Black Rock English IPA Recipe Kit

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Black Rock English IPA Recipe Kit
IPA’s are the beer of choice for most craft beer drinkers.  These styles started the craft beer revolution in the USA. But the UK and NZ have created their  own unique versions with local hops.  

To make a NZ version with a fresher hop aroma, swap out the dry hops with 100g Motueka.

Specification
Alcohol: 6% ABV
Bitterness: 60 IBU
Colour: 13 SRM

Ingredients
2x Black Rock Golden Ale 1.7kg 
400g Dextrose
1x Safale US05 Yeast
100g Styrian Golding Hops

Recipe
1. Clean & Sanitise fermenter and associated equipment for brewing.
2. Dissolve the 3.4 kg of liquid wort concentrate with the dextrose in 10 Litres of water in the fermenter. Fill to a total of 23 Litres with cold brewing water, achieving a starting wort temperature of 20 +/- 3°C.  
3. Sprinkle dried yeast onto wort surface and ferment for approximately 7 days.
4. Sprinkle the 100 grams of hop pellets on to beer surface and continue to ferment until a Final gravity of 1.012.
5. Bottle or Keg as usual.

 
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Black Rock English IPA Recipe Kit
IPA’s are the beer of choice for most craft beer drinkers.  These styles started the craft beer revolution in the USA. But the UK and NZ have created their  own unique versions with local hops.  

To make a NZ version with a fresher hop aroma, swap out the dry hops with 100g Motueka.

Specification
Alcohol: 6% ABV
Bitterness: 60 IBU
Colour: 13 SRM

Ingredients
2x Black Rock Golden Ale 1.7kg 
400g Dextrose
1x Safale US05 Yeast
100g Styrian Golding Hops

Recipe
1. Clean & Sanitise fermenter and associated equipment for brewing.
2. Dissolve the 3.4 kg of liquid wort concentrate with the dextrose in 10 Litres of water in the fermenter. Fill to a total of 23 Litres with cold brewing water, achieving a starting wort temperature of 20 +/- 3°C.  
3. Sprinkle dried yeast onto wort surface and ferment for approximately 7 days.
4. Sprinkle the 100 grams of hop pellets on to beer surface and continue to ferment until a Final gravity of 1.012.
5. Bottle or Keg as usual.

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