First Brew IPA
Recipe added: 03/29/01
I just started brewing not that long ago, so I know my recipe is a really simple extract brew. However of the several recipes I have completed, the ones one I've tried,
and other homebrews that I have had, this was quite pleasing. A light brownish red in color, medium-to full body, a fair head, a sweet malty aroma, and a nice round flavor. If they sold this one in stores I'd buy the company out of business. Not too complicated, Not too weak, and best of all it's ready to drink in about 3 weeks. If you decide to try it, and I hope you do I think you'll definately enjoy the simplicity, and the reward.
Recipe type: Extract
Batch Size: 5 Gallons
Starting Gravity: 1.055
Finishing Gravity: 1.013
Time in Boil: 60 min.
Primary Fermentation: 9 Days
Secondary Fermentation: NA
Additional Fermentation: NA
- 1 can (4 lbs) pre-hopped Ironmaster IPA kit.
- 3 lbs. light DME
- 1 tbls Irish Moss
- 3/4 cup dextrose (for Priming)
- 1 packet of Edme ale yeast
Boil 2 and a half gallons water, with Liquid malt kit, and DME for 45 minutes. Add Irish moss for the last 15 minutes of the boil. cool wort, and Pitch yeast. Allow to ferment for about 9 days. Bottle. Makes approx. 42 12 oz. bottles.
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