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Strawberry Milkshake IPA

Teeerow 3/20/2019 6:42:15 PM
  • 7° L
  • All Grain
  • 5.5 Gallon(s)
  • Unknown Style
  • 37 IBU
  • 7.9 % ABV

Ipa

Brewer 118207 3/18/2019 4:04:17 PM
  • 8° L
  • All Grain
  • 6.5 Gallon(s)
  • Unknown Style
  • 31 IBU
  • 4.9 % ABV

Just right IPA

Brewer 118207 3/8/2019 3:52:20 PM
  • 3° L
  • All Grain
  • 5 Gallon(s)
  • Unknown Style
  • 44 IBU
  • 7.0 % ABV

NEIPA with Citra hops and lactose

Teeerow 3/20/2019 5:08:59 PM
  • 5° L
  • All Grain
  • 5 Gallon(s)
  • Unknown Style
  • 8 IBU
  • 8.0 % ABV

bramling

The-Little-Wolf-Brewery 3/20/2019 10:28:19 AM
  • 9° L
  • All Grain
  • 25 Liter(s)
  • Unknown Style
  • 25 IBU
  • 7.3 % ABV

1492

The-Little-Wolf-Brewery 3/20/2019 8:40:38 AM
  • 7° L
  • All Grain
  • 23 Liter(s)
  • Unknown Style
  • 44 IBU
  • 6.2 % ABV

gose

The-Little-Wolf-Brewery 3/20/2019 8:19:20 AM
  • 3° L
  • All Grain
  • 23 Liter(s)
  • Unknown Style
  • 3 IBU
  • 4.8 % ABV

Reserve 14 of the 16 ounces of milled, acidulated malt. Mash the remaining 2 ounces acid malt with Pilsner and Wheat malts, along with rice hulls at 149?F (65?C) and hold for 45 minutes. Add remaining acid malt and continue to mash, stirring every 15 minutes, for another 45 minutes. Don’t worry if mash temperature falls slightly during secondary mash. Add heat to bring the mash temperature up to 168?F (76?C) and sparge at this temperature until runoff wort gravity reaches 1.008 (2? P) or pH 5.8 ...

red ale

The-Little-Wolf-Brewery 3/20/2019 7:56:35 AM
  • 21° L
  • All Grain
  • 23 Liter(s)
  • Unknown Style
  • 20 IBU
  • 5.7 % ABV

belgian pale

The-Little-Wolf-Brewery 3/20/2019 4:37:14 AM
  • 10° L
  • All Grain + Extract
  • 23 Liter(s)
  • Unknown Style
  • 51 IBU
  • 5.7 % ABV

potato ale

The-Little-Wolf-Brewery 3/20/2019 4:28:59 AM
  • 5° L
  • All Grain
  • 23 Liter(s)
  • Unknown Style
  • 32 IBU
  • 3.1 % ABV

What Styles Are These Recipes?

It's not uncommon for a homebrewer to craft a homebrew recipe that does not satisfy the specific guidelines of the BJCP style guidelines. For example, a homebrewer might make an IPA recipe and decide they want it to be more bitter or darker than the defined style.

There are plenty of great homebrew recipes that fall into this category and they should not be overlooked.

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