From Sam Masotto at Bonn Place Brewing, this isn't an IPA because it’s not fully English, but it is a nice hybrid, “strong,” hoppy pale ale! A blend of New World hops and English malt and yeast brewed in the traditional English style, single-infusion mash.
Sam Masotto 4 months ago
Batch size: 5 gallons (19 liters)
Brewhouse efficiency: 70%
8.5 lb (3.85 kg) U.K. pale, 2-row
3 lb (1.36 kg) U.K. pale, Maris Otter
1.25 lb ( 567 g) white wheat malt
8 oz (227 g) caramel/crystal 60L
HOPS & Additions SCHEDULE
1 oz (28 g) Cascade [5.5% AA] at FWH
0.5 oz (14 g) Pacific Gem or Pacific Jade [15% AA] at 50 minutes
0.5 oz (14 g) Cascade [5.5% AA] at 30 minutes
0.5 oz (14 g) Cascade [5.5% AA] at 15 minutes
0.5 oz (14 g) Pacific Gem or Pacific Jade [15% AA] at steep/whirlpool
1 oz (28 g) Pacific Gem or Pacific Jade [15% AA] at dry hop 1 (9 days)
1 oz (28 g) Cascade [5.5% AA] at dry hop 2 (5 days)
1.2 oz (35 g) gypsum Yeastex/Whirlfloc
London Ale III
Mash with the gypsum for 60 minutes at 152ºF (67°C). Vorlauf and sparge. Pitch the yeast at 70–80°F (21–27°C) and ferment at 68°F (20°C).
Enjoy, and thank you Mr. Harry! Let us know how it comes out…this is my wife’s favorite!
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