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Homebrewed Columbus IPA
    Ingredients Used
    Additional Info
  • 2 LBS Crystal 20L
  • 13 LBS 2-Row
  • 1 OZ Columbus - 60 minutes
  • 1 OZ Columbus - 30 minutes
  • 4 OZ Columbus - 10 minutes
  • 1 Whirlfloc Tablet
  • White Labs English Alt Yeast
  • Estimated original gravity (OG): 1.058-62
  • Estimated IBU’s: 63-66
  • Estimated alcohol ABV %: 6
  • Suggested fermentation temperature: 68
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I Start by heating about 6 gallons of water.

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I then use Campden tablets to decholorinate my water.

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Getting the mash tun ready...

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The inside of the mash tun has a filter hose built into it.

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Putting grains into mash tun...

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My strike water is now ready to be poured into the mash tun.

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Pouring into the mash tun...

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Grab a beer while waiting for the grains to steep.

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Filtering the wort back into my brew kettle.

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Squeezing more wort out with a pot lid...

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Getting my hops ready and waiting for the wort to boil.

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I also sanitize my fermenter with Star-San in the mean time.

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I sanitize my wort chiller with Star-San as well.

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Throwing in the hops at the necessary intervals.

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Putting the wort chiller into the kettle with 5 mins to go. I also put a clarifier in (a Whirlfloc tablet).

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The wort chiller has now been sterilized, time to cool the wort!

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Cold water is going into one side of the wort chiller...

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Hot water coming out the other side of the wort chiller...

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Once the wort has chilled, I connect a sanitized hose to my brew kettle.

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I then pour the wort into my fermenter, pitch the yeast, and wait!

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My initial gravity hit about 1.050.

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The final product...