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IBU: 41
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IBU: 60
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.45 Magnum IPA

.45 Magnum IPA

English IPA
Hillbilly Brewery
8 december 2017 kl 11:21

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Ölrecept

Mängd Koktid IBU OG FG ABV Kalorier / L Färg
28,0 L 60 min 52 1.054 SG 1.009 SG 5,9% 485 20 EBC
 

Malt

Namn Mängd % Typ Färg
Pale Malt (2 Row) UK 6,50 kg 91,5% Malt 6 EBC
 

Malningsgrad: 1,50%
Fuktighet: 4,00%
Utbyte: 78%
Potential: 1.036 SG
Enzymatisk aktivitet: 45,0 Lintner
Rekommenderad max giva: 100%
Protein: 10,1%
Mäskning rekommenderad: Ja
Ursprung: Storbritannien

Base malt for all English beer styles
Lower diastatic power than American 2 Row Pale Malt

Biscuit Malt 0,20 kg 2,8% Malt 45 EBC
 

Malningsgrad: 1,50%
Fuktighet: 4,00%
Utbyte: 79%
Potential: 1.036 SG
Enzymatisk aktivitet: 6,0 Lintner
Rekommenderad max giva: 10%
Protein: 10,5%
Mäskning rekommenderad: Ja
Ursprung: Belgian

Use for English ales, brown ales and porters.
Adds a biscuit like flavor and aroma.
Can be used as a substitute for toasted malt.

Crystal 100 0,20 kg 2,8% Malt 110 EBC
 

Malningsgrad: 1,50%
Fuktighet: 5,50%
Utbyte: 75%
Potential: 1.035 SG
Enzymatisk aktivitet: 0,0 Lintner
Rekommenderad max giva: 20%
Protein: 11,7%
Ursprung: Finland
Leverantör: Viking Malt

Special B Malt 0,20 kg 2,8% Malt 355 EBC
 

Malningsgrad: 1,50%
Fuktighet: 4,00%
Utbyte: 65%
Potential: 1.030 SG
Enzymatisk aktivitet: 0,0 Lintner
Rekommenderad max giva: 10%
Protein: 0,0%
Mäskning rekommenderad: Ja
Ursprung: Belgium

Extreme caramel aroma and flavored malt. Used in dark Belgian Abbey and Trappist ales. Unique flavor and aroma.

Humle

Namn Mängd Tid Användning Form Alfa IBU gr/L
East Kent Goldings (EKG) 20 gr 60 min Kok Pellets 5,00% 8,7 0,7

3.6 mg/L AA
3,5 AAU
Beta: 3,50%
HSI: 35,00%
Ursprung: Storbritannien

Also known as Canterbury Hops by some, although others will dispute this fact. East Kent Goldings gracefully defines the English Pale Ales and Ales produced by the region, it is quintessentially English.
Used for: English Ale, Porter, Scottish and Irish Ale, Stout, Strong Ale, ESB, Saison, Barleywine.
Aroma: Floral, aromatic, earthy, slightly sweet spicy flavor
Substitutes: First Gold, Fuggles, other Golding varieties, Progress, Target, and Whitbread Golding
Storage: Good/Fair 965-80% AA after 6 months at 20 C)
4-7% AA / 1.9-2.8% Beta

Magnum 15 gr 60 min Kok Pellets 12,00% 15,7 0,5

6.4 mg/L AA
6,3 AAU
Beta: 5,25%
HSI: 15,00%
Ursprung: U.S.

High-alpha hop with clean, neutral bitterness. Can be used in almost any recipe.
Used for: Ale, Lager, Stout, hefeweizen, IPA, Bitter
Aroma: No distinctive aroma characteristics
Substitutions: German Magnum, CTZ, Nugget
Storage: Excellent/Very good (80%-85% AA after 6 months at 20 C)
10-14% AA / 4.5-7% Beta

East Kent Goldings (EKG) 40 gr 20 min Kok Pellets 5,00% 10,6 1,4

7.1 mg/L AA
7,1 AAU
Beta: 3,50%
HSI: 35,00%
Ursprung: Storbritannien

Also known as Canterbury Hops by some, although others will dispute this fact. East Kent Goldings gracefully defines the English Pale Ales and Ales produced by the region, it is quintessentially English.
Used for: English Ale, Porter, Scottish and Irish Ale, Stout, Strong Ale, ESB, Saison, Barleywine.
Aroma: Floral, aromatic, earthy, slightly sweet spicy flavor
Substitutes: First Gold, Fuggles, other Golding varieties, Progress, Target, and Whitbread Golding
Storage: Good/Fair 965-80% AA after 6 months at 20 C)
4-7% AA / 1.9-2.8% Beta

Magnum 15 gr 20 min Kok Pellets 12,00% 9,5 0,5

6.4 mg/L AA
6,3 AAU
Beta: 5,25%
HSI: 15,00%
Ursprung: U.S.

