Lights Out Black IPA Extract Recipe Pack

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Black as night but refreshing citrus ale driven by powerful Citra, Galena and Amarillo hops. Aroma is mostly toasted malts, coffee and citrus notes. Taste is hoppy bitterness with notes of malt, coffee, grapefruit hint and touch of liquorice. Crushed dark malts, 3kg Light Dried malt extract. Choice of Yeast - Liquid yeast must be refrigerated. This recipe pack will give you approx 18 litres of 6% ABV beer and comes with full instructions. This kit used the Extract brewing technique which requires a large pan (ideally 15 litres) and boiling of the liquid.
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Lights Out Black IPA Extract Recipe Pack
Lights Out Black IPA Extract Recipe Pack
Black as night but refreshing citrus ale driven by powerful Citra, Galena and Amarillo hops. Aroma is mostly toasted malts, coffee and citrus notes. Taste is hoppy bitterness with notes of malt, coffee, grapefruit hint and touch of liquorice. Crushed dark malts, 3kg Light Dried malt extract. Choice of Yeast This recipe pack will give you approx 18 litres of 6% ABV beer and comes with full instructions. This kit used the Extract brewing technique which requires a large pan (ideally 15 litres) and boiling of the liquid.

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  1. 100%
    Worked out well

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    Iv made 4 partial grain and extract beers so far and this one has turned out the best. Kit was good, instructions good, plenty of hops. Bottled, conditioned and tasted it's a very pleasant BIPA. Will order again.
  2. 80%
    Potentially great beer but with reservations on the instructions.

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    I had really enjoyed the Stove Toppers version of this beer so I thought I would try an extract version (my first extract attempt). There were a couple of issues that might help those trying for the first time.
    1) Clumping. If you add dried extract to hot water is clumps badly. I had clumps the size of my fist and they proved difficult to get rid of. So I suggest working out a way to dissove the DME in cold water before adding and boiling. I am working on another brew at the moment and found that a kitchen blender helped with smaller clumps.
    2) I cooled the boiled wart down to 20C but realised that since I would be adding cold water this was unnecessary - it just made the fermentation slow to start as the final mix became too cold.
    3) Under-primed. The beer resulted in being seriously under-primed by using the amounts recommended in the instructions. I would normally use abount twice the amount. I checked this with the amounts recommeded in both Hughes' and Palmers' books. I wonder if this was a misprint in the instructions.
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