Any kits similar or close to brewdog punk ipa?

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Clint

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Eh? Google the recipe...unless you're trying to replicate via a kit..then you may only get similar.
 

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Young’s American IPA is miles better than any kit from the Range I have made even with pimping it.
As far as kits go it’s in my top 3
 

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This has been my quest for the last 12 months. The nearest i have got is a Range IPA kit, with quite a lot of dry hopping 100g of Citra, 50g of Chinook, and kit hops. It worked out quite expensive but IMO it was better then Punk IPA, it had a real citrus burst on the tongue. But you cant get the Range IPA kits anymore they have discontinued them, they do an APA kit, but not quite the same.
Ah right nice. I've just had a quick
This has been my quest for the last 12 months. The nearest i have got is a Range IPA kit, with quite a lot of dry hopping 100g of Citra, 50g of Chinook, and kit hops. It worked out quite expensive but IMO it was better then Punk IPA, it had a real citrus burst on the tongue. But you cant get the Range IPA kits anymore they have discontinued them, they do an APA kit, but not quite the same.
Ah right nice. I've just had a quick look and saw a post on here somewhere where someone said they're mangrove jacks kits repackaged for the range so could be worth trying the mangrove jacks ipa kits.
 

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Try adding some Nelson Sauvin hops to the dry hop, I've brewed Punk a couple of times (AG) and they really make a difference. Don't get carried away with them though, some people think they can smell 'catty!'
 

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Hi first time for me on here but Punk IPA caught my attention. Like you it's one of my favourite beers and was keen to replicate it. Soon discovered that Brew dog have put all their recipes on diydog. You can download 446 pages of all their recipes scaled down to homebrew sizes ie 20 litres for free! Alright they're not kits and you will need to buy all the ingredients separately but I have checked and all are available from Hop House and the Malt Miller!
 

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Hi first time for me on here but Punk IPA caught my attention. Like you it's one of my favourite beers and was keen to replicate it. Soon discovered that Brew dog have put all their recipes on diydog. You can download 446 pages of all their recipes scaled down to homebrew sizes ie 20 litres for free! Alright they're not kits and you will need to buy all the ingredients separately but I have checked and all are available from Hop House and the Malt Miller!
It’s a great ’book’ and written in a way to encourage people to brew their beers on home equipment.

Their Punk IPA recipe comes out (dare I say it) better than the real thing.

Black Hammer is also an awesome IPA that hasn’t been brewed by them for a while so the only way to get it is to brew it yourself!

 
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