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West Coast IPA (5.25 US Gal) Extract Kit with Specialty Grains
West Coast IPA Malt Extract Home brew Beer Recipe Kits for brewing your own beer. Want to learn how to homebrew? Comes with complete instructions and beer ingredients. Extract beer kits use high quality, fresh ingredients for best results. Homebrew Supply
 
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West Coast IPA (5.25 US Gal) Extract Kit with Specialty Grains



The American IPA started out on the West Coast for the access to citrusy, grapefruit, and pine flavoured hops. That was decades ago, and now the style is among the most popular craft beer styles. And for good reason. Amazing bright hops lead to a vast array of juicy hop flavours and bitterness. Also a style served best fresh, and you can't get any fresher than brewing your own!


Est. ABV: 6.5% | Est. IBU: 68 | Recipe & Instructions

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  0 of 0 people found the following review helpful:
 
Great IPA and hop additions friendly November 22, 2018
Reviewer: Thor from Edmonton  
Like others, I added a few more hops (Chinook and Columbus) and it turned out great! Rave reviews from my friends and family

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A Modern Day Hoppy IPA (just add more hops too) May 7, 2018
Reviewer: Blackhawks from Calgary, AB Canada  
This is an awesome WC-IPA kit! A good take on a modern hop-friendly IPA. I bought more hops and changed the recipe a little. I diluted the 9 lbs of LME to make 7 gallons in the fermentor giving me about 4.5% alcohol. 1 oz Columbus @ 60min, 3 oz Chinook hopstand @ 5 min and 190F, 3 oz Centennial hopstand @ 5 min and 190F with a calculated 48 IBU. 2 oz Centennial dryhop @ 7 days for aroma. I did this all without fully researching my hops  - Chinook is known to be a little grassy/pungent so next time I will only use 2 oz Chinook. And I will try 6.5 gallons giving me about 4.8% alcohol and IBU of 47.

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  2 of 2 people found the following review helpful:
 
Great IPA March 20, 2015
Reviewer: Anonymous Person  
Very hoppy IPA, hop taste lingers and finishes with a nice citrus flavour. Dry hopped with 1oz citra for 6 days and it came out great!

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Freinds enjoy February 25, 2015
Reviewer: Brandon from Kitchener, ON  
Picked up on a deal of the day with TYB vermont yeast strain, come out nicely 81% attenition, close to 70ibus, did do a hopstand with Columbus hops and a 4 day dry hop with Columbus as well, im pleased first time really doing a obk kit to the way they ask, good stuff

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WCIPA January 2, 2015
Reviewer: Max from Ottawa  
Dry hopped this baby with Amarillo and Citra.  Flavorfull to say the least.  Used California yeast.  Perfect combo. I alway keep comming back to this one !



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