Midwest Peninsula IPA Recipe Kit

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Midwest Peninsula IPA Recipe Kit

This IPA is "C" hops through and through. Full of grapefruit, citrus, floral and pine notes, all balanced by hefty malt bill.

Yield : 5 Gallons
Original Gravity : 1.063
Final Gravity : 1.016
Color / SRM : Amber
Alcohol by Volume : 6.10%
IBU (anticipated, alpha acids can fluctuate) : 68

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

Recipe Includes : Liquid Malt, Specialty Grains in a grain bag & Hops
View The Midwest Peninsula IPA Recipe Kit Instructions here.

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Customer Reviews

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Paul Peters
Great IPA

Simple to make. Just tapped it last night from my Keg. Turned out good. I dry hopped the last ounce of Centennial in my secondary carboy for about 10 days. Nice, bold, piney taste you can expect from the C hops used. I recommend it.

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William Niswander
Very tasty!

Love this one. For an extract it has a very nice full taste.

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Casey
Great beer with a little time

I don't see this batch lasting long. Gave this 2 w primary, 1 w secondary for dry hop, 3 w carb and 3 w in fridge to cold condition and it is getting really good! At the 2 w mark it was a little bland yet, but after the 3rd the malt profile was starting to come to play. The hops really shine through this one. If I made this again I'd use the liquid yeast vs the S-04 and their shipping is so fast I wouldn't hesitate to order liquid from them.

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Jonathan Stauffer
Great IPA

I brewed this one with a single difference to the directions and added the second round of hops two minutes earlier (17minutes versus 15) to obtain a desired IBU range. 1.5 weeks in primary and another 1.5 in secondary. After bottled for a single week they were carbonated nicely but there was a tingy, overpowering maltiness in the aroma but the hop profile was there. Overtime that completely went away and 3+ weeks after bottling this is a really fine example of an IPA. Had a friend of a friend, who is a certified BJCP judge review the beer and it scored a 42/50 being in the "excellent" range. Said it reminded him of one of the older Stone IPA recipes. Would absolutely brew this one again. Thanks, AIH!

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Russell
Great brew!!

This was my 2nd brew and 1st IPA. What a great brew. Added 1oz of Amarillo hops during secondary. Wow, what a hop blast. Crisp, aromatic, very flavorful. Carbonated very well, got a thick head that lasts and lasts. Will be brewing this on a regular basis.

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