10 O'Clock IPA

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10_OClockIPA.JPGOn July 20th, at 10 PM I finished my first attempt at all grain brewing. It came out with a Piney arouma, good mouthful, and nice hop character. My mash temps were a little low so it lacks a little of the body I would have liked it to have. I had expected a really big IPA and was a bit disappointed when I poured the first draft. But all in all it's really pretty decent for my first shot at it. Unfortunately I lost my notes, I still have the recipe I grabbed off of Homebrew Talk, but I had played with the grain bill a bit, and can't remember what I did. Here is the recipe I started with:

Batch Size (Gallons): 5
Original Gravity: 1.055
11.5 lbs Pale Malt (2row)
1 Lbs Crystal 10L
1 Lbs Munich Malt
1oz Chinook - Bittering
1oz Cascade - Finishing
1oz Centennial Dry Hopping

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