Style: 22A - Double IPA
Double Double is a DIPA made with 2 malts and 2 hops.
Full recipe is at brewersfriend, but here's the TL;DR
- Brewday: 2018-4-14
- Malts: Maris Otter, 2-Row
- Hops: Citra, Nelson Sauvin
- Yeast: SafAle S-04 (English Dry)
- OG 1.078, FG 1.010, ABV 8.9%
- kegged: 2018-4-28
brewday beer: River North's Mountain Haze
Lots of grains. 9.5kg for a 24L batch in a 7G bucket.
The bag was crazy heavy and I may have pulled something after lifting it out of the mash.
84g each of Nelson Sauvin and Citra
Brix reading which worked out to 1.078
2018-4-24: 360g (15g/L) Citra, Nelson Sauvin, and Hallertau Blanc (ran out of NS) dry hops added
2018-4-30 carbonated. Kegged 4-28. Tasting delicious!
2018-6-8: last pour before the keg kicked. Got mostly clear near the end.