Help Support Aussie Homebrewer by donating:

  1. We have implemented the ability to gift someone a Supporting Membership now! When you access the Upgrade page there is now a 'Gift' button. Once you click that you can enter a username to gift an account Upgrade to. Great way to help support this forum plus give some kudos to anyone who has helped you.
    Dismiss Notice

Whats In The Glass

Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by jimmyjack, 15/12/07.

 

  1. Dan Pratt

    Well-Known Member

    Joined:
    28/1/10
    Messages:
    3,223
    Likes Received:
    1,233
    Gender:
    Male
    Posted 27/6/19
    This is from my cloudy IPA series

    Bring a Friend IPA

    6.5% ABV and 50 Ibu

    35% Pilsner
    30% Wheat
    30% Oats
    5% Light Crystal

    mashed at 66c for 1 hour

    Sulphate forward at ratio of 2:1

    90Min Boil

    FWH - Citra = 25ibu
    30Min - Citra/Mosaic = 15ibu
    Whirlpool @ end of boil - Citra/ Mosaic 3.5g per L ( combined ) Commence chill with IC after 5 mins of whirlpool and lock in those flavours. Takes about 5 mins to drop from 99c to 60c with the IC.

    Dry Hopped with Citra / Mosaic twice each time with 5g per L ( 2.5 Citra, 2.5 Mosaic ) - so total dry hop is 10g per L
    1. first dry hop at active high krausen, like a NEIPA beer
    2. second dry hop when yeast activity is close to terminal gravity
    Yeast = Danstar West Coast Ale BRY97 @ 19c

    Its not a NEIPA style beer but you get some of that biotransformation from the 1st hop addition. Its intentionally cloudy and soft on the palate but leaves a good firm bitterness that says "IPA"

    She is pungent on the nose, soft on the palate with hoppy flavour and bittering finish, fkn perfect!!

    upload_2019-6-27_11-31-1.png
     
  2. wide eyed and legless

    Pro Pro

    Joined:
    5/9/13
    Messages:
    6,086
    Likes Received:
    2,707
    Gender:
    Male
    Location:
    Mulgrave Victoria
    Posted 27/6/19
    An English bitter drawn from the cask/cube dry hopped with EKG and using a Chinese English Ale yeast, very impressed with the results shown so far with this yeast. Quick and the flocculation leaves behind a fairly solid lump, even gentle swirling didn't shift it.
    001.JPG 003.JPG
     
    malt and barley blues and razz like this.
  3. Brewer Tom

    Member

    Joined:
    22/11/18
    Messages:
    9
    Likes Received:
    5
    Location:
    Collaroy
    Posted 1/7/19
    Ordinary Bitter tonight, wonderfully malty and Brittish 20190701_125757.jpeg
     
    malt and barley blues likes this.
  4. malt and barley blues

    Well-Known Member

    Joined:
    2/3/12
    Messages:
    477
    Likes Received:
    152
    Gender:
    Male
    Posted 1/7/19
    Looks like you dropped half a walnut in there WEAL and it has swollen up.
     

Share This Page