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Beer Style: American IPA
Recipe Type: extract
Yield: 5 US gallons
medium in color. Scent of citrus and floral smells are amazing, the taste is as great as it smells. and very nicely hopped.
Crack grains and steep in half gallon 150-160 degree water for 45 mins. Sparge with 1.5 gallons of water at 170 degrees. Add malt stirring it in and the gypsum and boil, add northern brewers hops after 30 mins. add cascade hops after 15 mins turn flames off. cool down and strain into enough water to make 5 gallons, Pitch yeast when temp is between 65-80 Ferment 10 days then rack to secondary and add 1.5 0z. of cascades for dry hopping allow 14 days for conditioning bottle and drink in 1 week very cold. Or allow to cold condition for two weeks, it's worth it.
Source: james johnson