Matti - Centennial Seasion IPA

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Matti - Centennial Seasion IPA

Post by ArmChair » Wed Dec 10, 2014 11:35 am


Matti - Centennial Session IPA

Opens with a good hiss and pours a wonderful amber colour that is crystal clear and has a bright white head that has good retention and lacing.

On the nose, you pick up a fresh pine and a mild citrus aroma.

On the flavour, and you get this wonderful pine and green glass flavour, this is very crisp and refreshing. I'm guessing this ale has been heavily dry hopped. There is also a sweet caramel flavour that comes late on after the first couple of mouthfuls.

There is a medium to light body on this, And the carbonation is light, but just the right amount. There is also a good amount of lacing on the glass.

I would be interested in the recipe for this, very will brewed.
FV1 AG#95 Farwell Freddy
Litres Brewed in :
2013 - 655
2014 - 719
2015 - 726
2016 - 74
Started BIAB 11/02/2013


Re: Matti - Centennial Seasion IPA

Post by matti » Wed Dec 10, 2014 11:58 am

Thanks for the review ArmChair.

Here is the recipe for 38 Litres.

Brew date: 27th September
Water was treated to the dry pale ale profile using the water treatment calculator.

Crisp Pale ale malt: 8.1KG - 84.3%
Munich malt 1KG - 10.4%
Crystal malt 30L/60EBC 0.512KG - 5.3%
Mash at 67c for 1 hour

Hops all centennial at 9.7% AA. Boil for 1 hour
50g @ 60 minutes
50g @ 10 minutes
100g @ 0 minutes (steeped for 15 minutes)
100g dry hop for 4 days

Yeast: WLP007 - Dry English Ale.

OG: 1.051
FG: 1.010
ABV 5.4%
IBU - 60

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