Low Speed Chase

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  1. Craigerrr

    Craigerrr Well-Known Member

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    There is a craft brewer in Niagara Falls New York, Brickyard Brewing, their 6.5% NEIPA is called White Bronco, it is a beauty. I don't think that the name was in reference to OJ's white Bronco, but I decided to work up a recipe for a session NEIPA named "Low Speed Chase. I have posted about Collective Arts "Hazy State", it is a 4.1% NEIPA. Lots of Hop flavor and aroma, which is what I am going for.
    Whatcha all think?
    https://www.brewersfriend.com/homebrew/recipe/view/957937/low-speed-chase
     
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    I should mention that the "7 day dry hop" will be added during active fermentation, the "4 day addition" will be a few days before cold crashing.
     
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    looks like a pretty typical hop flavor and close to what every company was serving for a NEIPA IPA at the GAF last year, I loved it at first but grew tired if the same flavor over and over from different vendors, I'm sure it will be good, good luck
     
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    The hops, water treatment and IBUs look spot on. My first reaction was to the nearly 40% flaked grains. But I’m not that familiar with NEIPA recipes. They vary considerably. You can for sure count on this one staying hazy. Cheers. :)
     
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    Looks delicious I'd go more sulphate to chloride but that me can't wait to see the end result Craig.:)
     
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    Thanks for the input, rebrew of a BIPA is up next, but this one will follow.
    Ben
    The sulphate to chloride ratio is supposed to contribute to a sustainable haze.
     
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    I don't refute that and to be honest I've not tried any brews with higher chloride/sulphate rates.
    I just find I like my brew water with higher sulphate levels.
    I've seen the beers and recipies you've made recently and obviously you've got a better grasp on the NEIPA style water profile for sure.
    Interesting beer name too
     
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