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Black Rock "New England IPA" Recipe Idea

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Black Rock "New England IPA" Recipe Idea
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Black Rock "New England IPA" Recipe Idea

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The hottest beer style in the US right now, NEIPA is the hazy IPA with orange juice-like characteristics derived from the dry-hopping of New World hops Recipe Ingredients: (available by clicking on accessories) 1*1.7 kg Black Rock Pale Ale 1*1.7 kg Black Unhopped Wheat 11.5 g S04 yeast 100g Mosaic Hops 100g Citra Hops Clarification agent/finings   Brewing •Clean & sanitise fermenter and associated equipment for brewing.• Mix the 3.4 kg of wort concentrate with 3 Litres of boiling water in a large jug and add to the fermenter. Use some hot water to rinse out the cans. •Fill to a total of 21 Litres with quality cold brewing water, aerating the wort with a spoon or paddle as you go. •When the wort temperature of 17-23°C, sprinkle the yeast onto the surface of the wort and stir in. •Ferment for 2 days at 12-25°C (ideally 15-20°C), then sprinkle 50g grams of Mosaic and 50g of Citra hop pellets on to the beer surface and continue to ferment. •After 4 days of fermentation sprinkle the remaining 50g of Citra and 50g of Mosiac hop pellets on to the fermenting beer surface. Leave to finish fermentation for approximately 3 more days until a final gravity of around 1012. •Chill beer to 1-2°C. •After 36-48 hours, bottle and cold store for 3 weeks, or keg and condition for 3-5 days then enjoy! Specification: Alcohol:      4.5% ABVBitterness: 30 IBUColour:        6 SRM Additional Black Rock recipes http://blackrock.co.nz/beer-recipes


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