Uruk-Hai IPA

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Uruk-Hai IPA

Postby southernoise » 04 Feb 2009, 23:00

Brewing an american styled IPA this weekend. Keeping it simple and wanna use up the Pride of Ringwood hops in my freezer. Think its been there for more than a year or two! :lol:

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Re: Uruk-Hai IPA

Postby keat » 04 Feb 2009, 23:42

so is this recipe, if I recall
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Re: Uruk-Hai IPA

Postby southernoise » 05 Feb 2009, 00:20

eh? i never posted this recipe before leh... but anyway... its been a while! :oops:
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Coming up: Uruk-hai IPA
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Re: Uruk-Hai IPA

Postby supermarc » 21 Apr 2009, 02:42

May I just enquire the length of time the brew stayed in the fermenter prior to bottling?

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Re: Uruk-Hai IPA

Postby southernoise » 22 Apr 2009, 09:11

Sad truth is I have all the ingredients in the fridge and thats it. Might as well eat dry malt. :lol: Probably pop this in when I settle down in my new place. Kegerator here I come! :lol:

I'd normally leave my ales in the fermenter for around 14 days @ 18-20 deg C and lowering it to 16 deg C for the last 3 days or so. No secondary.
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Dirty Water Brown, tweaked from Jamil's Brewing Classic Styles page 141
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