High-alpha hop with clean, neutral bitterness. Can be used in almost any recipe.
Used for: Ale, Lager, Stout, hefeweizen, IPA, Bitter
Aroma: No distinctive aroma characteristics
Substitutions: German Magnum, CTZ, Nugget
Storage: Excellent/Very good (80%-85% AA after 6 months at 20 C)
10-14% AA / 4.5-7% Beta

East Kent Goldings (EKG) 40 gr 5 min Kok Pellets 5,00% 3,5 1,4

7.1 mg/L AA
7,1 AAU
Beta: 3,50%
HSI: 35,00%
Ursprung: Storbritannien

Also known as Canterbury Hops by some, although others will dispute this fact. East Kent Goldings gracefully defines the English Pale Ales and Ales produced by the region, it is quintessentially English.
Used for: English Ale, Porter, Scottish and Irish Ale, Stout, Strong Ale, ESB, Saison, Barleywine.
Aroma: Floral, aromatic, earthy, slightly sweet spicy flavor
Substitutes: First Gold, Fuggles, other Golding varieties, Progress, Target, and Whitbread Golding
Storage: Good/Fair 965-80% AA after 6 months at 20 C)
4-7% AA / 1.9-2.8% Beta

East Kent Goldings (EKG) 50 gr 20 min Whirlpool Pellets 5,00% 6,6 1,8

8.9 mg/L AA
8,8 AAU
Beta: 3,50%
HSI: 35,00%
Ursprung: Storbritannien

Also known as Canterbury Hops by some, although others will dispute this fact. East Kent Goldings gracefully defines the English Pale Ales and Ales produced by the region, it is quintessentially English.
Used for: English Ale, Porter, Scottish and Irish Ale, Stout, Strong Ale, ESB, Saison, Barleywine.
Aroma: Floral, aromatic, earthy, slightly sweet spicy flavor
Substitutes: First Gold, Fuggles, other Golding varieties, Progress, Target, and Whitbread Golding
Storage: Good/Fair 965-80% AA after 6 months at 20 C)
4-7% AA / 1.9-2.8% Beta

East Kent Goldings (EKG) 180 gr 7 dgr Torrhumling Pellets 5,00% 0,0 6,4

32.1 mg/L AA
31,7 AAU
Beta: 3,50%
HSI: 35,00%
Ursprung: Storbritannien

Also known as Canterbury Hops by some, although others will dispute this fact. East Kent Goldings gracefully defines the English Pale Ales and Ales produced by the region, it is quintessentially English.
Used for: English Ale, Porter, Scottish and Irish Ale, Stout, Strong Ale, ESB, Saison, Barleywine.
Aroma: Floral, aromatic, earthy, slightly sweet spicy flavor
Substitutes: First Gold, Fuggles, other Golding varieties, Progress, Target, and Whitbread Golding
Storage: Good/Fair 965-80% AA after 6 months at 20 C)
4-7% AA / 1.9-2.8% Beta

Övriga ingredienser

Namn Mängd Typ Användning Tid
PH 5.2 Stabilizer 19,53 gr Vattenjustering Mäskning 60 min

Används till: Vattenjustering

PH 5.2 Stabilizer by Five Star is a prioprietary mix of phosphate buffers used to lower the PH of your Mash to 5.2 for brewing.

Protafloc 0 gr Klarning Kok 20 min

Används till: Klarning

Yeast Nutrient 7 gr Övrigt Primärjäsning 3 dgr

Används till: Jäsning

Gives yeast nutrients for healthy fermentation. Not needed for most beers, but good for those with a high percentage of adjuncts. Add before yeast.

Jäst

Namn Produkt ID Labb Form Förjäsbarhet Temperatur
Safale American US-05 DCL/Fermentis Torr 77% 15°C - 24°C

Typ: Ale
Flockulering: Medium
Bäst till: American ale, other clean finish ales
Max antal generationer: 5
Generation: 0

American ale yeast that produces well balanced beers with low diacetyl and a very clean, crisp end palate.

