Ladies Day IPA Brewing On Saturday

By scot in Home Brewing on Thursday, January 7th, 2010

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Hard to believe but this is already my third batch of beer that I will be brewing. This and the last both being of my own recipe after a little bit of research and advice. The first beer was form a Brewers Best kit. It has been a huge hit and I am down to only six bombers of beer. My second, Pot Licker, a chocolate milk stout, has been in bottles three weeks now and I am getting ancy to give it a try. It will probably be my drink of choice while brewing Ladies Day.

The names of my beers come from my experiences as a caddy while growing up. air jordan 6 femmes So Ladies Day was going to actually be called Cunty Day but my wife gave the veto. This was the affactionate name us caddies gave to Tuesday, which was ladies day. In my experience, ladies took longer on the course, were more demanding, could be bitches, and were hugely cheap. So there was really no reason to want to caddy for them, thus Cunty Day nicely cleaned up to Ladies Day. I guess it is a man thing.

The recipe is, in my opinion, much simplier than Pot Licker.

  • 6.00 pounds light dry malt extract
  • 0.75 pounds Crystal 60L
  • 0.50 pounds Crystal 40L
  • 2.00 ounces Centenial (bittering and aroma)
  • 1.00 ounce Simcoe (aroma)
  • 1.00 ounce Armillo (dry hop)

I am currently working on recipes for black ipa, hefeweizen, and double ipa. Enjoy!

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