I'm aiming to make a Mango Session IPA because my daughter says she really likes Mango Unchained, a beer by Shindigger, a Manchester 'brewery' that hires brewery time to make its beers.
I am not aiming to clone that beer and they don't provide any info that I can find anyway. I have found the simple extract plus grains recipe below for a 6.8% mango IPA.
I'm basically going to scale this back to about 1046, use base malt and extract, maybe add some carapils/oats, use Riwaka instead of Mosaic (I don't have any Mosaic), and Liberty Bell which is the new name for the Burton Union yeast.
This will hopefully be my first kegged beer.:
OG: 1.067 FG: 1.015 Approx ABV: 6.8% IBUs: 70
130g (4.4%) Caramalt - Thomas Fawcett
2kg (67.1%) LME Briess Golden Light
0.85kg (28.5%) Mango Chunks
10g Herkules 48.5 IBUs @ 60 mins
50g Mosaic 22.3 IBUs @ End of Boil
10g Mangrove Jacks M79 (Burton Union) or Safale s04
Add crushed & bagged grains into 10L of water, heat to 65C and hold for 30 mins whilst stirring the grains. Remove grain, add LME and boil for 1hr. Take off the heat, rest for 30mins and chill wort to approx 50C.
FERMENTATION & FINISHING:
Transfer to fermenter, aerate wort, pitch yeast and Ferment at ale Temperatures (18-20C). Once complete transfer to secondary on top of crushed mango, mix and leave for 1 week.