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IPA Partial Mash Recipe input

Anyone like to critique this recipe? I also plan on dryhopping. I harvested some yeast from two bottles of Bell’s Oberon and it is going nicely. Thanks, Jay

35.9 % 3.00 American Two-row Pale 16.7 1.1
12.0 % 1.00 American Six-row Pale 5.3 0.4
35.9 % 3.00 Amber Dry Malt Extract 27.0 7.5
4.2 % 0.35 Canadian Honey Malt 1.6 1.8
12.0 % 1.00 Honey 5.3 0.3
8.35 55.7
Hops
% Wt Weight (oz) Hop Form AA% AAU Boil Time Utilization IBU
25.0 % 1.00 Centennial Pellet 10.5 10.5 60 0.051 53.2
25.0 % 1.00 Centennial Pellet 10.5 10.5 20 0.018 19.0
50.0 % 2.00 Centennial Pellet 10.5 21.0 5 0.009 19.0
4.00 91.1

MASH SCHEDULE: SINGLE INFUSION
Sacch’ Rest: 152° F for 60 minutes
Mashout: 170° F for 10 minutes

[quote=“jayjensen”]Anyone like to critique this recipe? I also plan on dryhopping. I harvested some yeast from two bottles of Bell’s Oberon and it is going nicely. Thanks, Jay
35.9 % 3.00 American Two-row Pale 16.7 1.1
12.0 % 1.00 American Six-row Pale 5.3 0.4
35.9 % 3.00 Amber Dry Malt Extract 27.0 7.5
4.2 % 0.35 Canadian Honey Malt 1.6 1.8
12.0 % 1.00 Honey 5.3 0.3
8.35 55.7
Hops
% Wt Weight (oz) Hop Form AA% AAU Boil Time Utilization IBU
25.0 % 1.00 Centennial Pellet 10.5 10.5 60 0.051 53.2
25.0 % 1.00 Centennial Pellet 10.5 10.5 20 0.018 19.0
50.0 % 2.00 Centennial Pellet 10.5 21.0 5 0.009 19.0
4.00 91.1
MASH SCHEDULE: SINGLE INFUSION
Sacch’ Rest: 152° F for 60 minutes
Mashout: 170° F for 10 minutes[/quote]

Any special reason for the 6-row? Other then that it looks okay to me.

Why amber extract? Use the lightest you can find. If you want the beer darker or sweeter, then use specialty malts in your mash.

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