An American-style IPA that we created to utilize a new high alpha hop named Summit.
Specialty malts: Caravienne®, Carapils®
Featured hops: Summit
O.G. = 1.072
F.G. = 1.015
Approximately 7.5% ABV
Approximately 245 Cal / 12 oz
Makes 5 US gallons
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I used this as a baseline to clone the Ninkasi Tricerahops IPA, a local brew from Eugene Oregon. After two weeks in the primary, I dry-hopped 2 ounces of Amarillo pellet hops to my secondary. When I bottled that two weeks later I thought, " Wow, I did it!" I was shooting for that distinct hoppy-apricot aftertaste. This is another great AHS IPA recipe and I plan to brew it again for springtime after my holiday and winter brews. Yummy!
Incredible homebrew. By far one of my favorites I have ever bought. All of my friends loved this beer and it even converted some to IPA's. This was the first beer I ever brewed that I did not give away to friends. Definite recommend!
With 2 oz summit hops @ 18% alpha, this beer has the powerful citrus hop character I love. Only a week has passed since bottling and it's really hard to resist cracking open another one "just to sample." I'll brew this one again!!
Mini-mash, and two weeks in the bottle. Don't see it lasting long, it's incredible. Great hop nose, and perfect malt/hop balance on the palate. DEFINITELY brewing this again. The only thing I did differently was let the beer sit in the secondary an extra five days.
Very good IPA with nice body and hop profile. I found an onion flavor attributable to the summit hops that got stronger with time and almost overpowering. I preferred this one two to three weeks after brewing, than what's left in the keg now. There will still be no problem finishing it.