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- 9° L
- All Grain + Extract
- 5 Gallon(s)
- Unknown Style
- 136 IBU
- 6.5 % ABV
Description: This is a light orange colored beer with a very fruity, strong hop taste and a wonderful white head. Not too bitter, but very hoppy. This IPA has a strong smell of ripe grapefruit and is unlike any beer I've tasted. Delicious, refreshing, fruity, bright, sweet, bitter and happy, this is a fun beer to drink any time of the year. Ingredients: 4.5 lbs Pale Malt 2-row 1 lb Crystal Malt 40L 1 lb Carapils Malt 1 lb Wheat Malt 3 lbs Coopers Light DME 2 oz. Columbus 2 oz. Cascade 0.5 oz. ...
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