Mäskning

Namn Typ Vatten Stegtemperatur Höjningstid Stegtid
Inmäskning Infusion 18,52 L 64°C 2 min 75 min
Utmäskning Temperatur 0,00 L 75°C 10 min 10 min

Malt

Humle

12C. Pale Commonwealth Beer

Stilguide

BJCP 2015

Typ

Ale

OG

1.050 - 1.075

FG

1.010 - 1.018

IBU

40 - 60

Färg

12 - 28

Anteckningar

A hoppy, moderately-strong, very well-attenuated pale British ale with a dry finish and a hoppy aroma and flavor. Classic British ingredients provide the best flavor profile. History: Accounts of its origins vary, but most agree that what became later known as IPA was pale ale prepared for shipment to India in the late 1700s and early 1800s. George Hodgson of the Bow Brewery became well-known as an exporter of IPA during the early 1800s, and is the first name frequently mentioned with its popularity. As with all English beers with a long history, the popularity and formulation of the product changed over time. Burton breweries with their high-sulfate water were able to successfully brew IPA and began their domination of this market by the 1830s, around the time the name India Pale Ale was first used. Strength and popularity declined over time, and the style virtually disappeared in the second half of the 20th century. The name was often used to describe pale ales and bitters, not anything special (a trend that continues in some modern British examples). The style underwent a craft beer rediscovery in the 1980s, and is what is described in these guidelines. Modern examples are inspired by classic versions, but shouldn’t be assumed to have an unbroken lineage with the exact same profile. White Shield is probably the example with the longest lineage, tracing to the strong Burton IPAs of old and first brewed in 1829. Style Comparison: Generally will have more finish hops and less fruitiness and/or caramel than British pale ales and bitters. Has less hop intensity and a more pronounced malt flavor than typical American versions.

Förebild

Freeminer Trafalgar IPA, Fuller's Bengal Lancer IPA, Meantime India Pale Ale, Ridgeway IPA, Summit True Brit IPA, Thornbridge Jaipur, Worthington White Shield

Ingredienser

Pale ale malt. English hops are traditional, particularly as finishing hops. Attenuative British ale yeast. Refined sugar may be used in some versions. Some versions may show a sulfate character from Burton-type water, but this is not essential to the style.

Profil

Aroma: A moderate to moderately-high hop aroma of floral, spicy-peppery or citrus-orange in nature is typical. A slightly grassy dry-hop aroma is acceptable, but not required. A moderately-low caramel-like or toasty malt presence is optional. Low to moderate fruitiness is acceptable. Some versions may have a sulfury note, although this character is not mandatory. Appearance: Color ranges from golden to deep amber, but most are fairly pale. Should be clear, although unfiltered dry-hopped versions may be a bit hazy. Moderate-sized, persistent head stand with off-white color. Flavor: Hop flavor is medium to high, with a moderate to assertive hop bitterness. The hop flavor should be similar to the aroma (floral, spicy-peppery, citrus-orange, and/or slightly grassy). Malt flavor should be medium-low to medium, and be somewhat bready, optionally with light to medium-light biscuit-like, toasty, toffee-like and/or caramelly aspects. Medium-low to medium fruitiness. Finish is medium-dry to very dry, and the bitterness may linger into the aftertaste but should not be harsh. The balance is toward the hops, but the malt should still be noticeable in support. If high sulfate water is used, a distinctively minerally, dry finish, some sulfur flavor, and a lingering bitterness are usually present. Some clean alcohol flavor can be noted in stronger versions. Oak is inappropriate in this style. Mouthfeel: Smooth, medium-light to medium-bodied mouthfeel without hop-derived astringency, although moderate to medium-high carbonation can combine to render an overall dry sensation despite a supportive malt presence. A low, smooth alcohol warming can and should be sensed in stronger (but not all) versions. Comments: The attributes of IPA that were important to its arrival in good condition in India were that it was very well-attenuated, and heavily hopped. Simply because this is how IPA was shipped, doesn’t mean that other beers such as Porter weren’t also sent to India, that IPA was invented to be sent to India, that IPA was more heavily hopped than other keeping beers, or that the alcohol level was unusual for the time. Many modern examples labeled IPA are quite weak in strength. According to CAMRA, “so-called IPAs with strengths of around 3.5% are not true to style.” English beer historian Martyn Cornell has commented that beers like this are “not really distinguishable from an ordinary bitter.” So we choose to agree with these sources for our guidelines rather than what some modern British breweries are calling an IPA; just be aware of these two main types of IPAs in the British market today.