- Product Details
- This American IPA beer kit has a relatively modest gravity and an immodest hop character derived entirely from a single hop variety. Chinook hops have long been used by US brewers for bittering additions, but their intense aroma and flavor have caught on only recently. This kit is a bit lower in gravity and lighter in body than our other IPA recipe kits, which enhances the perceived bitterness and reduces the aging requirements. It shows up in the glass with a reddish-gold color and a thick, resinous Chinook aroma that lingers after the glass is emptied.
- Additional Information
Beer Kit Yield 5 Gallons Recipe and Instructions Click here for Chinook IPA All-Grain Kit Brewing Instructions Regional Style USA Original Gravity 1053 Total Time to Make 6 weeks
- 4.8 / 5.055 ReviewsChinook IPA which we call Mansfield Pond IPA!Outstanding middle of the road IPA. I’am able to brew with a constant outcome. This batch will be ready in three more weeks.May 28, 2016Love The Chinook hopLove this Chinook hop. I will definitly brew this one againMay 28, 2016May 28, 2016May 29, 2016Have never been unhappy with anything from NBAs usual great prices great items and fast shipping. Cannot complainMay 17, 2016Nice easy drinkerNice brew for a hot summer day. I've even had non craft beer drinkers try this one and they like it. Really like the Chinook hops Will brew again.May 31, 2016Good Stuff!My advice is to follow the instructions. I've tried upping the bittering addition and it did not come out as well. Its a great recipe that is best IMO at 4-6 weeks after bottling. Chinook hops are great because they are piney, spicey, and end with grapefruity flavors.February 25, 2016really nice, balanced IPAAs the product description mentions, this IPA is a little lighter/lower gravity than many versions of the style, and this blends really nicely with the flavors and aromas of the Chinook hops to produce a smooth, crisp IPA that has plenty of flavor and a solid bitterness that stays well balanced because the recipe doesn't pushing the envelope in terms of hops or strength.April 18, 2010Great IPABest IPA I will start brewing this often!!August 7, 2014Very Good IPA!Brewed on 1/16/12 with a 1.063 OG (1.053 est). Primary for two weeks at 66 degrees, secondary for two weeks at 66 degrees with a 1.009 FG (1.013 est). That's right 7.07% ABV. Kegged on 2/13/12 and served today.Nice citrus/apricot initial flavor with a smooth hops flavor and aroma. Not your typical California IPA. Very drinkable. This keg will not last long and I will definitely have to keep this on tap!February 15, 2012
- Browse 2 questions Browse 2 questions and 3 answersWhat is the correct water profile for this recipe?BEST ANSWER: I used the Pale Ale profile from the Brun' Water spreadsheet which is a free download online. You'll have to know what's in your own water unless you're using distilled water from the store.I'd like to use this kit in a 2.5 gallon - 2.5 gallon split batch. Is it possible to have the grains packaged in separate portions? I'd prefer crushed grains, is this something that can be done or all the kits pre-made? Thanks! -SteveBEST ANSWER: Unfortunately, we are not able to split the grains in our kits.
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