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NEIPA Hoppy ( juicy) - Braumeister 20L

214 calories 23.2 g 330 ml
Beer Stats
Method: BIAB
Style: Specialty IPA: New England IPA
Boil Time: 70 min
Batch Size: 21 liters (fermentor volume)
Pre Boil Size: 25 liters
Pre Boil Gravity: 1.058 (recipe based estimate)
Efficiency: 73% (brew house)
Source: AnteK
5.00 (6 Reviews)

Calories: 214 calories (Per 330ml)
Carbs: 23.2 g (Per 330ml)
Created Friday November 13th 2015
Amount Fermentable Cost PPG °L Bill %
4.50 kg German - Pilsner4.5 kg Pilsner 38 1.6 68.2%
1 kg German - Wheat Malt1 kg Wheat Malt 37 2 15.2%
800 g Flaked Oats800 g Flaked Oats 33 2.2 12.1%
150 g Rice Hulls150 g Rice Hulls 0 0 2.3%
100 g Honey Malt100 g Honey Malt 37 25 1.5%
50 g German - Acidulated Malt50 g Acidulated Malt 27 3.4 0.8%
6.6 kg / 0.00
Amount Variety Cost Type AA Use Time IBU Bill %
10 g Warrior10 g Warrior Hops Pellet 16 Boil 60 min 22.54 3.4%
5 g Amarillo5 g Amarillo Hops Pellet 8.6 Boil 5 min 0.98 1.7%
5 g Citra5 g Citra Hops Pellet 11 Boil 5 min 1.26 1.7%
5 g Galaxy5 g Galaxy Hops Pellet 14.25 Boil 5 min 1.63 1.7%
25 g Amarillo25 g Amarillo Hops Pellet 8.6 Whirlpool at 80 °C 20 min 7.86 8.6%
25 g Citra25 g Citra Hops Pellet 11 Whirlpool at 80 °C 20 min 10.06 8.6%
15 g Galaxy15 g Galaxy Hops Pellet 14.25 Whirlpool at 80 °C 20 min 7.82 5.2%
50 g Amarillo50 g Amarillo Hops Pellet 8.6 Dry Hop 5 days 17.2%
100 g Citra100 g Citra Hops Pellet 11 Dry Hop 5 days 34.5%
50 g Galaxy50 g Galaxy Hops Pellet 14.25 Dry Hop 5 days 17.2%
290 g / 0.00
Mash Guidelines
Amount Description Type Temp Time
27 L strike Temperature 55 °C --
Mash in Infusion 68 °C 90 min
Mash out Infusion 78 °C 15 min
Other Ingredients
Amount Name Cost Type Use Time
1 each Yeast Nutrient Fining Boil 15 min.
1 each Whirlfloc Water Agt Boil 15 min.
8 g Calcium Chloride (dihydrate) Water Agt Mash 1 hr.
4 g Gypsum Water Agt Mash 1 hr.
2 g Magnesium Chloride Water Agt Mash 1 hr.
Wyeast - London Ale III 1318
1 Each
Attenuation (avg):
Optimum Temp:
18 - 23 °C
Fermentation Temp:
20 °C
Pitch Rate:
0.75 (M cells / ml / ° P) 265 B cells required
0.00 Yeast Pitch Rate and Starter Calculator
Method: co2       CO2 Level: 2.25 Volumes
Target Water Profile
Ca+2 Mg+2 Na+ Cl- SO4-2 HCO3-
100 18 16 186 93 0

Mash Chemistry and Brewing Water Calculator

BIAB method for Braumeister 20l, efficiency 73/75 %
total Water: 28l.
(Hoppy NEIPA Juice, its a cloudy beer)

27l to mash / Mash PH 5.4/5.5
No sparge
Boil PH 5.2

Aerate the wort with pure oxygen or filtered air and pitch the yeast. Fermentation at 20 to 22c˚"7/10 days"

Dry Hop 22c˚ (1st Dry Hop at around 1.025/1.022
50g Amarillo, after two days put the
2nd Dry Hop for two more days”
50g Galaxy
50g Citra

Cold crash!

Purging the hops until cleaned. It usually takes 7 to 10 days.

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  • Last Updated: 2021-01-06 19:44 UTC
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AnteK 12/13/2015 at 06:16pm
5 of 5

RobertE 03/14/2017 at 10:57pm
How was the tasting of this brew?

AnteK 03/15/2017 at 01:39am
Hi Bob,
This recipe is very good, the result is a medium-bodied beer with a mild sweetness, moderate bitterness and great flavor, citrus with orange tones, passion fruit, Tangerine ...

danylp 03/21/2017 at 06:50pm
For how long did you left the keg dry hop in? Did you add it after or before carbonation? Thanks!

AnteK 03/22/2017 at 02:20am
Hi Danylp
I've already left dry hopping on the refrigerated keg for 15 days without any problems, actually after 7 days it gets very good...

AnteK 03/22/2017 at 02:24am
At 20C˚ I usually leave for 5 to 7 days.


Germainium 08/31/2017 at 05:16pm
Looking to brew this. At what point did you add in the corn sugar? Was this a boil addition or actually add it into the mash water?

AnteK 08/31/2017 at 05:19pm
Last 15/10 min. of the boil.


