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Beer Style: American IPA
Recipe Type: extract
Yield: 5 US gallons
Dark Amber Color, Nice Malty Flavor, Mix of Hops & PACMAN Yeast give it a nice touch!
Heat 1 1/2 gal. of Water to 155°F and steep Grain for 30 minutes. Remove Grain and add 1 1/2 more gals. of Water & bring to a boil. Remove from Heat & add Extracts. Stir until Malts are completely dissolved & add Willamette Hops. Continue boiling for 50 Minutes then last 10 minutes add Cascade Hops. Turn off heat & crash cool in a sink or bucket of ice. Strain wort into sterilized fermenter. Add sufficient sterilized Water to equal 5 gals. When at 90° F, pitch yeast. Let beer ferment between 60° F and 70° F for at least two weeks or until you are sure the fermentation is complete. Then boil 1 cup water with 3/4 Cup of corn sugar and add this solution to fermented beer for priming. Bottle and cap. Allow to sit at room temperature for 3 weeks & when ready to drink chill bottles then open and enjoy!