Hopslam Clone All Grain Recipe

Item Number: ag99-3496-4

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Huge NW hops, with a touch of honey.
Hopslam Clone All Grain Recipe

Huge late additions of Northwest Hops, bring the citrus and floral characters to the forefront. Balanced by a hefty malt bill, and a nice dose of honey, this is a highly drinkable IPA.

Yield : 5 Gallons
Original Gravity : 1.078
Final Gravity : 1.019
Color / SRM : 15.64
Alcohol by Volume : 7.74%
IBU (anticipated, alpha acids can fluctuate) : 132.5

Specialty Grains : CaraFoam, Crystal 60L, Victory
Hops : Cascade, Columbus, Chinook, Centennial

Recipe Includes : Base Malt Grain, Specialty Grains & Hops, Honey
View The Hopslam Clone All Grain Recipe Instructions here.

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Customer Reviews

Based on 12 reviews
That Damn Redhead
Great clone

I've brewed this twice now... the first time was a double batch (10g total) on a HERMS recirculating system and it was amazing. The second time was a single batch in my new Anvil Foundry, and even though I read the chart wrong and used too much water (so I missed my OG by a mile), it was still delicious! Can't say that about too many recipes, haha.


This was awesome. The only thing I did was to double the yeast with 2 smack packs of 1056 yeast. Super taste great carbonation and flavor. Strong!!!!

House of Ale Repute

I will be making this one again... and again...

Roy Munson
Better than the real thing

I've made several AIH kits and this one is the best. I've given out a lot of samples of this one and every person has said it is better than the real thing. I plan to brew this one again soon.


This kit turned out great but I did alter it a bit, I added an extra pound of honey and also about an extra ounce at flameout of Cascade. Made a big starter and also added a couple ounces of Simcoe to the secondary dry hop. Five weeks in the bottle and this is drinking fine.

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