Amounts seem slightly high but not by much. My city water's fairly close to RO.
I use EZ water calculator to tell me how much to add to the mash and how much to add to the boil, by entering the mash water and sparge water amounts to the spreadsheet. They don't add up to 20 (only about 16) so that's likely it. I don't treat all of my water as one.
Link Posted: Thu Aug 25, 2016 4:14 am Post subject:
So I realized last minute I didn't order any Columbus Hops. That said, I checked the Ruthless Rye ingredients list and they don't list Columbus...but Equinox is there and I've got a couple oz of it. Never used it before...so I think I might give it a whirl! I'll let you know how it goes folks.
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Link Posted: Thu Sep 29, 2016 12:37 pm Post subject:
i too brewed this recently, kegged on last wednesday. this was the first keg where i used the burst carbonation method and was drinking it only 30 hours later. it was certainly drinkable but has gotten smoother over the last week.
Link Posted: Mon Nov 07, 2016 3:04 am Post subject:
Just sampled mine - my cold crash didn't work so hot so it a bit cloudy, but wow. I love it. Has some spice to it (maybe from the rye and the Equinox I used?), a nice bitterness throughout but not overpowering to any extent, a nice finish and the grapefruit aroma from the dry hops. I've never had a Rye IPA before but I'll be making this again for sure!
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