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Watch out traditional West Coast IPAs, a feud is brewing! Beerie Smalls is our take on the emerging “East Coast” IPA trend, but it comes at a sessionable strength.
It is just what you would expect from a New England IPA (NEIPA): a delightfully smooth and creamy body, a dense cap of everlasting foam, lucious flavors reminiscent of tropical and citrus fruit juices, and that Notorious hazy appearance. Driven by loads of flame-out hop additions, Beerie Smalls finishes with a smooth bitterness and massive hop flavor - Who Hopped Ya? Two rounds of dry hopping round out the recipe by adding in-your-face aromas, because I like it when you call me Dry Hoppa’.
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Beer Kit Yield 5 Gallons Recipe and Instructions Click Here for Beerie Smalls All-Grain Kit Brewing Instructions Regional Style USA Original Gravity 1048 Total Time to Make 6 weeks
5.0 / 5.04 ReviewsUpdate to first reviewOk so a quick update now that I've got this thing kegged and carbed.. Drinking a glass with my brother as I type this.. It's a very good IPA but no where near a Julius or "Juicy type IPA". If I had to describe it, it still reminds me of a west coast IPA similar to Pliny the elder, without all the bitterness.. It has a very smooth finish, due to both the IBU's and the Vermont ale yeast.. The Aroma is amazing, very fruity with hints of floral, and the taste is fruity with a good balance between malt and hops, finishing with a very smooth biterness. I would definitely brew this again but I am still in search of that cloudy, glowing orange fruit bomb.October 4, 2016Fruit PunchFruity blast with a creamy mouth feel and just a touch of lingering bitterness. That's my description of a beer that hasn't even hit its prime yet. Smalls is only 3 weeks old in my keg right now. I skipped the secondary and dry hopped right in my primary while it was still fermenting. I dry hopped on day four and day seven of fermentation. I transferred to my keg on day 12 after I made sure it finished fermenting to 1.010. Wanted to try it young and continue tasting as the weeks went by. Keeps getting smoother and juicier.March 9, 2017Purchased
2 months agoCame out greatThis isn't the juicy hop bomb that many expect from an IPA, but a simple and cleaner east coast pale ale. The beer has a slight haziness and a crisp citrus hop profile. Came out great.January 19, 2017Purchased
7 months agoReally good "juicy" IPASo I've been brewing for about 3 years now and feel I have it down pretty darn good, but am still always learning.. With that said, I am also very good at drinking beer. I am from west coast and thought Pliny the Elder was the cats meow for an IPA, until I got my hands on a few cans of Heady Topper and thought it just couldn't get any better. Then I had a can of Julius and was blown away. Problem is I can't just walk into a bar and get any of those on tap, or walk into a store and pick up a 4 pk.. So I have been on a hunt for brewing the perfect east coast/juicy/NE IPA.. I saw this kit pop up and figured I'd use it to try as my first brew on my new Grainfather.. Needless to say I came out with 4.5 gallons into the fermenter. I gave it what I thought was 90 seconds with pure oxygen but realized after I pitched the yeast that I forgot to open the oxygen bottle.. I pitched an Omega Vermont IPA with no starter(supposedly not needed). SG-14.9 brixFG-7.1 brixABV-7%I do build my water from scratch from 100% R/O water. Cold crashing as we speak and going to keg tomorrow.. Took a taste and both aroma and flavor are awesome.. Will report back when it's legged and carbed but so far an awesome beer.September 27, 2016
Browse 1 question Browse 1 question and 3 answersWhat additional equipment is needed? I haven't ever done an Advanced Kit before.BEST ANSWER: Like the others said, but if you're going to stick with all grain for the future, go at least 10 gallon pot, even bigger if you're going to do high gravity beers in a BIAB method by chance as well. Do your research, internet/youtube are both powerful tools. Even your LHBS or nearby homebrew club can help you out.
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