• Hazy IPA Home Brewing Beer Kit
  • This is our Hazy IPA after two weeks in the bottle

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Item #: K60
Our Price: $49.99
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Low Inventory - Only 2 In Stock, Will Ship On: 06/03/2020.

Description 

Our Hazy IPA is a rich IPA that looks a bit like a milkshake, and has a rich hop flavor imparted by 8 ounces of pellet hops that are steeped after the boil. Traditional IPA bitterness is almost non existent, replaced by a pungent hop bouquet and deep hop flavor. Hops include 2 oz. each of Lemondrop, El Dorado, Calypso, and Denali (hop choices may vary depending on availability).  Alcohol: 7%, IBU's 60.

Includes 8 pounds of blended malt extract, 1 pound of beet sugar, 4 steeping hop additions (8 oz. total), 125 ml of liquid yeast, and corn sugar for carbonation. Makes 5 gallons with a starting gravity of at least 1.068. Ease of Brewing: Beginner,

Click to download the instructions in pdf format.

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by Eric
on 5/22/2020
from Florida
Best value!
This kit is a great value as it comes with 8 ounces of great hops. Also a Smack Pack of Wyeast. The recipe calls for all 8 ozs to steep at 180 degrees. I did modify the hop additions. I wanted a little more bitter and not as juicy.  I actually spaced out the additions and boiled 3 ozs. Steeped 4, and dry hopped 1. Turned out great!
by Chuck B
on 5/17/2019
from Arizona
Pow! Best Beer yet
Wow, 1 week after bottling, I couldn't wait. It's got a head, nice legs, hazy, and best Williams Brewing ale I have ever made since the early 90s.  Better than any hazy from the store, and I've had a lot.  I think the only thing better was fresh from Russian River in Cal, right from the brewery, and Heady Topper from Vermont.  Yummers!
Thanks, Williams!  Bring us some CIDER some day!
by Ken Byington
on 4/29/2019
from Michigan
Might try a different hop schedule
It's definitely hazy and pretty true to the style (why can't west coast brewers say New England IPA?)  Drinking a bottle after 9 days in the bottle and it is maybe a little lemony.  Might try a dry hop using Citra and Simcoe in addition to the kit hops.  All in all a pretty good example of the style.
by Jeffrey Salter
on 4/22/2019
from Calabash, NC
Great taste
This brew was easy to do, and finished product lived up to the description. Great taste, good mouth feel, and great finish.
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Mark
5/10/2020 6:12:59 PM
What are the yeast options with this kit? Is yeast included?
Wyeast 1318 is included with this kit.
Robert Hagenbuch Jr
4/11/2020 4:58:42 PM
I asked the wrong question about the hazy IPA. AFTER steeping the hops for 20 minutes, do I remove them?
The pellets settle out when you turn the wort chiller on and chill the wort. Then you transfer out of your pot with a valve leaving most of the hops behind.
Ken
2/2/2020 9:56:29 AM
Can this recipe be done with boiling 2.5 gals of water and adding cool water before pitching yeast, to bring it to the 5 gal mark? I am limited with kettle size and don't have the ability to boil 5 gals. but would like to try this recipe.
It could, but the finished beer will be darker and might have a slightly different hop character. When you boil a concentrated boil, there is more heat in contact with the malt and sugar compounds, and more browning occurs during the boil.
Kevin
1/15/2020 10:11:27 AM
What extracts make up the blended malt extract in this kit?
It uses our Lager malt.
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