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Dave and Dans- "Not So Pale" I.P.A.

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Dave and Dans- "Not So Pale" I.P.A.

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Beer Style: American IPA  (14B)
Recipe Type: extract
Yield: 5 US gallons

American IPA


It smells like an IPA , it taste like an IPA , it looks like,,, well , not an IPA
This beer is brewed with a dark extract and lots of hops and along with some crystal 90L , it produced one of the best tasting beers I've brewed yet. If you like IPA or other robust hoppy beers. This is for you


  • 6 lbs. Amber DME
  • 1/2 lb. Crystal 90L
  • 3 oz. Chinook hop pellets
  • 3 oz. (U.K.) goldings hop pellets
  • 5 gallons clean drinking water
  • 2 packets of English ale yeast
  • 1 tbsp. Fresh organic honey (optional)
  • 1 grain bag

Additional Instructions

Primary Ferment: 2 weeks

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Clean and sanitize any thing that will touch cooled wort.
Boil two gallons of clean drinking water and place in fermenter to cool.
Heat remaining three gallons of water to 150 degrees.
Using a grain bag steep your crystal 90L for 20-30 mins.
Bring to a boil and remove from heat.
Add extract and stir until disolved then bring to a boil again.
Add all three oz. of chinook hop pellets and time 1 hour.
Stir occasionally to prevent lumping or sticking .
Hydrate and proof yeast .
When 15 mins remain add 2 oz. Of Golding hop pellets. Stir
When 5 mins remain add remaining 1 oz Golding hop pellets
When the hour expires cool wort quickly in a ice water bath to a temp. of 80-90 degrees f.
Pour through strainer into fermenter