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denny

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https://www.experimentalbrew.com/podcast/brew-files-episode-57-old-school-triple-ipa

The Brew is Out There! 

For some February is all about chocolate, but for the hop obsessed, February is all about the sweet, sweet bitterness of Pliny the Younger. If you don't live in an area that gets the limited shipments of Younger or you just don't want to wait in line, we've got you covered with Craig Shapland's amazing "Old School Triple IPA" that he's refined over the years with new ingredients and techniques. Sit back, it's time to get bitter!

Old School Triple IPA Recipe - https://www.experimentalbrew.com/recipes/old-school-triple-ipa
 
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Just looked at the recipe, anyone got nearly a spare kilo of hops for an 11 (US) gallon brew? I'm gonna listen to this at the weekend to see what its all about.
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 Its an interesting recipe, I wouldn't mind trying it but I dont want 11 gallon, ill catch this pod cast eventually im still a year or so behind.

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The brewer makes a good point tho - he can brew 11 us gallons of his triple IPA for in the region of £75  - assuming he could ever do the impossible and lay hands on the equivalent of 11 gallons of Plinney, it would set him back 3 - 4x as much to buy.....
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