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JamMin 3CPA - AX - Columbus

JamMin 3CPA - AX - Columbus

American IPA : Extract : 5 gal

3CPA Extract IPA CTZ version

All extract IPA with Columbus hops.

November 1, 2012 at 10:18am

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Ingredients (Extract5 gal)

  • 9 lbs CBW® Golden Light Liquid (Malt Extract); Briess

    CBW® Golden Light Liquid (Malt Extract); Briess

    Malty flavor. Characteristics & Applications: • CBW® Golden Light is a liquid, 100% pure malted barley extract made from 100% Briess malt and water. • CBW® Golden Light can be used in the production of all extract beer styles and to adjust the color, flavor and gravity of all grain beers. • Advantages of using extract in a brewhouse include: o Save time. o Increase capacity/boost productivity. o Extends the brew size by adding malt solids to the wort. o Boost gravity. o Adjust color. o Improve body and head retention. • Briess Malt & Ingredients Company is the only vertically integrated malting company in North America. That means we make our pure malt extracts from our own malt so you are assured of receiving only the fullest flavored, freshest, pure malt extracts for top brewhouse performance. Applications: • All styles of extract beer, and to adjust the color, flavor and gravity of all grain beers.

  • 1.00 lbs White Table Sugar (Sucrose)

    White Table Sugar (Sucrose)

    Common household table/baking sugar. Lightens flavor and body of beer. Can contribute a cider-like flavor to the beer if not cold-fermented or used in large quantities.

  • 0.5 oz Columbus - 15.0 AA% pellets; boiled 60 min

    Columbus

    Used mainly for bittering with some flavor qualities as well. Aroma is pleasant.

  • 1.00 oz Columbus - 15.0 AA% pellets; boiled 10 min

    Columbus

    Used mainly for bittering with some flavor qualities as well. Aroma is pleasant.

  • 1.00 oz Columbus - 15.0 AA% whole; boiled 5 min

    Columbus

    Used mainly for bittering with some flavor qualities as well. Aroma is pleasant.

  • 1.00 oz Columbus - 15.0 AA% whole; boiled 1 min

    Columbus

    Used mainly for bittering with some flavor qualities as well. Aroma is pleasant.

  • 2 oz Columbus - 15.0 AA% whole; added dry to secondary fermenter

    Columbus

    Used mainly for bittering with some flavor qualities as well. Aroma is pleasant.

  • 2 tsp Whirlfloc Tablets (Irish moss) - (omitted from calculations)

    Whirlfloc Tablets (Irish moss)

    Enhanced Irish Moss in convenient tablet form

  • Fermentis US-05 Safale US-05

    Fermentis US-05 Safale US-05

    The most famous ale yeast strain found across America, now available as a ready-to-pitch dry yeast. Produces well balanced beers with low diacetyl and a very clean, crisp end palate. Sedimentation: low to medium. Final gravity: medium. Pitching instructions: Re-hydrate the dry yeast into yeast cream in a stirred vessel prior to pitching. Sprinkle the dry yeast in 10 times its own weight of sterile water or wort at 27C± 3C(80F ±6F). Once the expected weight of dry yeast is reconstituted into cream by this method (this takes about 15 to 30 minutes), maintain a gentle stirring for another 30 minutes. Then pitch the resultant cream into the fermentation vessel. Alternatively, pitch dry yeast directly in the fermentation vessel providing the temperature of the wort is above 20C(68F). Progressively sprinkle the dry yeast into the wort ensuring the yeast covers all the surface of wort available in order to avoid clumps. Leave for 30 minutes and then mix the wort e.g. using aeration.

Style (BJCP)

Category: 14 - India Pale Ale (IPA)

Subcategory: B - American IPA

Range for this Style
Original Gravity: 1.070 1.056 - 1.075
Terminal Gravity: 1.011 1.010 - 1.018
Color: 7.2 SRM 6 - 15
Alcohol: 7.8% ABV 5.50% - 7.50%
Bitterness: 47.6 IBU 40.00 - 70.00

Discussion

3CPA Extract IPA CTZ version

Brew this Extract version regularly, house regular at our place.

2012-11-01 10:20am

Good for a higher abv, easy to brew citrus hop flavor IPA with mellow balanced bitterness. The table sugar helps dry out the sweetness to avoid to high of a final gravity.

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