piny and hazy IPA

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  1. oliver

    oliver Well-Known Member

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    I want to do a piny wheat IPA, cloud it up too, I'm wondering if my recipe will be too much pine, and if I should sub in some citrus somewhere.

    Using only Simcoe and Chinook for a 3 gallon boil, 2.25gal batch size.
    1oz Simcoe @ 15
    1oz Chinook @ 5

    1oz Simcoe @ Whirlpool
    1oz Chinook @ Whirlpool

    1oz Simcoe DH @ 4 days
    1oz Chinook DH @ 2 days.


    ( 60% 2-row, 20% White Wheat, 20% Torrified Wheat )
     
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    thunderwagn Well-Known Member

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    I've had an American style wheat with all simcoe and it was delicious (if you're simcoe fan).
    I am a bit curious why so much torrified wheat?
     
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    takes the place of flaked wheat.

    Does doubling the amount of piney type hops present any issues, like overly piney bitterness?
     
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    I like it...Maybe throw in some Columbus to smooth out the bite from the Chinook. Simcoe is the best and it'll give you some big fruit to top off the pineyness.
     
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    Why haze? If it's only for the optics, throw a tablespoon or two of cornstarch into the boil. The wheat may or may not create haze, depending on your mash process.
     
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    haze just because i harvested 4 pints of White Labs London Fog from a previous IPA, and i want to keep it going for the foreseeable future. I enjoy how that IPA came out, i'd like all of my IPAs to be that way.
     
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    Because the hazecraze is real. The entirety of NEIPA popularity is wheat/oat haze. It sounds pretty good to me. I am a fan of piney hops so i think it would be an interesting take on the hazy IPA.
     
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    Try dry hopping during high krasuen for haze. I usually dry hop on day 2 of fermentation. Something to do with the biotransformation.
     

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