I was just up in Vermont a week ago and sampled many interesting beers, including a couple that were collaborations between the Alchemist and Lawson’s. A particularly intriguing beer was called a Session IPA. It was 4% ABV, but the hops gave it a really great flavor. Nice, citrusy, bitter, but not too bitter.
So, of course I want to try something like this. Here’s what I’ve come up with as a recipe:
8.5 lbs 2 Row
.5 lbs Munich
1 oz. Simcoe @ 60
1/2 oz. Cascade @ 15
1/2 oz. Cascade @ 0
iBrewmaster tells me OG 1.041, FG 1.010 for an ABV 0f 4.06.
IBUs are 54.14
Probably should dry hop as well.