Dead Ringer® IPA 1 Gallon Extract Recipe Kit

$14.99

SKU# 1G03

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Dead Ringer® is an homage to a benchmark of the American IPA style that’s brewed in Michigan. American base malt and crystal malt create the big body and supporting grainy sweetness, while charge after charge of 100% Centennial hops deliver pronounced bitterness with a dominant citrus aroma and flavor. In the glass you get a pale amber color, hop intensity and malt density - substance with the soul of a session beer. This IPA recipe kit has been a customer favorite for over a decade.
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Dead Ringer IPA 1 Gallon

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Dead Ringer® is a larger-than-life American IPA beer kit with a hop aroma so thick you can almost see it. American base malt and crystal malt create the big body and supporting grainy sweetness, while charge after charge of 100% Centennial hops deliver pronounced bitterness with a dominant citrus aroma and flavor. In the glass you get a pale amber color, hop intensity and malt density - substance with the soul of a session beer. This IPA recipe kit has been a customer favorite for a decade

Dead Ringer® is an homage to a benchmark of the American IPA style that’s brewed in Michigan. 

Additional Information
Beer Kit Yield1 Gallon
Recipe and InstructionsClick Here for Dead Ringer® IPA 1 Gallon Extract Recipe Kit Brewing Instructions
Regional StyleUSA
Original GravityNo
Total Time to MakeNo
Reviews
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Delicious IPA
Came out around 5%. Very good.
November 19, 2015
Great!
I made it as soon as I came in and it is very delicious! I plan on buying it again!
November 9, 2015
Dead ringer IPA
Turned out great. Northern Brewer shipped it quickly. Will be brewing this one again in the near future.
March 24, 2016
IPA
Haven't drank it yet. I brewed it and while boiling in the kettle it smelled great. I tasted it before bottling and it did taste pretty good for not being even done. I think this is going to be one great brew. :)
January 21, 2014
Dead Ringer is dead on
Well done kit. Easy and still very good. This was the 3rd extract kit I've tried and it's my best! Thanks Northern Brewer for getting me hooked on homebrew.
March 16, 2014
Great IPA
This turned out to be a terrific IPA. Very hoppy but not over-the-top like many others out there. A little bitter at first but well balanced after some aging. Don't age too long or the hop aroma will start to disappear.
December 11, 2014
Always a great IPA. I
Always a great IPA. I have made it many times and everyone asks for more !
March 6, 2016
Great IPA
This is a great ipa that brews up well.
March 1, 2016
My first brew
A great kit for a first brew!
September 29, 2013
Smells GREAT!
Brewed this batch about a week ago, and so far its fermenting nicely. and Omg.... did this smell soo good to brew, nothing is better than some centennial hops
December 24, 2013
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What are the steeping grains that come in the kit, and in what amount?
P H on Aug 18, 2016
BEST ANSWER: That would be Northern Brewers proprietary blend.
Including the cellophane packaging it weighs just under
80 grams.
So I just had my first bottle this past Friday, and it had what I could best describe as a "spice" taste to it. Cannot make out anything specific, but most reviews seem to indicate there should a citrus note, which I did not pick up.had 2 weeks in primary and a bit over a week in secondary, then 2 weeks in the bottle. Drank the day after it went in the fridge. Anyone else come across this, does it sound like I did something wrong?
H E on Apr 25, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Still a little early to judge. Give the bottles a little more time and the beer will keep getting better and better. I personally get no citrus, but instead pine and lemon. Cheers!
What should the FG reading be for the one gallon kit
M A on Apr 11, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Your FG ought to be close to 1.013-1.017, right in this range. The lower the better. -Mike W, Northern Brewer
What's the ABV
M A on Mar 15, 2016
BEST ANSWER: The exact ABV will vary based on the conditions of your boil and fermentation. However, you can expect 6-7%
How many ounces of grain are in the kit?
A N on Oct 12, 2015
BEST ANSWER: I'm unable to measure in ounces. But the grains come in a ziplock bag. A handful if grains. Almost same size as the pumpkin ale kit.
Can I double this recipe and follow same steps & timing? I didn't see 2 gallon brew kits..
W I on Aug 9, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Yes, you can. If you have a larger fermenter, etc, you can surely do a double batch. -Mike W, Northern Brewer
What's the Final Gravity of the 1 gallon batch
M A on Apr 11, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Your FG ought to be close to 1.013-1.017, right in this range. The lower the better. -Mike W, Northern Brewer
Received my Dead Ringer IPA today ... Not brewing until Sunday... Should I freeze the hops until then and if so do I thaw them before the boil
M A on Mar 29, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Refrigerating them until then will be fine.
All these 1 gal kits that steep grains all say "10mins while heating up the water". Is there a MAX temp not to exceed while doing this step? Is there a target temp where this 10 min steep would be best at? Is due to not getting complicated for first time brewers?
J U on Dec 13, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Hello Justin,

Thank you for choosing Northern Brewer! Those grains should not be steeped above 170F. Temperatures above this threshold can extract tannins from the grain husk and add an astringent flavor to your beer. The optimal temperature for steeping the grains would be 145-165F based on typical mashing temperatures. I hope that this helps clarify things, have a wonderful day!

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