American IPA Recipe - Juicy Goosey

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Juicy Goosey

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All Grain
1 Gallon(s)
1.6 Gallon(s)
60 min
Comments  Brew Sessions (0)
Sparged at 172F so that there is always 1inch of wort above the grain bed. Lautering should happen at 1qt/min. Brewed on 1/29/17 Lautering went OK, definitely need to work on this. Did a nice, slow sparge, not sure of the flowrate. Got a decent amount of grains to come through though, very hard to keep an inch of wort above grain at all times. Sent the collected wort in kettle through a screen to remove excess grains. Got a slightly stuck sparge as well, might consider adding some rice hulls next time. Brewing Notes Target Strike Temp: 161.7F Actual Strike Temp: 165.5F Target Mash Temp: 152F Measured Mash Temp: 152F Mash Temp after 30 mins: 151.7F Mash Temp after 60 mins: 148F Preboil OG at 190F : 1.032 OG : 1.076 (Very rough estimate, lots of foam so made it hard to read range was 1.074-1.078, different from target OG due to lactose addition which supposedly adds 42ppg FG : 1.022 Numbers above correspond approximately with 80% efficiency as seen by calculations on right.


% lb fermentable ppg   L   usage  
80% 2 2-Row - US 37
14% 0.34 Pilsner - US 34
6% 0.16 Flaked Oats - US 37
2.5 lb


oz variety type usage time AA   IBU  
0.3 Cascade Leaf Dry Hop 14 days 5.8 0.0
0.2 Mosaic Pellet Boil 60 minutes 12.7 39.2
0.15 Mosaic Pellet Boil 30 minutes 12.7 22.6
0.2 Mosaic Pellet Flame Out 0 minutes 12.7 0.0
0.85 oz IBUs calculated using the Tinseth formula

Hop Summary

oz variety type AA
0.3 Cascade Leaf 5.8
0.55 Mosaic Pellet 12.7
0.85 oz  


name attenuation  
Fermentis Safale S-04 75%

Other Stuff

amount unit name usage
3 oz lactose Boil

Mash Steps

type heat temp °F time
Saccharification Rest Infusion 152 60 minutes

Special Instructions

  1. Add lactose with 15 minutes left in boil

Tasting Notes (1)


Tasted on 2/5/2017 by DasKorn


Dear lord, this beer, prior to carbonation and racking to secondary (dry hop addition) is delicious. Something I have never tasted before. It is sweet, very mildly malty, light in color and relatively average in body (although I added oats and lactose to increase mouthfeel). Crisp, light and floral to the nose. Definitely does not smell like an average, bitter IPA or double. The Mosaics are just packed with flavor and highlight, but do not over power the light, sweet malty flavor. This is a perfect base beer for future additions of vanilla beans, fruit, etc.

Recipe Facts

Juicy Goosey
American IPA
1.00 Gallons Liters
1.60 Gallons Liters  @  60  min
2.8° SRM
61.8 IBU (tinseth)
7.1% ABV
250 per 12oz
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