Sucker Brook IPA

Blackberry, Honey and Hops

by Myles pellegrini

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This IPA will marry the playful sweetness of honey with the bold tartness of blackberries. Inspired by Webster Lake, New Hampshire, the Sucker Brook IPA looks to create the atmosphere of a lazy day on the lake. Combining blackberries and honey manifests in a contrasting yet subtly pleasing taste pallete.

Recipe Details

Scaled down so you can brew your own 5 gallon batch
Special ingredients
  • 4#s Blackberries pureed @ Secondary
  • 1.5# Honey @ Boil
Yeast
  • US-05
Malt bill
  • 83% Vienna Goldpils
  • 7% Caramunich 60L
  • 10% Wheat Malt
Boil time
  • 90
Hop regimen
  • CTZ @ 90 (50 IBUs)
  • Cluster @ 30 (15 IBUs)
  • 1oz ea Centennial and Citra @ WP
  • 1oz ea Centennial and Citra @ Dry Hop
Gravity
  • 16.5P/2.5P
IBU
  • 65
ABV
  • 7.7%
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