boiling water, bring back to boil, strain and rinse(1-2 qts water) Crystall into kettle, add Chinook & boil for 45 min add 2 oz Goldings boil for 15 min, at flameout add 2 oz Fluggles while chilling. Transfer to primary, pitch yeast when wort is < 80 deg, ferment at ambient of 60 to 70 deg for 7-10 days. Rack to secondary, add 1/4 oz Goldings for 7-14 days. Rack to keg (add Goldings)& force to 2.4 volumes or bottle(w/o Goldings) with 3/4 cup DME.
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