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IPA

Rednose 4/10/2018 12:00:04 PM
  • 4° L
  • All Grain
  • 11 Liter(s)
  • Unknown Style
  • 64 IBU
  • 5.5 % ABV

Session IPA

Brewer 115808 4/13/2018 6:20:29 PM
  • 4° L
  • All Grain
  • 5 Gallon(s)
  • Unknown Style
  • 98 IBU
  • 5.0 % ABV

First use of brew in a bag for mash.

Hops Chocolate Milk Stout

HouseOfHops 4/6/2018 11:06:14 AM
  • 43° L
  • All Grain
  • 5.5 Gallon(s)
  • Unknown Style
  • 28 IBU
  • 6.6 % ABV

Moreland blonde

Brewer 115526 3/8/2018 11:14:09 AM
  • 15° L
  • All Grain + Extract
  • 5 Gallon(s)
  • Unknown Style
  • 40 IBU
  • 5.4 % ABV

Clone Of Witbier bringebaer

habbis 4/13/2018 1:26:43 AM
  • 3° L
  • All Grain
  • 23 Liter(s)
  • Unknown Style
  • 66 IBU
  • 5.8 % ABV

Witbier bringebaer

Mortenaga 3/19/2018 1:11:19 PM
  • 3° L
  • All Grain
  • 23 Liter(s)
  • Unknown Style
  • 66 IBU
  • 5.8 % ABV

Lovers lite

Drunken-Fish 3/26/2018 5:31:00 AM
  • 5° L
  • All Grain
  • 5 Gallon(s)
  • Unknown Style
  • 48 IBU
  • 5.8 % ABV

iPA 1.2

squaremile 2/8/2018 8:16:19 PM
  • 6° L
  • All Grain
  • 3.5 Gallon(s)
  • Unknown Style
  • 42 IBU
  • 3.0 % ABV

Notes: First C60. Mash pH must have been low given what it was after boil. Observe this and whether it will influence attenuation. It didn't impact mash efficiency which is pretty much 59% for every beer like this. Firsy dry hop fell in 12hr, and aroma was somewhat lacking. Added second dry hop. Partial Boil Process 1. Mash with 2 gallons of water, and 1g Gyps, 1g CaCl 2. Bring to a boil, add hops and 2g Gyps, 2g Eps, 2g CaCl 3. After boil add 2 gallons of cold water OG/pH: 7.8, 5.06 ...

1st APA

Brewer 115775 4/12/2018 4:51:13 PM
  • 14° L
  • All Grain
  • 5 Gallon(s)
  • Unknown Style
  • 55 IBU
  • 6.8 % ABV

American Amber

JennCurt 4/11/2018 11:31:14 AM
  • 21° L
  • All Grain
  • 10 Gallon(s)
  • Unknown Style
  • 31 IBU
  • 5.4 % 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.

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