American IPA Recipe - Session IPA - From Tony

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Session IPA - From Tony

by on
All Grain
7 Gallon(s)
8.2 Gallon(s)
60 min
I set batch size to 7 gallons because i plan on leaving quite a bit in the kettle, I don't want any hops in the fermenter.

This recipe was cloned from Session ipa.


% lb fermentable ppg   L   usage  
91% 10 2-Row - US 37
5% 0.6 Caramel/Crystal 20 - US 35
4% 0.4 Flaked Oats - US 37
11 lb


oz variety type usage time AA   IBU  
1.2 Magnum Pellet Boil 60 minutes 12.0 38.1
2 Amarillo Pellet Flame Out 0 minutes 9.0 0.0
2 Citra Pellet Flame Out 0 minutes 12.0 0.0
2 Amarillo Pellet Dry Hop 7 days 9.0 0.0
2 Citra Pellet Dry Hop 7 days 12.0 0.0
9.2 oz IBUs calculated using the Tinseth formula


name attenuation  
White Labs California Ale WLP001 82%

Other Stuff

amount unit name usage
2 tsp Irish Moss Boil
0.5 tsp Yeast Nutrient Primary

Mash Steps

type heat temp °F time
Saccharification Rest Direct Heat 149 60 minutes

Special Instructions

This recipe does not have any special instructions.

Tasting Notes (1)


Tasted on 2/4/2015 by SingleSpeed


Great aroma and taste


HaybrewsLife begins at 40. 1.040, that is.
11/4/2014 5:12 PM
SingleSpeedHA! I thought it was 60. 1.60, that is :)
11/7/2014 12:14 PM
HaybrewsReducing it for you youngsters. ;)
11/7/2014 1:14 PM
HaybrewsIt looks like you almost got to the beginning of life. 1.053, huh?
11/19/2014 2:03 AM
Brewer 103659
Brewer 103659Great recipe mate - can I ask if you dry hop 'for 7 days' before pitching the yeast OR 'at 7 days' when racking? Will give it a go as my first all grain brew.
6/7/2015 11:29 PM
HaybrewsSingleSpeed would have transferred (racked) this beer to a secondary carboy when the yeast quit fermenting, usually within a week or when the beer reached his targeted FG (1.009). Dry hops would have been added to this secondary carboy and let float in the transferred beer for 7 days.
6/10/2015 2:22 PM
SingleSpeedHa, thanks Haybrews! That is correct. I actually just left it in the primary and dumped in the hops, about 1 week after pitching the yeast. Let them sit for 7 days and then I put the carboy in the fridge to cold crash.
6/10/2015 3:33 PM
Brewer 103659
Brewer 103659Cheers fellas - can't wait to give it a whirl. Great hop selection.
6/10/2015 8:00 PM
HaybrewsHey, I thought I was the only one who dropped dry hops into the primary!
6/11/2015 10:11 AM
WyoMikeythe video looks like you got a 5 gal batch but recipe says 7 gal, so I think the efficiency is more like 65% not 91%
4/12/2016 5:13 PM
YYCI watched the video on making this and it was great! My only question is the dry hop - did you skip it, or add it at a later date?
12/11/2016 1:06 PM
SingleSpeedWhat's up YYC? Thanks for watching. I added the dry hops about 7-9 days after pitching the yeast. I just remove the airlock and dump in the pellets. I then cold crash about 5-6 days later for 48 hours before kegging. So pitch yeast, 8 days later add dry hops, 5 days later start cold crash, 2 days later keg or bottle.
12/12/2016 3:51 PM
YYCExcellent - thanks SingleSpeed. As you can probably tell, i'm a newbie. I think I'll choose this recipe for my first shot at an all grain brew. It sounds delicious!
12/12/2016 5:07 PM

Recipe Facts

Session IPA - From Tony
American IPA
7.00 Gallons Liters
8.20 Gallons Liters  @  60  min
3.3° SRM
38.1 IBU (tinseth)
5.6% ABV
174 per 12oz
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