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  • #11707
    Avatarozdevil
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    Gday All

    Love my beer and what is involved in beer.

    At the moment i am loving the Neipa style brews . these beers are not bitter and are refreshing full of flavour and fruity aromas and are very hoppy. and are very good summer beers .. They are very hazy to look at in other words when you look at a lager or a draught they are pretty clear and clean, you will find these beers will be cloudy in a sense which gives them the term hazy.

    This below is a beer i will be brewing in a few weeks time a NEIPA Milkshake and we all love milkshakes don’t we.
    Mind you this will not be for the faint hearted and cant handle a big beer and really this is only the bottom end of a big beer
    which will come in around 7.0% alcahol, the aromas and flavour will certainly be abundant with all the hop additions, but will not be to bitter as there is no bittering in this .


    NEIPA Milkshake
    New England IPA

    7.0% / 18.1 °P

    Recipe by

    All Grain

    ROBOBREW
    76% efficiency

    Batch Volume: 23 L
    Boil Time: 60 min

    Mash Water: 20.69 L

    Sparge Water: 12.43 L @ 75.6 °C

    Total Water: 33.12 L

    Boil Volume: 28 L

    Pre-Boil Gravity: 1.061

    Vitals
    Original Gravity: 1.075

    Final Gravity: 1.022

    IBU (Tinseth): 49

    Color: 11.4 EBC

    Mash
    Mash In — 66.7 °C — 60 min

    Malts (6.4 kg)
    5 kg (69.9%) — Gladfield American Ale Malt — Grain — 5 EBC
    600 g (8.4%) — Gladfield Wheat Malt — Grain — 4.2 EBC
    600 g (8.4%) — Oats, Flaked — Grain — 2 EBC
    200 g (2.8%) — BESTMALZ BEST Melanoidin (BESTMALZ) — Grain — 70 EBC
    Other (750 g)
    750 g (10.5%) — Milk Sugar (Lactose) — Sugar — 0 EBC
    Hops (410 g)
    30 g (15 IBU) — Citra 12% — Boil — 10 min

    30 g (17 IBU) — Galaxy 14% — Boil — 10 min

    45 g (6 IBU) — Citra 12% — Aroma — 15 min hopstand

    45 g (7 IBU) — Galaxy 14% — Aroma — 15 min hopstand

    45 g (6 IBU) — Mosaic (HBC 369) 12.25% — Aroma — 15 min hopstand

    45 g — Galaxy 14% — Dry Hop — day 3

    30 g — Citra 12% — Dry Hop — day 3

    30 g — Mosaic (HBC 369) 12.25% — Dry Hop — day 3

    45 g — Galaxy 14% — Dry Hop — day 6

    35 g — Citra 12% — Dry Hop — day 6

    30 g — Mosaic (HBC 369) 12.25% — Dry Hop — day 6

    Hopstand at 80 °C

    Miscs
    4 g — Calcium Chloride — Mash

    Yeast
    0 ml — White Labs WLP066 London Fog Ale Yeast
    Fermentation
    Primary — 19.4 °C — 3 days

    Secondary — 18 °C — 5 days

    Cold Crash — 4 °C — 2 days

    Carbonation — 4 °C — 7 days

    Carbonation: 2.3 CO2-vol

    Add the first round of dry hops on Day 3 of fermentation, add the second round on Day 6, rack to the keg on Day 8 and force carb. through Day 10.

    anyway wether you brew beer or just enjoy a beer what are you enjoying

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    #11708
    CommishCommish
    Participant

    Have fun… I’ll just buy mine pre packaged. Enjoying ‘Hop Thief’ at the moment…. word is, it is being discontinued.

    #11709
    Avatarozdevil
    Participant

    Have fun… I’ll just buy mine pre packaged. Enjoying ‘Hop Thief’ at the moment…. word is, it is being discontinued.

    its most likely going to be rebadge as something else , its not the 1st time James Squire brews have changed there names

    #11712
    CommishCommish
    Participant

    Have fun… I’ll just buy mine pre packaged. Enjoying ‘Hop Thief’ at the moment…. word is, it is being discontinued.

    its most likely going to be rebadge as something else , its not the 1st time James Squire brews have changed there names

    True… but it will be hard to hide the deep hoppy attitude of this one with just another name. If they do, it will be on my shopping list.
    There is a Canadian one out there as well with a very strange name that escapes me at present. Had it a couple of months ago and really enjoyed it. Haven’t seen it since.

    #11713
    MadamMadam
    Keymaster

    Have fun… I’ll just buy mine pre packaged. Enjoying ‘Hop Thief’ at the moment…. word is, it is being discontinued.

    its most likely going to be rebadge as something else , its not the 1st time James Squire brews have changed there names

    True… but it will be hard to hide the deep hoppy attitude of this one with just another name. If they do, it will be on my shopping list.
    There is a Canadian one out there as well with a very strange name that escapes me at present. Had it a couple of months ago and really enjoyed it. Haven’t seen it since.

    best piece of advice I’ve been given though rarely follow is to take a quick snap of the beer or wine you buy. If it’s a winner and you can’t remember what it’s called the next day. 💥 open your phone if you haven’t lost that.

    Works great for wine as I randomly pick bottles usually

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    #11714
    CommishCommish
    Participant

    Have fun… I’ll just buy mine pre packaged. Enjoying ‘Hop Thief’ at the moment…. word is, it is being discontinued.

    its most likely going to be rebadge as something else , its not the 1st time James Squire brews have changed there names

    True… but it will be hard to hide the deep hoppy attitude of this one with just another name. If they do, it will be on my shopping list.
    There is a Canadian one out there as well with a very strange name that escapes me at present. Had it a couple of months ago and really enjoyed it. Haven’t seen it since.

    best piece of advice I’ve been given though rarely follow is to take a quick snap of the beer or wine you buy. If it’s a winner and you can’t remember what it’s called the next day. 💥 open your phone if you haven’t lost that.

    Works great for wine as I randomly pick bottles usually

    That it is sound advice, but a quick trip to Dan’s, which I am not opposed to, should rectify the matter. Might pick up a couple of the Yugo beers I haven’t had for a while as well.

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    #11716
    AvatarDavidM
    Participant

    Winter .. Black and Tan
    Coopers Stout with Pale Ale
    Ummm
    Lovely

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    #11717
    MadamMadam
    Keymaster

    Winter .. Black and Tan
    Coopers Stout with Pale Ale
    Ummm
    Lovely

    Great choice the Black and Tan, just the way I like my women

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