Fresh Squished IPA All Grain Beer Recipe Kit
Dripping with vivid flavors, Fresh Squished is the beer equivalent of visiting your local fruit stand. Packed with quality ingredients, this mouth-watering IPA recipe kit combines tantalizing aromas of grapefruit, melon, berries, lime and passion fruit that drizzle into a faint herbal, piney background. The sturdy malt foundation of sweet crystal malts and toasty Munich unites with almost indulgent levels of Citra and Mosaic hops to achieve remarkable balance. Pale copper in color, Fresh Squished is overlaid by a fluffy, rich beige foam cap, allowing the juicy aromas to burst forth and enhance every sip.
- Style: Pale IPA
- Fermentation Range: 65 - 70F
- OG: 1.064
- SRM: 10
- IBUs: 65
- ABV: 6.6%
- Aroma: Clean malt notes with a hint of toasty Munich, prominent berry, citrus and tropical fruit
- Appearance: Deep orange color with firm off-white foam head
- Flavor: Fairly bitter with dominant flavors of melon, passionfruit and grapefruit, just enough malt character to balance
- Mouthfeel: Medium body with moderate creaminess
- Overall Impression: A very well balanced IPA showcasing the flavors and aromas of Citra and Mosaic hops
|Total Time to Make||6 weeks|
|Beer Recipe Kit Instructions||Click here for recipe kit instructions|
Nice and malty, citrusy juicy hops. I added 2oz El Dorado hops to the keg. Great beer!
This is not going to last long in the keg! Goes down real easy. Nice malt backbone which supports the juicy hops. Will definitely be making this again!
Love this recipe so far. Only modification I made was a little extra citra (+2oz) and amarillo (+2oz) during the dry hop. Blind tested next to Bells 2 Hearted and this easily beats it. It has a complex, melon character which is a nice change of pace with all the citrus-oriented IPAs. Also has a caramel backbone and I like the darker color as a change of pace. Definitely worth brewing.
Definitely make again
I was highly impressed with this one. Turned out really well. Excellent west coast style IPA and definitely one I'll do again. Recommend cold crashing any of these hoppy brews - makes a world of difference in bottling or kegging.