ew Englan IPA recipe

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  1. Nov 28, 2018 #1

    Craig007red

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    Hi

    Has anyone got or know the whereabouts of a good new england IPA recipe? Would love to have a crack at one of these as its probably my favourite type of beer!
     
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    Cheers lads, will take a look.
     
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    DIY Dog recipe for New England IPA w/Cloudwater doesn't look horrendous with 4.35kg malt (6.8% ABV apparently) and 199g of hops (Mosaic and Citra).
     
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    Looking good! What yeast did you choose?
     
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    I am going to use Mangrove Jacks Liberty Bell Ale M36 Yeast - probably not the best, but it's the best dry yeast I could find in stock at the Malt Miller.
     

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