Germainium 09/11/2017 at 04:44pm
I brewed this weekend with same hops and slightly different amounts for each (Citra, Galaxy, Amarillo @ ~3:2:1) due to what I had in stock. On your dry-hop 1, do you pitch 5 days into fermentation? I'm debating pitching 3 days in (during ferm) for 5-7 days. Beers with this yeast have usually finished in 7-10 days for me. I'm also going to dry hop the second in the keg for the first time. Can't wait to try it! Thanks for the recipe :)

AnteK 09/11/2017 at 05:58pm
Great, I I usually make rhe deu hopping in three additions the first addition in the third day of the primary fermentation, the second add two days later and the last one after another 2 days, totaling 6 days.

AnteK 09/11/2017 at 05:59pm

inkompi 11/08/2017 at 07:50pm
Thanks for sharing this :) I've recently made the brew, but havent tasted it yet. It should soon be good to go tho :) I have one question about the recipe.
How come you choose not to sparge?

AnteK 11/08/2017 at 07:58pm
Hi Inkompi, thanks for the question.
Tell me more what's going on? Do you have Braumeister?

inkompi 11/09/2017 at 08:02am
No, I have a custom setup with bits and pieces from different places.
This is the first time I've tried a recipe that chooses not to sparge, and I wonder why you wouldnt want to sparge at the end of the mash. I guess there must be a specific reason for this?

Its been dryhopping for 6 days now and smells wonderful :)

inkompi 11/09/2017 at 01:17pm
Nvm I found quite a lot on the subject :)

AnteK 11/09/2017 at 02:28pm
I do not use sparge in my recipes because of the practicality. What is the recommendation in "single Vessels" ...
The Sparge needs another vessel to heat the water, the use of this method aims to increase production volume without losing efficiency. It is a simple washing the grains...


Jdubya518 12/19/2017 at 04:45pm
Hi Antek! I see the boil time on the recipe shows 70 minutes, but under hops it shows a total of 75 minutes (if you add up each hop, 60+5+5+5)? Typo or are you combining some of the hops during the boil? Thanks!!

AnteK 12/20/2017 at 01:01am
Thnx for your message. Total 70 min of boiling and 20 min of whirlpool hopping at 80c. This technique consists in adding the indicated hops after the boil when your wort lower the temperature to 80c, then just swirl gently until 20 minutes, after it is done just lower the temperature to 20c and put in your fermenter.

AnteK 12/20/2017 at 01:09am

Sorry, I got your question...
Put the hops together in the last 5 min ....

Jdubya518 01/17/2018 at 07:58pm
Finally made this in the Braumeister 20L and just did my first dry hop! Are you saying that the second dry hop now doesn’t happen until stable gravity? And that dry hop is 50g Galaxy and 50g Citra added to the secondary (keg)?

AnteK 01/17/2018 at 11:28pm

Hi man,

Whatever u want...

Jdubya518 02/17/2018 at 06:47pm
5 of 5

Yotaz 03/04/2018 at 02:37am
Great recipe, thanks! I will brew it tomorow :)

Can you tell me what is the PH of the NEIPA water profile please ?

Green Hell HopHead 06/13/2018 at 05:47pm
Casca de arroz, apenas para filtrar?

AnteK 07/05/2018 at 06:37pm

AnteK 07/05/2018 at 06:51pm
@Green Hell HopHead

Exato, vc pode não usar a casca, mas corre o risco grande de entupir. A casca de arroz aqui no Brasil são bem sujas, podendo dar um sabor de "couro velho" na sua cerveja... rsrs. Para evitar esse problema é precisa ferver por 3 vezes para lavar.

Plesca Mihai 07/21/2018 at 11:48am
5 of 5

hello, dry hops with bag or just simply thrown in to beer?

Xuteng 11/23/2018 at 07:42am
5 of 5

Hi,Antek.thank you for your recipe.I will try it.

DocD 07/30/2019 at 03:44pm
5 of 5

Nice to see BM recipes, copy and scaling for my 10L. Using as a base for a slightly more wheaty NEIPA.

PUGMAN 10/31/2019 at 12:55pm
Keen as.. To give this a go. Will want to do a 50L batch.

perlenbach 11/17/2019 at 04:47pm
Thanks for sharing this :) I've recently made the brew, but havent tasted it yet. It should soon be good to go tho :) I have one question about the recipe.

hundel 12/27/2020 at 03:13pm
I was surprised to see that what has become one of the most popular NEIPA recipes in public circulation specified “default” yeast. Since this is labeled as a New England IPA are you also using the New England Vermont/Conan yeast traditional to the style? Or have you cultivated your own unique strain that you’ve stored as your default yeast in the yeast bank?

AnteK 12/27/2020 at 04:27pm
Thank you for your feedback. Both water and yeast have been disabled. I just fixed it.

Ornlu 01/06/2021 at 06:23pm
Just got an email saying that this was the 3rd most popular recipe of 2020. I'm surprised then to see that it dates from 3+ years ago. Congrats!

Niall1887 04/21/2021 at 05:19am

Niall1887 04/21/2021 at 05:22am
5 of 5

This recipe is delicious. Thanks for sharing.

bowlermj 07/15/2021 at 12:24am
Whirlfloc and cold crash for an NEIPA? That seems counter-intuitive, considering those are clarifying methods, this brew is supposed to be hazy, and your photo shows a super hazy beer. Seems difficult to believe that employing whirlfloc and cold-crashing resulted in a beer of that appearance. Curious to hear the author's and other's thoughts.

SuperTuun 07/18/2021 at 03:48am
Hi, I'm from Thailand. I'm going to start doing it for the first time. Could you please tell me the details step by step. Thank you very much.

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