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time01

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after a good hoppy American IPA recipe? would consider an English version also but leaning towards American.

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Have a look in the recipe db mate, whole section on IPA's

Bit hard to just give you a recipe, What ingredients do you have already?
 

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I have some stella and topaz hops, no biggie if I don't use them, although topaz sounds like it would be nice in an IPA, apart from that no other ingredients.
checked recipe data base only found 2 IPA extract recipes
 

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...mmm not used Topaz so sorry cant offer any advice on that one... or stella for that matter..

there was THIS discussion, maybe dig a little deeper and see what you can turn up on the hops

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time01 said:
checked recipe data base only found 2 IPA extract recipes
If you're comfortable with steeping spec grains then just swap out all of any AG recipe's base malt for extract. Bob's your great-aunt's nephew.

Maybe swap out some of the extract for ~500g of dex to account for the less fermentable nature of extract. Won't be exactly the same but no reason it can't be great.
 

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I'd probably start with this;

3kg LLME (2 cans) (or an IPA kit can & 1kg LDME)
500g Dex
250g Caramunich I (steep)

Then a bunch of hops of your choice
 

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