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The NEIPA thread

Discussion in 'All Grain Brewing' started by devoutharpist, 4/8/19.

 

  1. devoutharpist

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    Posted 25/1/20
    Back on the hazy horse this weekend. Just finished re-brewing my last recipe but i upped the oats and wheat to 15% of each, as well as a touch of honey malt.

    Surprisingly easy mash with all the sticky adjunct grains. My only concern is the hops may have smelt a little oniony amoungst all the tropical scents. But we shall see
     
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    Posted 1/2/20
    I get onion from a number of hops, I think some people are a lot more sensitive to it than I am, which sucks for me. What do you think of honey malt?
     
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    Posted 13/2/20
    Sorry mates, kegged this about a week ago, i'll get some pics next time i pour one.

    I think with the increased oats and wheat this time, i probably needed a bit more of the honey malt. Didn't get any onion coming through in the finished product so that was a definite plus.

    Overall very drinkable, might dial the bitterness back a touch next time. Also at a bit of a loss of how to make it real "thick" looking as opposed to just hazy. Might need to play around with my dryhopping, i only do one giant charge early on during fermentation at the risk of introducing oxygen later on.
     
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    Posted 13/2/20
    I've just finished ready "The New IPA" by Scott Janish. I would recommend this 100%!

    Alot of the discussions in this thread are answered in it.
     
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    Posted 14/2/20
    Your link is a bit broken, fixed it for you here..
     
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    Posted 14/2/20
    Weird......

    You should all read The New IPA.
     
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    Posted 26/2/20 at 3:38 AM
    G'day fellas, putting a grain bill together for a NEIPA I want to brew, looking for some thoughts on it.

    4.5kg Marris Otter
    1kg Wheat
    600g Flaked Barley
    600g Flaked Oats
    150g Melanoidin
     
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    Posted 26/2/20 at 7:06 AM
    Can you share a little more info, eg. batch size, colour etc.,
     
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    Posted 26/2/20 at 9:43 PM
    What's the point of the flaked barley? What do you mean by wheat?
     
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    Posted 27/2/20 at 2:49 AM
    The batch size will be 23l. Hoping to get a deep yellow / orange colour. Going to ferment it with Safale
     
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    Posted 27/2/20 at 5:41 AM

    The batch size will be 23l. Hoping to get a deep yellow / orange colour. Going to ferment it with Safale S-33 yeast. The wheat is just a white wheat malt by Castle. I cant get flaked wheat a my LHBS, I've read that if you go 50/50 with flaked barely and oats it can be a substitute. Also using flaked barely to help with a creamy mouthfeel. The hop schedule is;

    10g Columbus first wort
    10g El Dorado/ Galaxy / Ekuanot 40min hopstand
    20g El Dorado / Galaxy / Ekuanot 20min hopstand
    35g El Dorado / Galaxy / Ekuanot dry hop day 2 and 5

    should come out at 6.6% if I hit my numbers and 36IBU
     
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    Posted 28/2/20 at 1:13 AM
    Your recipe software should give you a number for the colour but for that batch size you should be sitting around 11-12 EBC (depending on the brand of the malts) which should be good!

    I'd suggest you double the whirlpool/hopstand additions but your target IBU's sound about right (the perceived bitterness will be higher). I split my two dry hops about 30/70 but you can certainly go 50/50.

    Not convinced about the S-33 yeast, I'd personally be going for something else, have a read here - https://homebrewanswers.com/yeast-for-brewing-neipa/ - but if you like the results you've been getting with S-33 then go for it!

    No hard and fast rules here, just some feedback, take it or leave it - most important thing is to let us know how you get on! :)
     
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