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Brut IPA

Unread postby Bigstew » Thu Mar 14, 2019 10:18 am

The new contol unit has arrived direct from Germany !! so I'm back online for brewing, my first brew will be a Brut IPA or a triple IPA finished with amyloglucosidase enzyme. Now with all the things I have read online the final gravity should be 0 plato. I usually keg 19 litres and bottle the remaing 4 litres to give as samples and to take to brew club I would like some advice on bottle carbonating such a high gravity/low plato beer. As the remaing yest would have been finished off with the high gravity and zero sugar left. My only experience with this came with two Belgian beers. One I used Danstar CBC and got bottle bombs and the other I used DME and got flat beer any thoughts would be welcome.
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Re: Brut IPA

Unread postby Fliegende Gans » Sat Apr 06, 2019 3:50 pm

Looking foward to reading how you get on.

I'm thinking of brewing one of these myself
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Re: Brut IPA

Unread postby mashy » Sat Apr 06, 2019 5:01 pm

Welcome back !!
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Re: Brut IPA

Unread postby Bigstew » Sun Apr 07, 2019 2:22 pm

Here is my attempt.
Brut I.P.A
10Kg Maris otter,
600Gms Caramel 40,
600Gms Wheat malt,
600Gms Rolled Oats,
1 Vial White labs WLP Ultra Therm,

Double mash in my 20 lire,
63C for 1 hour on each mash,
72C for 15 mins,
78C for 15 mins Mash out,

80 minute boil,

30Gms Citra @ 70 mins,
30Gms Calypso @ 70 mins,
40Gms Citra @ F/Out,
40Gms Calypso @ F/Out,
40Gms Simcoe @ F/Out,
50Gms Citra Dry Hop 3 days,
50Gms Calypso Dry Hop 3 days,
50Gms Simcoe Dry Hop 3 Days,

Safale US-05 X 3. 18Deg C till done.

Will keep you posted
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Re: Brut IPA

Unread postby Bigstew » Sun May 26, 2019 8:18 am

Its a belter, It rocked in at 12.1 % hop profile it not as large as I would have liked but a deep, dry , rich malty brew well chuffed, the keg was far better than the bottle conditioned one mainly due to the higher carbonation levels.
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Re: Brut IPA

Unread postby mashy » Sun May 26, 2019 8:40 am

All you've touched on something that I have been meaning to research.
I make all my beer for bottling.
I Intentionally double sugared a couple of bottles last time (from 1/2 tsp to 1) and the difference in flavour was quite surprising.
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Re: Brut IPA

Unread postby Fliegende Gans » Fri Jul 12, 2019 4:06 pm

:beer:
mashy wrote:Welcome back !!

Thanks! Not really been away, just don't post very often!
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